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SWOT matrix. Internal/external and negative/positive key factors and items identified.

SWOT matrix. Internal/external and negative/positive key factors and items identified.

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Background: Risk management in healthcare institutions begins by first identifying the potential risks within a certain organization or specific area and then goes on to develop further strategies to reduce harm. The most common tool for this type of analysis is Strengths–Weaknesses–Opportunities–Threats (SWOT). Methods: We conducted a SWOT analys...

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... SWOT matrix: We identified the program's internal factors (Weaknesses and Strengths) and external factors (Threats and Opportunities), arranging them in a matrix (Fig. ...

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... The SWOT analysis of hospitals in Indonesia is similar, for example in Tangerang Hospital (Wiyanto et al., 2018) and Barito Hospital, South Kalimantan (Wijaya & Dharmmesta, 2011)general factor oriented and geographically distinct. SWOT analysis among hospitals outside Indonesia is directed at specialized services, for example, careers for chronic diseases (Giusti et al., 2020) and pediatric (Eizaga Rebollar et al., 2020). ...
... Hospitals outside Indonesia strategic analysis is not carried out on large organizations such as hospitals, but is carried out on specific services owned and even shows the latest services to be provided. Thus, the factor strategy analysis in IFAS and EFAS is also different (Niederwieser et al., 2016;Chilaka & Ndioho, 2019;Eizaga Rebollar et al., 2020;Bora et al., 2020;Paramalingam et al., 2020;Thajer et al., 2020). The differences in strategy analysis at the organizational level and factors in IFAS and EFAS will inevitably result in different strategies and efforts. ...
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... Besides, every academic teacher conducting teaching at the emergency medicine faculty, bachelor's degrees (N-76), (6th semester) was required to prepare a creative education plan for the period from March 15 to May 15, 2020. One of the solutions proposed by academic teachers was the use of the SWOT analysis, a popular heuristic technique for organizing and analyzing information [2][3][4][5]. The approach was taken that the SWOT analysis gives a valuable analytical result when taking each of the three mentioned approaches, provided that it is used consistently and consciously. ...
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