"Doing the right things, the right way" has no greater meaning than with healthcare projects. In this video, Bob McGannon explores the sequencing and design of your project tasks that need to be considered for your project, including patient and equipment care, data privacy and accuracy, insurance considerations, and public perception concerns.
- Doing the right things the right way…has no greater meaning than with healthcare projects.…Whether you're managing a construction-related project,…processor technology improvements,…or the implementation of insurance or government changes,…the sequencing and design of your project tasks…need to consider these four vital factors,…patient and equipment care,…data privacy and accuracy,…insurance considerations,…and public perception.…
Let's take a closer look at each of these.…First up, is patient and equipment care.…Everyone, from the fit to the very feeble,…are likely to use healthcare facilities.…Be sure to consider patient needs…throughout a healthcare project.…This includes how buildings are designed…or how public-facing information technology systems…may be accessed by a visually impaired patient.…For both construction and information technology projects,…the welfare of patients…and the sensitive, costly equipment you'll have to deal with…can be impacted.…
For instance, be cautious when moving equipment…to ensure it functions properly…
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- Managing healthcare project stakeholders
- Dealing with regulatory constraints
- Establishing milestones
- Assessing project risks
- Executing your healthcare project