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1 Presenter: Jennifer LoGalbo RHP 8 Monthly Learning Collaborative Call February 10,

2  Review Project Management (PM) Process  Define Execution Phase  Review Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Tools  Q&A 2

3 Initiating Select project manager Divide large projects Create objectives Planning Define roles and responsibilities Determine project team Estimate costs and time Create communication plan Executing Complete the work Manage people Report on performance Monitoring Measure performance against baseline Update documents Perform quality control Closing Archive and index project documents Gather lessons learned 3

4 Executing (see complete list of 22 activities on slides 15-16) Execute work according to the project management plan Request changes Continuously improve Determine whether processes are correct and effective (quality assurance) Evaluate team and individual performance Hold team-building activities Give recognition and awards Release resources as work is completed Report on project performance Manage stakeholder engagement and expectations 4

5 Executing (see complete list of 22 activities on slides 15-16) Execute work according to the project management plan Request changes Continuously improve Determine whether processes are correct and effective (quality assurance) Evaluate team and individual performance Hold team-building activities Give recognition and awards Release resources as work is completed Report on project performance Manage stakeholder engagement and expectations 5

6  Purpose: Complete project work as defined in the project management plan, and meet project objectives outlined from the onset.  Goal: Achieve completion of project deliverable(s) within the planned budget and schedule.  DSRIP semi-annual reporting requirements – April and October. 6

7  What is CQI?  CQI tools: 1.Cause & Effect Diagram (a.k.a., Ishikawa or Fishbone) 2.5 Why’s 3.Business Process Mapping (BPM) 4.Plan, Do, Study, Act Continuous Quality Improvement 7

8 Reference: Cause and Effect Analysis: Identifying the Likely Causes of Problems. (n.d.). Retrieved January 14, 2015, from 8

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10 Reference: (n.d.). Retrieved January 14, 2015, from https://www.tuzzit.com/en/canvas/5_whys_canvas 10

11 Why? Why did the patient have to wait longer than 45 minutes before they were seen by a nurse? The nurse was not in the clinic. Why? Why wasn’t the nurse in the clinic? The nurse was at the hospital. Why? Why was the nurse at the hospital? The nurse needed to pull the patient’s file before the appointment. Why? Why wasn’t the nurse able to pull the patient’s file at the clinic? The nurse was unable to pull the information using the current EHR system. Why? Why wasn’t the nurse able to pull date using the current EHR system? Clinic staff have not received usernames and login information from the IT department. Problem Statement: The patient waited longer than 45 minutes before they were seen by a nurse. 11

12  Charts, graphs and diagrams visually display what the process is and who is involved  Various tools are available, some of these include: 1.Process Charting 2.Top-Down Flow Chart 3.Block Diagram 4.Activity Chart 5.Work-Flow Diagram 6.Cross-Functional Flow Chart Note: See RHP 8 Anchor team presentation from November 14, 2014 for additional information on the tools above 12

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14 Reference: Plan, Do, Study, Act (PDSA). (n.d.). Retrieved January 14, 2015, from provement_tools/plan_do_study_act.html 14

15 15 1. Execute work according to the project management plan 2. Produce product deliverables (product scope) 3. Gather work performance data 4. Request changes 5. Implement only approved changes 6. Continuously improve 7. Follow processes 8. Determine whether processes are correct and effective (quality assurance) 9. Perform quality audits 10. Acquire final team 11. Manage people

16 Evaluate team and individual performance 13. Hold team-building activities 14. Give recognition and awards 15. Use issue logs 16. Facilitate conflict resolution 17. Release resources as work is completed 18. Send and receive information, and solicit feedback 19. Report on project performance 20. Manage stakeholder engagement and expectations 21. Hold meetings 22. Select sellers

17 Mulcahy, R. (2013). PMP exam prep: Accelerated learning to pass PMI's PMP exam (8th ed.). Minnetonka, Minn.: RMC publications. Contact Information: Jennifer LoGalbo RHP 8 Program Director

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