Three steps to integrate philanthropy in system strategy and planning

    As hospitals and health systems continue to face unprecedented revenue pressure, health care leaders are turning to philanthropy to support a broader array of needs. Philanthropy leaders need to deliberately align fundraising and health system strategies to meet rapidly evolving expectations.

    To support your alignment with your hospital or health system, we've collected our best resources on strategic integration in one place. Below, you'll find best practices, implementation tools, and guidance on these three essential steps to hardwire philanthropy into your hospital or health system's strategic objectives and planning processes:

    1. Gain or strengthen executive commitment to philanthropy
    2. Set realistic performance and contribution goals for philanthropy
    3. Align fundraising activities with the health system's strategic priorities

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