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Project Management Plan

Project Management Plan

Project goals and objectives:

  1. Cost effective delivery of in-patient care
  2. Establish St. Dismas Assisted Living Facility Project
  3. Develop the fresh programs and relevant services for capitalizing on the existing, proper rehabilitation therapy of staff and St. Dismas’s reputation
  4. Improve revenue and quality of services.

 

Project scope and statement:

The Project Scope Statement should include the three major components: project deliverables, constraints and assumptions. Project deliverables is the result of a project which has to delivered by the end of the time period. Constraints are those facts and factors that can hinder the successful delivery of a project to its fullest potential. These are the factors that needs to be taken care of to prevent any obstruction to the project. While project assumptions are those factors with regards to processes planning which are perceived to true and certain, mostly without any real evidence.

 

  • Deliverables:
    • Setting up an inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation facility designed a free-standing apartment-like structure with access to hospital and related services.
    • Assisted living facilities (100 units) with respect to 110-150 residents, where most of them were single occupants.
    • Special facility with high assistance to facilitate (15 – 30 units) for them who are either medically or physically disabled.
    • Provision of light-assistance facility for those who require minor social and medical interventions.
    • Offering of special occupational and physical therapy programs along with the beahavioural management programs.
    • Strategical growth of the business with reasonable profit generation of St. D ........
of staff and St. Dismas’s reputation
  • Improve revenue and quality of services.
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    Project scope and statement:

    The Project Scope Statement should include the three major components: project deliverables, constraints and assumptions. Project deliverables is the result of a project which has to delivered by the end of the time period. Constraints are those facts and factors that can hinder the successful delivery of a project to its fullest potential. These are the factors that needs to be taken care of to prevent any obstruction to the project. While project assumptions are those factors with regards to processes planning which are perceived to true and certain, mostly without any real evidence.

     

    • Deliverables:
      • Setting up an inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation facility designed a free-standing apartment-like structure with access to hospital and related services.
      • Assisted living facilities (100 units) with respect to 110-150 residents, where most of them were single occupants.
      • Special facility with high assistance to facilitate (15 – 30 units) for them who are either medically or physically disabled.
      • Provision of light-assistance facility for those who require minor social and medical interventions.
      • Offering of special occupational and physical therapy programs along with the beahavioural management programs.
      • Strategical growth of the business with reasonable profit generation of St. Dismas.
      • Provision of increased number of referrals for the therapy programs marked for the outpatients.
      • Effective approach to facilitate the St. Dismas for adequate strength with the focus towards the wellness and reimbursable preventative programs to provide the healthier and staedy geriatric population.
      • Improve the in-patient population at the institution with the  offering of facility where everyone can age until they require hospitalization with immediate availability of require facility.
         
    • Constraints:
      • Project cannot be started before November 1999, but the facility must be opened before July, 2000, which leaves only very limited time.
      • Only a limited budget was sanctioned by the hospital authority for commercial support of the execution of the project related planning process.
      • Remains under the control of the hospital board even assistance provided for living facility for profit generation.
      • The regulations and industry standards fixed by the Government for the establishment and operations of such facilities requires attention.
      • Factors like weather conditions, technological or equipment limitations, labor supply could influence the successful, timely delivery of the project.
      • As there is only a short period of time for budget appraisal, the project cannot afford an unrealistic, ambitious budget.
      • It is likely that area of revenues could have uncertainty and could be hight volatile.

     

    • Assumptions
      • The project makes the assumption that the project profesionals and other resources would be readily available whenever required.
      • There is also the assumption that these resources are fully capable and experienced of meeting their deliverables in a timely manner.
      • Availability of industry experts and other kinds of specialised skills are assumed to be readily and smooth
      • Following of formal hospital charter and the scope prepared by the project team is also assumed for the project delivery.
      • Any conflicts that may arise with regards will be resolved on an immediate basis so as to not obstruct the progress of the project.
      • The Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), as listed below, will ne functional to their fullest capacity.
      • The project organisation as mentioned in the plan will be followed and put in place accordingly.
      • The numbers and statistics used to prepare the budget estimates, time period estimates are correct and constructive.
      • It is assumed that the scope of the project is clearly defined, limiting to only what is required for the project delivery and eliminating all unnecessary processes.

     

    Work Breakdown Structure:

    Sl.No.

    TASK

    Person in charge

    1

    Development of budget for every section associated with the operation and project facilitation

    Chief Finance Officer

    2

    Supervising design of the building

    Chief Operating Officer

    3

    Preparation of the facility

    Project Manager-Construction

    4

    Identification of all governmental regulationsand industry standards

    Dr. Fred Splient

    5

    Policy and procedure development

    Chief Operating Officer

    6

    Develop Management structure

    Dr. Fred Splient

    7

    Needs for staffing

    Chief Operating Officer

    8

    Requirement of food services

    Chief Operating Officer

    9

    Requirement of housekeeping

    Chief Operating Officer

    10

    Creation of payroll and account systems essential for operating the facility

    Chief Finance Officer

    11

    Identify and execute all the telecommunication actions and information systems required for the facility

    Information System Director

    12

    Develop a introductory marketing plan

    Vice President- Business Development

    13

    Creation of communication package essential for the hospital and community staffs

    Vice President- Business Development

    14

    Arrangment of ground breaking event

    Vice President- Business Development

    15

    Designing assessment tools to determine resident’s requirement on moving into the facility

    Medical Director

     

     

     

     

    Project Schedule

    Outline Number

    Task Name

    Duration

    Start

    Finish

    Predecessors

    1

    Project plan for cost effective delivery of in-patient care

    154 days

    Mon 11/1/99

    Thu 6/1/00

     

    1.1

       Development of budget for every section associated with the operation and project facilitation

    10 days

    Mon 11/1/99

    Fri 11/12/99

     

    1.2

       Supervising design of the building

    12 days

    Mon 11/15/99

    Tue 11/30/99

    2

    1.3

       Preparation of the facility

    10 days

    Wed 12/1/99

    Tue 12/14/99

    3

    1.4

       Identification of all governmental regulationsand industry standards

    10 days

    Wed 12/15/99

    Tue 12/28/99

    4

    1.5

       Policy and procedure development

    12 days

    Wed 12/29/99

    Thu 1/13/00

    5

    1.6

       Develop Management structure

    8 days

    Fri 1/14/00

    Tue 1/25/00

    6

    1.7

       Needs for staffing

    5 days

    Wed 1/26/00

    Tue 2/1/00

    7

    1.8

       Requirement of food services

    5 days

    Wed 2/2/00

    Tue 2/8/00

    8

    1.9

       Requirement of housekeeping

    12 days

    Wed 2/9/00

    Thu 2/24/00

    9

    1.10

       Creation of payroll and account systems essential for operating the facility

    1 day

    Fri 2/25/00

    Fri 2/25/00

    10

    1.11

       Identify and execute all the telecommunication actions and information systems required for the facility

    11 days

    Mon 2/28/00

    Mon 3/13/00

    11

    1.12

       Develop a introductory marketing plan

    14 days

    Tue 3/14/00

    Fri 3/31/00

    12

    1.13

       Creation of communication package essential for the hospital and community staffs

    13 days

    Mon 4/3/00

    Wed 4/19/00

    13

    1.14

       Arrangment of ground breaking event

    15 days

    Thu 4/20/00

    Wed 5/10/00

    14

    1.15

       Designing assessment tools to determine resident’s requirement on moving into the facility

    16 days

    Thu 5/11/00

    Thu 6/1/00

    15

     

    Gantt chart for the project

    Part 1

    Part 2

     

     

    Resource budget schedule