In this video, Bob McGannon presents you with a budget situation that alters your project scope while your project is in full swing. It presents challenges to your team and your hospital customer. The government decided to stop providing any additional funding to your project, postponing it indefinitely. You have equipment components that are useless without the remaining elements and a major piece of the parking lot blocked with the shell of a new cancer center.
- In this challenge you're faced with a situation…that alters your project's scope…when your project is in full swing.…It presents challenges to your team and the hospital.…Using the material in the course…and your personal experience in healthcare projects,…consider your response to the following scenario.…You and your team are working diligently…on a series of upgrades to your hospital facilities…and your plans are two new facilities…including a new cancer treatment center.…Also in scope is all the equipment for the new areas…along with equipment upgrades…for other areas of the hospital.…
You've made good progress in the cancer center…and the Shell of another area is temporarily impacting…patient parking at the hospital.…In addition, some components of the new equipment…are safely tucked away in your storage area…while you wait for the allocation of funding…to procure the remaining pieces of equipment…in order to deploy them.…Just when you're feeling good about…how things are progressing, the hospital administrator…
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- Managing healthcare project stakeholders
- Dealing with regulatory constraints
- Establishing milestones
- Assessing project risks
- Executing your healthcare project