HIM-620: Individual Project Plan - Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) (Coursework Sample)
As a culminating project, this assignment has two parts: an executive summary and a project plan created in either MS Project (PC) or Apple Merlin (MAC). Those experiencing problems with Project software may complete this portion of the assignment in Excel. Use prior course information and data gathered for your CLC Business Plan to complete this assignment.
Write an executive summary of your CLC Business Plan of a Ambulatory Surgical Center
Write a project plan in Microsoft Project or Apple Merlin. Excel may be substituted as needed.
Examine your CLC Business Plan: Extract the distinct activities needed to start up the business: (a) Identify tasks needed to complete the project. (b) Develop a completion schedule. (c) Assign resources to project tasks.
Be creative. For example: If your plan calls for three nurses, you will need to plan for hiring, and training. Create arbitrary timelines for each activity. They could be very general (2 weeks to hire, 2 weeks to train) or they could dive much deeper (1 week to write hiring ad, 1 week to place ad, 2 weeks to accept applications, 1 week to review, 3 weeks for interviews, 1 week for offer-letters, 2 weeks to establish in HR system, etc.). Do this for each section of the CLC Business Plan.
Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.
This assignment uses a grading rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin. Please refer to the directions in the Student Success Center.
INDIVIDUAL PROJECT PLAN - Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC)
Grand Canyon University: HIM-620
Purple Outpatient surgery Center in Phoenix, Arizona is part of the Dignity Mercy Gilbert Medical and the information Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) CLC Business Plan provides insights on certain the project. The community hospital has 300 beds and the surgery center is expected to offer different outpatient services since hospital admission is not required. If the project is successful the surgery center will retain well trained surgeons and expand services over time and the center will only bill for the facility services. The facility will be built adjacent to the hospital and development plan and scheduling action plan was identified to ensure that the project is sustainable and completed on time without going above budget. The Ambulatory Surgery Center is a facility designed for various surgeries for both inpatients and outpatients. The project proposal seeks to improve surgical service outcomes and the plan will be actualized when resources are set aside and the scheduling of these resources is part of project planning. Market research will be conducted with a view of identifying the most relevant information to maintain competitiveness and improve the quality of care delivery. Furthermore, the customer management will be prioritized to enhance trust, and combined with promotion activities this will enhance the center
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