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Hcis/410 Project Planning And Implementation In Health Care

2800 words - 12 pages

PHR For Homeless and Indigent people

project Management plan

Version
Team D

VERSION HISTORY

[Provide information on how the development and distribution of the Project Management Plan was controlled and tracked. Use the table below to provide the version number, the author implementing the version, the date of the version, the name of the person approving the version, the date that particular version was approved, and a brief description of the reason for creating the revised version.]

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 Introduction 3
1.1 Purpose of Project Management Plan 3

2 Executive Summary of Project Charter 3
2.1 Assumptions/Constraints 4

3 Scope ...view middle of the document...

The health data on a PHR might include patient-reported outcome data, lab results, and data from devices such as wireless electronic weighing scales or collected passively from a Smartphone.
Personal Health Records (PHRs) have the potential to give power to people in managing their long-term health and in communicating effectively with their health care providers. The purposes for which people would keep a PHR include summarizing their medical history, analyzing trends in symptoms or other health indicators, communicating with their doctors, and handling an emergency.

Personal Health Records for Homeless and Indigent People PMP is all project stakeholders including the project sponsor, senior leadership and the project team.

2 Executive Summary of Project Charter

OUR ORGANIZATION HAS BEEN ASKED TO BE A CONSULT WITH A LOCAL COMMUNITY HEALTH CARE OUTREACH ORGANIZATION THAT PROVIDES CARE TO HOMELESS AND INDIGENT PEOPLE. PERSONAL HEALTH RECORDS SEEM TO BE REAL ISSUE FOR THIS ORGANIZATION BECAUSE OF THEIR PATIENTS BEING TRANSIENT IN NATURE. THE ORGANIZATION WOULD LIKE TO ESTABLISH A WEB-BASED PATIENT PERSONAL HEALTH RECORD SYSTEM. THE ORGANIZATION FEELS THIS TYPE OF INFORMATION SYSTEM WILL PROVIDE MEASURABLE ORGANIZATIONAL VALUE WITH PATIENT RECORD PROCUREMENT AND PROVIDING RECORDS FOR THEIR PATIENTS ANYWHERE IN THE COUNTRY. FUNDING FOR THIS PROJECT HAS BEEN DONATED BY A LOCAL INDIVIDUAL IN THE AMOUNT OF $10,000.00 DOLLARS.
The organization has provided some insight on how they think the information should appear and how they would like for our organization to model their personal health record system. The Veterans Administration system which is free to their patients, the model is called My Health-e-Vet, which can be viewed by going to http://www.myhealth.va.gov/mhv-portal-web/.

Our estimated timeframe for the finishing point of this project will be January 1, 2014. The responsibility for the project is a joint effort between Veterans Administration and our team; our model for this project is already established. When this project is complete, the community health care outreach will have an electronic health record system that can transfer health care records of any former or current patient anywhere in the world.

1 ASSUMPTIONS/CONSTRAINTS

The assumption is the VA will allow our team to use the PHR they have previously developed. If the VA does not allow our team to use their PHR then we will need to switch vendors to one of the previously evaluated PHR systems that were originally outlined in the project charter.

Scope Management

THE SCOPE MANAGEMENT PLAN IS A DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF HOW LEARNING TEAM D WILL ADMINISTER THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A WEB-BASED PERSONAL HEALTH RECORD USING THE VA HEALTH SYSTEM’S MYHEALTH-E-VET PHR TO SUPPORT A COMMUNITY HEALTH CARE OUTREACH ORGANIZATION WITH PROVIDING HOMELESS AND INDIGENT PEOPLE THE CAPABILITY THE RIGHT TO USE AND UPHOLD...

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