Project Management Plan

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A Project Management Plan is to be developed for ONE change or planned project in the Health Information Service at Curtin Hospital (hypothetical). This can be anything that is relevant to a Health Information Service. Curtin Hospital is a 300-bed public metropolitan hospital that currently utilises a paper-based health record. The majority of health records owned by Curtin Hospital are stored in off-site storage and only the last two years of admissions are stored on-site in a small department. The hospital is expected to expand to 500 beds by 2019.

As a minimum the project plan needs to address the following:

  • Executive Summary (capture the key points. It should be concise, articulate and consolidate the important background, influencing factors and proposed direction(s))
  • Introduction and Background(it should be well-articulated, comprehensive (yet succinct), informative and relevant to the topic at hand)
  • Objectives and scope of the project (it should be well articulated, comprehensive (yet succinct), informative and relevant to the topic at hand).
  • Project structure and governance ((it should be well articulated, comprehensive (yet succinct), informative and relevant to the topic at hand).
  • Project resources-i.e. human resources required and other resources (it should be comprehensively identified, explored and relevant to the topic at hand)
  • Stakeholder identification (it should be comprehensively identified, explored and relevant to the topic at hand)
  • Risk identification (comprehensively identified, assessed and relevant to the topic at hand)
  • Change management strategy (Change management methods are highly suitable and are succinctly articulated and justified).
  • Timeline-i.e. GANTT chart

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