As operating costs and demand care continues to soar, it has become imperative to minimize financial risk in healthcare design projects. Here are four strategies that emphasize ongoing prioritization, repurposing, and collaborative delivery.
Over 12 weeks of bedrest nursing a complex fracture, this physician was confined with little movement. It gave her an opportunity to be introspective—and she soon learned valuable lessons about life that we can also take to heart in our careers as project managers.
To shape the future of healthcare, it is essential to blend both healthcare and project management domains—and the ideal skill sets for a healthcare professional revolve around the updated PMI Talent Triangle®.
As the healthcare landscape shifts, project management innovations will continue to evolve. But fundamental principles—including the importance of relationships and close collaboration—will remain the same. Here are three success factors learned from a recent hospital renovation.
Some of the skills this project manager acquired over the years helped him manage the most difficult project of his life, one that is ongoing. Here he shares some of the lessons learned during his journey.
Talent management in healthcare is vital to improve workforce performance, engagement and retention, and ensure patient safety and satisfaction. As the world combats COVID-19, pressure on the industry and its workforce is mounting by the minute.
Project delivery principles guide project managers to work toward a successful project outcome. In this article, the practitioner outlines project delivery principles as they relate to patient care as a project.
Cloud computing has revolutionized the way business is done, offering increased efficiency and new models for work in many industries, including healthcare. Learn the basics of cloud computing, with options for service and deployment, to enable you to customize your own model to serve the unique requirements of your work environment.