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Strategic Planning and Growth

Welcome to the National Jewish Health Strategic Planning Process site!

Why is National Jewish Health Focused on Strategic Planning and Growth?

National Jewish Health is committed to advancing innovation in health care to positively impact the lives of our patients, our communities, the nation and the world. As part of the National Jewish Health mission, we aim to build upon our strengths, grow clinical services, research, teaching activities, and further our commitment to the people we serve. To guide our growth, we are now looking to our internal leaders and staff, our dedicated board members and national trustees, as well as esteemed members of our communities and other stakeholders to join us in a strategic planning process that will open and guide a path to future growth.

Who will be the Strategic Planning Partner?

National Jewish Health has selected Guidehouse, a global consulting firm with expertise in strategic planning for health systems nationwide, to assist us as we review, explore and refresh the organization’s Strategic Plan

Guidehouse provides advisory, digital, and managed services expertise to clients across the globe. Their clients include hospitals, health systems, academic medical centers, government agencies, life sciences and retail companies, and payers.  Comprised of clinicians, data scientists, analysts, public sector and provider administrators, and other experts with decades of strategy, funding, policy, revenue cycle, digital and retail health, managed, care and managed services experience, Guidehouse has the experience and expertise to help us consider and review all factors as we seek a path of growth for the future.

What is the timeline and process?

National Jewish Health will engage over the next several months to collaboratively develop and crystallize the National Jewish Health vision for the future. National Jewish Health with Guidehouse will conduct supporting data analyses, interview key stakeholders and synthesize opportunities, challenges and solutions.

Along with the National Jewish Health Board of Directors, a dedicated steering committee and focused subcommittees will convene throughout the planning process to provide direction, review, iterate, synthesize and ultimately approve the comprehensive strategic plan. The target for completion is spring 2024.

How can you participate?