A Review of the Use of Strategic Management Tools in the HealthSector
Keywords:strategic management, medical, strategic, tools, environment factors
This paper is a review and study of various research related to tools of strategic, and factors that influence
both of internal and external strategic in medical facilities research. The purpose of the review is to explore
and connecting theories from various research. This paper identified 51 articles with related topics published
the last decade. The results of this study that research related to implementation tools of strategic in health
facilities still rarely. The use of SWOT (strengths weaknesses opportunities threats) analysis is the most
popular tool used (42.86%), followed by Break-even analysis (28.56%), Balanced scorecard (BSC) and PEST
(political, economic, socio-cultural, technology) each (14.29%). Based on the analysis of environmental
factors related to internal factors in the health facility amount of 33.33%. External environmental factors in
health facilities that have been studied amounted to 66.66%. Based on the summary of research related to
internal and external, it is known that industry environment factors and rivalry environment factors are still
rarely studied. The general environmental factors of demography and epidemiology are still rare studies and
have the opportunity to be researched and developed.
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