My latest AtTask Work Management blog post is up. I cover the current creative destruction that is ongoing in healthcare and how this is impacting the project manager and the discipline as a whole.
Here’s a snippet and then follow the link for the remainder of the article:
“It’s already here; the churn of healthcare change. Small physician practices are being swallowed up by large healthcare organizations. Older practitioners are retiring sooner, rather than slog through the tremendous business process and regulatory changes that are buffeting healthcare. Local, state and the federal government are embarking on a massive data sharing project with Health Information Exchanges.
These issues all lead to a tremendous amount of risk for the healthcare project manager. To combat this, a PM in healthcare will have to have contract, technology, regulatory, and business savvy when piloting an outreach or new clinic project.”
– See more at: Healthcare’s Creative Destruction & the Project Manager