The need for communication planning for healthcare projects is significant, and requires careful management. In this video, change and project expert Bob McGannon discusses the communication techniques required to help you deal with the significant and varied stakeholders that are part of most healthcare projects. You will learn how to build a communication strategy, tailor messages for senior administrators, and set up appropriate communications with regulatory bodies.
- Have you ever visited a physicians office…and waited for your time to talk with a doctor?…If you're like me,…you probably recall a bit of anxiety…as you waited to hear about your health status,…and what would be required to get you back to 100%.…That's similar to communication…during your healthcare project.…Your stakeholders might be a bit anxious,…wanting to know the project's status…and when they'll get the deliverables they're anticipating.…The need for communication planning for health care projects…is significant and requires careful management.…
Let's discuss the communication techniques…required to help you deal with the significant…and varied stakeholders that are part…of most healthcare projects.…First thing you need to do is build a communication strategy…which includes who needs to be communicated with,…how often you'll communicate with them,…and the purpose of each communication.…I recommend working with someone in your corporate…communications area since they can assist you…in working with the media…
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- Managing healthcare project stakeholders
- Dealing with regulatory constraints
- Establishing milestones
- Assessing project risks
- Executing your healthcare project