As a result of multiple factors, rural healthcare—as compared to its urban counterpart—has generally experienced lower quality of life, shorter life expectancies, and worsening health status. This article focuses on the transformative role of artificial intelligence for rural healthcare in developing countries.
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What can project managers do to drive HIPAA compliance on related projects with covered entities and/or business associates? Despite the fact that HIPAA has been in force for over a quarter of a century, misconceptions abound that threaten the privacy and safety of patient data and place companies at risk of civil monetary penalties.
The Ask the Expert Webinar Series is an extension of the Ask the Expert Program offered at PMI® Global Conference, where experts from the ProjectManagement.com community offer one-on-one sessions to conference attendees. This quarter, the Ask the Expert Webinar Series will focus on the Healthcare industry. Our Experts are: Lori Wilson and David Davis.
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This report helps you provide a concise and precise update on the current status of a clinical study and the achieved progress during the reporting period. It is usually distributed to a sponsor of the project, as well as the management of the company where the PM works. The main benefit of this report is that it addresses the major project constraints and provides only the relevant information needed to successfully manage the project and communicate with a diverse international team, typical for a matrix-based pharmaceutical company.
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As our interview series on artificial intelligence in healthcare continues, we look at an AI pilot program that a hospital in India initiated to check on feasibility, build trust and confidence, and identify potential risks and challenges that might arise during the larger scope of the project.
Beyond the Stethoscope: How AI is Reshaping Hospital Operations (Part 4) – The Technical Threads of AI Integrationby
As our interview series on artificial intelligence in healthcare continues, we will address the technical components involved in an AI project at a hospital in India.
Our interview series on artificial intelligence in healthcare continues with a look at how a hospital in India has handled the regulation and compliance issues that have surfaced with its new AI integration project.
Beyond the Stethoscope: How AI is Reshaping Hospital Operations (Part 2) – Medical Teams and Patientsby
As our interview series on artificial intelligence in healthcare continues, the focus shifts to key stakeholders such as the medical team and patients at a hospital in India--who express both optimism and skepticism at the technology.
Beyond the Stethoscope: How AI is Reshaping Hospital Operations (Part 1) – A Stakeholder Perspectiveby
In healthcare, artificial intelligence has the potential to bring operational efficiencies, augment staff productivity and improve patient care. In this new series, a practitioner and her colleagues explore the challenges and opportunities facing the industry.
In projects related to medical devices, operations are executed based on ISO 13485—a quality management system (QMS) certificate. Here, a practitioner shares his design philosophy for setting up a QMS for a MedTech startup.
Managing stakeholders is a science and art. This is especially true in the healthcare, where constant decisions literally present life-and-death situations. Read more about the uniqueness of stakeholders in this industry.
Due to the nature of the regulatory landscape and the complexity of the healthcare system, MedTech startups experience a higher level of uncertainty and risk. This PM shares his first-hand experiences from a startup launch in this sector.
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.