The healthcare industry has a significant level of regulation that details specific processes that need to be adopted when delivering project outcomes. In this video, Bob McGannon shares some of the more common areas where procedural regulations are in place for the healthcare industry. These include the use of mobile devices, the use of unprotected Wi-Fi systems, the release of diagnostic information, the testing of new medical systems, and the descriptions of medical diagnoses and procedures.
- [Instructor] Virtually every business has a set of rules…that need to be understood when delivering project outcomes.…The healthcare industry, however, has a significant level…of regulation that details specific processes…that need to be adapted as well.…In order to raise awareness…of what you may need to accommodate,…we'll discuss process regulations…that are in place in the United States.…While many nations have similar process regulations,…I cannot emphasize enough the need to do your research…before finalizing your project approach.…
Here are a few of the more common areas…where procedural regulations are in place…for the healthcare industry.…First, is the use of mobile devices.…While the existence of data security,…and data encryption regulations are well known,…project managers are sometimes surprised…to find that the use of mobile devices is also regulated.…There are specific procedures that must be followed…when a mobile device is lost or stolen.…In addition, the presence and management…of virus and malware protection…
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- Managing healthcare project stakeholders
- Dealing with regulatory constraints
- Establishing milestones
- Assessing project risks
- Executing your healthcare project