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Write a 1,400-1,700-word Project Plan for an educational program on supply chain to be implemented in a large academic hospital, Overview for that includes the following:

1) A description of the project. Include a list (1, 2, 3, 4, etc.) of at least 4 high level deliverables (specific and tangible). Use Nouns to describe your deliverables.

2) The problem/result statement (What is the project going to solve or achieve?)

3) A mission justification (How does the project relate to the mission and goals of your organization?)

4) Complete a project scope statement as shown on page 104. (Refer to the section labeled "Step 1: Defining the Scope" and the Snapshot from Practice: High-Level Scope in Chapter 4 of the Project Management reading.)

5) A brief description of how you expect to measure the success of the project in quantifiable terms (include specific metrics/numbers).

6) Two best practices in project management that could be applied to the project to ensure its success (You will need to conduct research on the Internet and in the Library to identify these.)

7) Three key learning points from the "Selecting and Initiating Projects" simulation that you will apply as you work on your Project Plan

Use items 1 - 7 as section headings in your paper.

please note references in apa style

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Write a 1,400-1,700-word Project Plan for an educational program on supply chain to be implemented in a large academic hospital, Overview for that includes the following:

1) A description of the project. Include a list (1, 2, 3, 4, etc.) of at least 4 high level deliverables (specific and tangible). Use Nouns to describe your deliverables.
1. The development of the courses and the prospectus for the educational program.
2. The recruitment of the faculty who will offer the courses.
3. The advertising of the program and the enrolment of students.
4. The booking of the venue for conducting the program.

2) The problem/result statement (What is the project going to solve or achieve?)
The Health Care Supply Chain Professional (HCSCP) program is a new industry educational and certification program created to meet the rapidly changing needs of the hospital supply chain management field.

3) A mission justification (How does the project relate to the mission and goals of your organization?)

From the operating theater to the outpatient clinics, regardless of whether a Health Care Organization is serving emergencies or chronic diseases or is for profit or not-for-profit, the increasingly important role of Health Care Organization supply chain management is affecting all hospitals. Patients already expect good quality at low prices, and speed of delivery is becoming more important. As a result, effective supply chain management has become essential to successfully compete in today's Health Care Organization.
The HCSCP program takes a broad view of the field, extending beyond internal operations to encompass all the steps throughout the Health Care Organization supply chain-from the supplier, through the company, to the end consumer-and provides you with the knowledge to effectively manage the integration of these activities to maximize a hospital's value chain.
After earning the HCSCP designation, the health care professional will
· Learn to boost Health Care Organization productivity, collaboration, and innovation
· Discover how to positively affect Health Care Organization lead times, inventory, productivity, and bottom-line profitability
· Understand how to manage the integration and coordination of Health Care Organization activities to achieve reduced costs and increase efficiencies and patient service
· Gain the knowledge to effectively and efficiently manage Health Care Organization supply chain activities
· Achieve greater confidence and peer and Health Care Organization recognition
· Enjoy the potential for career advancement and increased earnings.
Who is the program meant for?
This program is for Health Care Organization supply chain leaders, Health Care professionals, and purchase employees who are or will be playing a leadership role ...

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