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Project Management for Clinicians

Clinical project management skills—the ability to meet clinical project goals on time and within budget while maintaining quality clinical standards—are increasingly important in today’s competitive healthcare environment. Learn the theories, tools, and techniques for successful clinical project management. Topics include task organization and sequencing; schedule development; critical path method implementation as a management tool; the use of milestone and Gantt charts; the reverse planning method; change management; and cost, performance, and client considerations. Also, learn to apply principles of quality management in defining methods for testing systems in a healthcare environment.

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You'll Walk Away with

  • The ability to apply principles of quality management in defining methods for testing systems
  • The skills to create a project plan for implementing a portion of an electronic medical record (EMR)

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