Project Management Triage for Healthcare IT/IS Departments
Delays, missteps, and failures in important IT/IS projects can have an extreme impact on a healthcare organization.
ASSESS your need for project management. We can help you determine what your staff and organization need to become more successful in completing your important projects well.
TREAT your immediate symptoms by providing information and resources to positively impact your projects now. Mentoring, training, process reengineering, and/or leading projects may be the needed treatment.
ENERGIZE your organization by guiding the development of processes and roles that position your organization for long term successful use of project management best practices.
Quantifiable Benefits of Project Management in Healthcare Organizations
Healthcare organizations effectively implementing project management have seen...
Improved Staff Utilization
More efficient use of staff results from focused coordination among projects. As projects are clearly understood, planned, and coordinated, all affected staff know what to expect and when. Stretch those limited IS/IT staffing dollars!
Improved Technology Utilization
How often do implemented systems fail to meet the vendor's promises? Maximize quality utilization as the right projects are engaged with the right technology for the right priorities. Move past "getting the system in" to "getting the most out of it." Stretch those limited IS/IT capital dollars.
Improved Patient Care
Patient care can be enhanced by well implemented systems. Early in the project, a project manager's focus on how systems interact with the people and systems that use them ensures that the right solutions are implemented to complement the affected departments current processes and procedures.
Helping you to effectively manage projects in healthcare organizations that are new, indifferent, or hostile to project management!
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You have heard or read that Project Management can help your healthcare organization become more efficient, but you wonder how to bring it into your organization. Or maybe you have tried project management with little or no visible results.
You are not alone. Good project management can dramatically help, but only when implemented in a clear, repeatable, and tailored fashion.
"I have learned more from you than from all the PM classes I've taken and all the PM books I've read (and I had to read quite a few for school). You are ever the teacher and you used every opportunity and challenge to help me learn how to be a better project manager. I think of you often when I get in difficult situations and I remember how you handled things."