Convincing healthcare administrators and physicians to participate in Healthcare Project Risk Management is difficult at best. They typically perceive risk management as a lot of meetings, wasted paperwork, money and time. To persuade healthcare leaders that a minimal investment in healthcare project risk management is worthwhile, revisit some previous project failures. Identify the causes of the project failure and discuss them as negative risks which were not properly identified early, assessed and responded to. If you make a reasonable case to those decision makers, perhaps you can justify a lunch meeting devoted to healthcare risk management for the next project. Invite the most knowledgeable project stakeholders attend and contribute their experiences. The key at this first meeting is to keep things short, and efficient. Aim to complete risk identification, a quick and dirty assessment and the planning of one or two risk responses during the lunch. Your aim here is not to perform a complete risk management process. You’re simply looking to demonstrate to these decision-makers that a little bit of time and their experience invested in risk management can pay big dividends. Risk Management Main Page
With the right people on our of identifying risks and discussing ways of responding to them to mitigate the impact on the project is always worthwhile. During this session don’t fail to raise the issue of positive risks; that is, the good risks that can shorten the duration and reduce the cost.Risk Responses
Watch the video where Dick Billows, PMP discusses project management techniques focusing on risk management for Healthcare projects. The discussion covers both qualitative and quantitative risk analysis and ways of developing risk responses and justifying them to the users.
The sample lecture from our Advanced Healthcare Project Management course focuses on identifying and analyzing risks that threaten health care projects. The advanced techniques include both qualitative and quantitative analysis as well as the development of risk responses and cost justifying them for physicians and administrators. Small Project Risk Management