You're faced with a situation that will impact your project activity substantially, but one that's totally out of your control. In this video, Bob McGannon presents you with a local emergency scenario. While in the midst of making facility changes, you are informed that the triage room you are working in must be cleared out immediately and made available for critical patient care, yet you have equipment and people everywhere. How do you manage this sudden change in circumstances?
(gears clinking)…- In this challenge, you're faced with a situation…that will significantly impact your project activity…but it's totally out of your control.…Medical facilities are often a 24/7 environment…that can change drastically in a matter of a few minutes.…Using the information in this course,…and your personal experience with healthcare projects,…consider your response to the following scenario.…
You and your team are in the process…of installing equipment and new wiring…adjacent to the hospital's emergency room,…where triage and evaluation activities are performed.…Suddenly, there's a lot of commotion…and hospital personnel are moving quickly…and intently around you.…One of the emergency room staff then enters the room…and says, "We need this room now.…"I need you to move out of here…"and take the equipment and cables…"you have lying everywhere out too.…"There's been a 30-car pileup on the highway,…"many people are injured and they're on the way.…
"Now, move."…As your team immediately starts cleaning up…
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- Managing healthcare project stakeholders
- Dealing with regulatory constraints
- Establishing milestones
- Assessing project risks
- Executing your healthcare project