80% of healthcare providers have increased IT spending. Yet only 6% of US healthcare providers believe their IT testing processes are sufficient.
Have you ever calculated the costs associated with a healthcare project testing event? Among the often-overlooked expenses are the resources and hours required to write and update test scripts, the coordination and management efforts for the testing event, and the considerable hours allocated for all participants, plus the unproductive time they spend waiting to start their
To shape a proficient Project Management Office (PMO), it’s important to explore the impact of practice structure, the significance of aligning with organizational needs, and the progression towards maturity.
Traditional healthcare IT staffing approaches are often ineffective because they don’t take into consideration necessary variables to identify IT staffing needs.
Often there is misalignment between the solution (project) and desired result (problem we want to solve). Confirm the Problem Statement behind the purpose of the project for better decisions, planning, and outcomes.
Does any of this sound familiar? The “loudest voice” drives the selection and approval of projects and investments. Project resources are often at or over capacity. Return on investment for projects is not clear because metrics to measure and confirm value were not defined. Decisions for future projects and roadmaps are made and managed in silos. Projects often do not
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