Those in the healthcare sector go about their work like they are completing a project. Their work is made up of many parts, all of which they need to approach using many processes and plans. In keeping a tight watch on the budget and the deadline; many aspects of the work get overlooked, as a result of which the outcome suffers.
Each team member has a specific and important task in healthcare. All these have to be done with precision and in close synchrony with the work of other members of the team. Getting this harmonious coordination right is at the root of putting in place a systematic process that helps to get work done smoothly and in an organized manner in the healthcare sector.
Learn ways by which to work like in a project
How does a healthcare organization get this? What role does each member of a healthcare organization play in bringing this whole project process right in order to guide the future of the healthcare system? This is the learning from a highly interesting webinar that Compliance4All, a leading provider of professional trainings for all areas of regulatory compliance, will be organizing.
Cathy Dolan-Schweitzer, who is president of Health Well Done and has developed a 3-step integrated approach to managing healthcare projects; will be the speaker at this webinar. Please log on to http://www.compliance4all.com/control/w_product/~product_id=501005LIVE/ to enroll for this webinar.
Interpolating construction language into healthcare
The learning gained at this webinar will help the participants discover construction language, which is a strategy to reading plans. Cathy will help them experience the value of translating that into common language, so that the team shares and translates this wisdom and experience, usually applied in design and construction, to the medical professional. This experience, of course, is most important to the patient.
Nursing and clinical staff play a critical role in the hospital future improving quality in the built environment, designing spaces to influence the HCAP scores and engaging patient and staff advisory boards. Understanding design and construction language, plans and member roles when working on a project team can be challenging, but the speaker will help a simple three step approach that will make this easy. This approach will include using common language and tools to getting a patient centered healthcare project done. Using these techniques, the team can limit mistakes and reduce waste, while saving time and money.