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Running Head: Project Management Plan Outline 1 Project Management Plan Outline HCM542: Healthcare Operations Management Colorado State University-Global Campus I. Introduction:
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2 Project Management Plan Outline A. Discuss how project managers will create a plan to corporate a new firm into an existing healthcare system. B. The importance and role of project manager in project plan for Johnsonville Community Hospital System. C. Explain project managers tools used to ensure that the project is successful. II. Pre-Project Approval: Develop business base A. Discuss the resource investment and how it ensures that the project comes in at or under the budget. B. Explain the business case including the plan, scope, and resources. I. Project Organization and Definition A. Work breakdown structure 1. Define the scope 2. Define the major deliverables of the project II. Project Scheduling and Design A. Incorporate a new service line into already existing lines B. Continue satisfying clients’ demands while incorporating a new line into already
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Unformatted text preview: existing lines. C. Create a Gantt chart III. Project Control and Management A. Monitor and control projects after it has been approved, defined, and designed. Creating Gannt charts and dashboards help to have a tight control which is essential for the project’s success. 3 Project Management Plan Outline B. Use the Gantt chart to help track projects once they are underway to ensure progress against timeline expectations. C. Use project dashboards to outline the key aspects such as; 1. actual cost 2. changes in scope 3. estimated timelines 4. earned value to date D. Potential risks: unexpectedly higher costs for some resources, long implementation time, inexperienced and untrained employees, lack of resources, lack of documentation and standard operation procedures. I. Conclusion A. Summarize the project plan service lines, processes, procedures, and potential organization changes...
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