A manager was suffering through a “project” in crisis--but it was not a project that he was managing at his office. The project is crisis was himself. Despite having three decades of project experience, he didn't have a risk response plan at the ready. That's when his project manager brain got to work...
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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Untoward stress on a PM is like the attack of a virus on the brain. For the PM to be able to focus on the project objectives and make timely and informed decisions for the benefit of the project, team, organization and client, he or she needs to be in the optimal frame of mind.
Drawing a parallel between clinical medicine and project management, the first part of this series introduced the concept of team health and the applicability of physical exam techniques to team management. As our series concludes, we explore the last of four techniques: auscultation.
Drawing a parallel between clinical medicine and project management, the first part of this series introduced the concept of team health and the applicability of physical exam techniques to team management. As our series continues, we explore the third of four techniques: percussion.
Drawing a parallel between clinical medicine and project management, the first part of this series introduced the concept of team health and the applicability of physical exam techniques to team management. As our series continues, we explore the second of four techniques: palpation.
The team health framework can be a vital asset to help project managers deliver consistently good results regardless of risks. This is the second of a five-part series on the applicability of physical exam techniques to team management. In this installment, we explore the first of four techniques: inspection.
In recent years, the usefulness of medical education in India has been questioned. Enter the project management methodology, which offers a systematic process that can help students think through patient care needs in a comprehensive way.
Information radiator is the generic term for any of a number of handwritten, drawn, printed or electronic displays that a team places in a highly visible location. It conveys the latest information at a glance. Learn how your team can foster collaboration through visible project management and implementing radiators.
The next frontier for innovation is the public sector and healthcare. U.S. Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes once remarked, “Taxes are the price we pay for civilized society.” Innovation projects in the public sector have the potential to strengthen and reinforce our society.
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.
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.
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