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.
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.
The University Health Network (UHN) in Toronto, Ontario, Canada wanted to ensure that patients who are discharged from hospitals receive the necessary support for a successful recovery. In 2014, UHN embarked on a 3-year, CA$955,000 quality improvement initiative which included creating a standardized electronic Discharge Summary for UHN’s 35,000 annual inpatients, detailing their hospital experience and requirements for ongoing care. The program finished on schedule and under budget and was a winner of the 2018 PMI Award for Project Excellence. Learn about this awarded program’s challenges, best practices, and lessons learned in this webinar.
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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.
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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Women in healthcare face unique challenges and stressors in their roller coaster of a career. This professional gives tips from her experience that we can all learn from regardless of our industry.
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.
With guidance from the PMI Educational Foundation, a program called PMIK-UDAAN was formed to provide continuous support to more than 200 families supported by Pallium India.
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.
Innovation in healthcare is a complex and challenging environment—one that can truly benefit from project management. So, what is an innovative healthcare project?
How do you break through white noise? How do you communicate to your audience that what you need them to do is important? What it boils down to is a thoughtful communication plan that includes a focus on people, process and technology.
One of the key benefits of the human resource knowledge area is that it helps establish project roles and responsibilities and a plan to acquire, manage and release project team members. In the case of a "grand old lady" of a village, we see an illustrative example of how her own role and responsibility evolved over a period of time--and how she then used her skills to define these functions for the "organization" that she was a part of.
The healthcare industry has been relatively late to adopt outsourcing. However, there has been an ample push from prominent healthcare stakeholders to delegate the non-core processes to third-party service providers and focus on core competencies. The reason to outsource is not a luxury anymore, but more of a compelling need.
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