Case Analysis: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Introduction This proposal describes what I, as the newly-appointed CEPO at Beth Israel Deaconess (BID) Medical Center, propose as the organization’s roadmap for change. The proposal consists of a (a) description and analysis of the existing problems, (b) solutions that are aligned with my diagnosis, and (c) a change management agenda. A brief conclusion will summarize the lessons learned and point the way forward for BID. Description and Analysis of BID Problems BID’s problems began at the very beginning of the institution, i.e., when it was formed as a merger between Beth Israel and Deaconess in 1996. At the time, the organizer of the merger—Partners Healthcare System—attempted to...The end:
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