Risk identification only works if everyone is truly engaged--not just participating, but engaged fully as if an owner of the activity. Read how one healthcare expert managed to bring together a wide range of diverse, talented groups to quickly achieve a potentially complicated end goal.
How can you make sure your work is of high quality? Presenter Bruce Harpham will discuss how to leverage the quality best practices from health care and other industries in project work. These practices will set you apart from others and speed your career advancement.
Today’s health care environment has created a series of challenges for hospitals and added a level of pressure and demands to administrators, middle level leaders and front line care givers that can wear out the whole team. Where does one start if they want to keep everyone engaged and mindful of each interaction and touch point they have with patients each and everyday.
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Project management skills can also be applied to improve the quality of care when you or your loved ones are a patient. Use this tracking template to help you keep track of patient medications and essential information. For more advice, see < href=http://www.projectmanagement.com/articles/290312/The-Patient-as-a-Project--Optimizing-Your-Healthcare-Experience>The Patient as a Project Part 1 and Part 2.
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Your company environment, that is. Not all efforts to reduce paper are one-size-fits-all, and will depend on the front-and-center goals of the organization.
For any meeting--such as those using method or adaptive agendas that require steps, materials or supplies to be used--a process agenda is critical to your success. The process agenda provides the “how” of a meeting, whereby the meeting agenda itself defines the “what”. Get some help in the concluding installment of our three-part series.
As our series continues to help you alleviate meeting madness, we talk about the various types of meetings we attend and how the agenda format should take the meeting purpose into account--and how nearly all meetings can be grouped into one of four categories.
Healthcare organizations are facing many challenges and opportunities pertaining to healthcare IT use. These challenges are an initial step toward a bigger transformational opportunity to improve healthcare quality, and make a meaningful impact on revenue and--above all--patient care. Enter the Physician Champion...
As project managers we are often asked to attend “urgent” meetings on short notice. More times than not, these meetings are poorly run, inadequately attended, stray off topic and include too many topics to manage in the period allotted. Life does not have to be this way.
While preoccupied with a work project that was causing stress, this doctor was able to put things in perspective from a source she wasn't expecting PM advice from: her mother.
Continuing her look at the patient as a project, Elvina opens up her "jet pack" of tools to share with us. Based on her own personal experience, it has become a literal life saver in the most important project of all.
"Quality" is one of the most heavily used words in advertising and management. Like any popular concept, quality is in danger of losing its distinct contribution due to overuse. In the world of project management, robust quality management has a vital role to play. Let’s consider a few of the recent advances in the art and science of quality management...
As healthcare project managers, you often manage projects that directly impact patients and the quality of their care. Fortunately, project management skills can also be applied to improve the quality of care when you or your loved ones are a patient. Here are some factors to consider when managing the patient as a project.
Technology is revolutionizing how we work--and it’s not just Big Data. Here are the five technology trends that will influence how you manage projects in the years to come.
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