Project Management Foundations for Healthcare
Project Management Foundations for Healthcare is for anyone who participates or is looking to become involved in projects in the healthcare industry, from any area, in any role, with or without any prior formal project management training or prior project experience. Managing healthcare projects carries complex concerns not always found in traditional professional development or healthcare management courses.
This is a practical, hands on, “learn-by-doing” course. It presents foundational concepts, tools and best practices in Project Management, which participants then use to plan, organize and control a “real” project, from start to finish. This course is designed to teach skills and techniques that can be immediately and easily applied on-the-job.
Project Management Foundations for Healthcare is presented virtually in nine, 2.5 hour (approximately 24 hours) highly interactive evening sessions, 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM each Wednesday starting September 8 through November 3 (September 8, 15, 22, 29, October 6, 13, 20, 27 and November 3). Registration deadline is August 13, 2021.
Managing Projects with Microsoft Project™
Expand Project Management skills by learning how software can help manage projects – Managing Projects with Microsoft Project™ Course, immediately following the Foundations course is a practical, hands-on course on how software can help plan, schedule and track a project. Most importantly, participants will learn how to set up the software, so it does what they need it to do, as opposed to what the software wants to do! No prior software knowledge or experience is required.
Managing Projects with Microsoft Project™ presented virtually in three, 2.5 hour evening sessions (approximately 8 hours), immediately following the Foundations course, each Wednesday, November 10, 17 and December 1, 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM. Registration deadline is October 8, 2021.
Space is limited – In order to maximize the benefit of these courses for participants, class size is limited to 20 participants (in each course) In a virtual classroom, this will allow sufficient time for questions, elaboration, dialogue, case study team assignments, as well as sharing of knowledge and experience in this specialized field.
Make these two courses a part of your training and development plan!
For questions about the course contact: Cynthia Hay, email@example.com, (206) 216-2526.
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Our peer review service provides a systematic evaluation of quality and appropriateness of patient care and diagnosis. We offer on-site peer review to meet the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services conditions of participation for Critical Access Hospitals. We also offer focused reviews by specialists as part of credentialing and performance reviews. Our peer review services are now available to all hospitals in Washington State and Alaska.
Peer review site visits include:
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The peer review service employs eight physicians. All are board certified or board eligible in emergency medicine or family practice. They have been selected for their expertise, appreciation for rural hospital care quality, communication skills, and teaching ability. In addition to inpatient chart review, peer review physicians provide clinic chart review on request, consultation and assistance with hospital medical staff bylaws, and support and assistance for privileging and credentialing issues.
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WHS contracts with highly respected specialists from across Washington State to provide chart reviews. Our current specialties are: Anesthesiology, Cardiology, ED, ENT, Endocrinology, Family Medicine, General Surgery, Hospitalist, Intensivist, Infectious Disease, Internal Medicine, Geriatric, Neonatology, Nephrology, Neurology, Neurosurgery, OB/GYN, Oncology, Ophthalmology, Orthopedic Surgery, Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery, Podiatry, Radiology, Rheumatology, Thoracic Surgery, Urology, Vascular Surgery, Wound Care. We are constantly adding to our roster of specialists.
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LEAD Academy is an intensive six-day, 12-module training experience using innovative tools and experiential learning to empower recently hired, newly appointed or previously untrained health care leaders to better understand and use their strengths. Designed for health care supervisors and managers, LEAD is built on the underlying principle that effective leadership requires productive relationships to support excellence in patient care, sustainable business objectives and a safe patient environment.
LEAD Academy sessions provide a safe environment to practice newly learned skills and align work goals and actions to support the broader vision of the organization. Engaging activities guide participants through the process of understanding differing leadership styles and overcoming the distinct challenges of being a leader. Specific program focus areas include:
At the conclusion of the LEAD Academy, participating health care managers will be able to:
To register, visit: https://wshaconnect.wsha.org/LEAD/Pages/default.aspx
Pamela Cunningham is a Six Sigma Black Belt skilled at blending the technical with the human side of high performance. A highly regarded trainer, Pam conducted leadership training for clinical and non-clinical managers for private- and public-sector health care organizations including Marquette General Health System, BCBS Michigan, Metro Healthcare and CIGNA. She also has advised hospital executives on how to quickly and effectively resolve various organizational issues in such organizations as Lutheran, St. Vincent and Baptist Hospitals.
Marcey Uday-Riley, MSW, CPT, has been a human performance and organization development consultant for more than 25 years. For many years, Marcey was a clinical behaviorist and manager in a large, urban teaching hospital. She now helps organizations across multiple industries achieve business objectives as a consultant and trainer. She has provided executive, manager and leader training for multiple facilities.
The total cost for the 6-day, 12-module program is $1,910. This includes breakfast and lunch each day, course materials, and a DISC assessment, as well as follow-up tools and a certificate of completion for each module. You also have the option of registering individually for each 2-module, day-long session. Session one is $365, while each of the following sessions are $315 per day. Preference is given to those who register for the full 12-module session. There is a 10 percent discount for organizations with three or more participants. Organizations who would like to send more than 10 people through the program may want to consider bringing the program in house. For more information about this option, please contact Ed Phippen at (206) 216-2556 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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