If you are not an expert in medical regulation, it important to get expert advice. In this video, Bob McGannon explores the common areas affected by regulation including: who is qualified to perform certain health care actions, how patient data is collected, stored, filed and shared, which treatments and medications can be administered in a jurisdiction, who can administer treatments, and various facility restrictions.
- An old adage goes,…"Red sky in the morning sailor take warning."…Well as you set sail on your healthcare project…and look to the East I guarantee you…there'll be some red skies in the morning,…when it comes to conforming to regulations.…That's not to say those red skies…should stop you from sailing.…Just do so while being mindful of the legal constraints that…may exist around the products of your healthcare project.…I'm not an expert in medical regulations,…so it's important to get appropriate regulatory advice.…
What I hope to do here is alert you to areas…you need to understand.…Here are examples of common areas affected by regulation.…First, who is qualified to perform…certain healthcare actions?…Second, how is patient data collected, stored,…filed, and shared?…Third, which treatments and medications can be administered…under public or private insurance plans,…and what medications are legal to administer to a patient?…And last, what facility restrictions apply to your project,…such as x-ray, a radioactive containment standards?…
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- Managing healthcare project stakeholders
- Dealing with regulatory constraints
- Establishing milestones
- Assessing project risks
- Executing your healthcare project