Healthcare Project Management, Second Edition
With a Brief Guide to Microsoft Project 2016
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Professor Kathy Schwalbe, author of Information Technology Project Management, Eighth Edition and An Introduction to Project Management, Sixth Edition, has teamed up with Dan Furlong to provide the second edition of this much-needed text for healthcare students and professionals. Dan manages the Project Management Office for the Medical University of South Carolina and also teaches project management in their Master in Health Administration program. Unique Features: Uses the Project Management Institute's PMBOK GuideSixth Edition (2017) Provides in-depth examples for initiating, planning, executing, monitoring and controlling, and closing healthcare projects Includes over 60 template files and samples of important project documents (a business case, project charter, scope statement, project schedule, change request, etc.) Features in each chapter provide real-world examples and references, including Opening Cases and Case Wrap-Ups, examples of What Went Right, What Went Wrong, Media Snapshots, Best Practices, Video Highlights, and Healthcare Perspectives related to project management Includes a Brief Guide to Microsoft Project 2016, the most popular project management software today, with a free trial available from Microsoft Provides healthcare industry case studies and other teaching resources Includes a companion Web site with interactive quizzes, template files, links to sites mentioned in the text, and much more Instructors can access a secure site with lecture slides, test banks, etc. Visit www.healthcarepm.com for more information
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