Automation of Health Services Risk Management and Quality Management Plan IntroductionPurposeA risk refers to a condition or event that can occur to cause negative or positive effects on objectives of any project. Risk Management a process entailing identification assessment replying to checking and also reporting risks. This plan for risk management explains how risks related to the healthcare service automation project will be recognized assessed and managed. It describes ways taken to do record and manage all the activities pertaining this project. ProcedureProcessThe manager will ensure that project sponsors and team have identified the risks assessed them and properly managed them as the project is ongoing. Early identification of risks is essential for reduction of effects that are likely to happen. Risk IdentificationRisk identification entails all persons involved in the project will evaluate factors that may impact on Print Name: Dr. Tee Title: C.E.O Role: Team chairperson Signature: Date: Print Name: Mr. Bill Title: Chief Nurse Role: Steering committee Signature: Date: Print Name: Dr. MorvTitle: Surgeon Role: Mobilizing committee Signature: Date: Print Name: Dr. Adams Title: Doctor Role: Finance manager Signature: Date: Print Name: Dr. Grahams Title: Ministry of Health Official Role: Project sponsor References BIBLIOGRAPHY Bergeson L. L. (2014). EPA's New Final Work Plan Risk Assessments and What They Mean to You. Environmental Quality Management 24(2) 89-96. Burger P. (2014). Strategies for Sustainability: Institutional and Organisational Challenges. Sustainability 8342-8347. Mira S. (2011). An International Perspective on Risk Management Quality. European Financial Management. Mora M. A. (2016). Quality Improvement Strategies in Accountable Care Organization Hospitals. Quality Management in Health Care 25(1) 8-12. Simon P. & Hillson D. (2012). Practical Risk Management: The ATOM Methodology. Vienna VA. [...]
Even the most straightforward and well-planned project can be impacted by unexpected circumstances. Anticipating risks is a key part of project management, and one that a health care administrator or manager must ensure is taken into consideration by the project team. Additionally, If not carefully monitored, budget and time constraints can take a toll on the quality of a project. Create a 2 page risk management and quality management plan, which includes the following: Describe how you plan to manage risks for your project. Analyze strategies for managing quality within your project. Analyze strategies for sustainability of your project. Describe at least two tools and/or techniques you plan to use to manage quality and defend why you chose those tools.