Tips for Preventing Scope Creep and Cost Over Runs When Implementing a Health IT System





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Published on Feb 28, 2012

Friday, February 17, 2012 - 2:00-3:30 pm EST

This webinar focuses on how safety net providers can tackle cost over runs and scope creep during a health information technology (IT) implementation or upgrade. Leadership and project teams constantly struggle how to balance the competing demands of the project's scope, schedule and cost. While, it is understood that scope creep should be avoided and deliverables should be clearly defined, it is common for health IT professionals to still struggle to find practical strategies to effectively plan and execute their implementation projects.

This webinar's presenters come from health center and critical access hospital backgrounds. The speakers presentations will focus on the following questions: What project management tools should you utilize to keep your project within costs and scope? How do you use workflow analysis to control costs and keep your implementation within scope? How do you involve staff and work with them in maintaining the project's scope during implementation?

Presenters include:

• J. Brett Tracy, MHA, CPC Research Director
Community Health Centers of Arkansas, Inc.

• Mark Chustz, PhD, Chief Executive Officer
Greene County Hospital of Alabama

• Salliann Alborn, CEO
Community Health Integrated Partnership of Maryland


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