Virtual project management helps PMs pivot during the pandemic and rise to the occasion when projects, products, and portfolios shift.
Care Management platforms can’t address high-risk healthcare needs created by the pandemic. Microsolutions fill the gaps with nimble, easy-to-implement, scalable targeted software.
Cohort Care Management can address the needs of four high-risk pandemic populations. Now is the time to pivot population health to cohort care management.
A recent Gartner webinar titled, “The CIO’s Guide to RPA and Introduction to Hyperautomation,” shared how hyperautomation is the direction all automation is going as disparate areas across each organization need to align “digital ambitions” and begin to look for ways to scale automation, as well as find easier ways to discover new, potential use cases for automation.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created a new division in the world between digitized and non-digitized industries. From a human life and economic cost, the virus has been heartbreaking. For those industries who have not been able to offer, adapt, or scale digital versions of their digital services and experiences quickly, the pandemic has been brutal.
There is a principle of linguistics, called the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis, that claims people’s perceptions are relative to their spoken language – that the structure of a language greatly influences the modes of thought and behavior characteristic of the people who speak it.
As User Experience (UX) researchers and advisers, our goal is to provide the right solution to the right problem for the right people. We start by understanding the people we are serving. The best way to understand our users is to immerse ourselves in their world via Ethnographic Interviewing, just as anthropologists immerse themselves in a culture to understand it fully.
The care management solutions market worldwide is projected to grow to $16.9B, driven by a compounded growth of 16.5%. The projected market size is $19.28B by 2023. This market shows healthy, continuing double-digit growth, which covers disease management, case management, and utilization management.
Motivation is the drive to act on a set of goals. These goals may be ours or someone else’s; the drive may come from within (intrinsic motivation) or from an external source (extrinsic motivation). Since motivation varies from person to person in degree and for different things, to improve patient compliance, we need to understand each individual’s motivational traits and create a personalized action plan to satisfy those traits.
While having a project management office (PMO) (the department that sets, maintains, and ensures standards for project management across that organization) has become common practice (85% of organizations have a PMO in place as of 20161), high success rates for PMO performance is not frequent enough.
Gartner recently hosted a webinar on Data & Analytics Leadership and Vision for 2020. In it, Debra Logan, distinguished VP analyst, shared insights from research from their Fourth Annual Chief Data Officer Study, providing guidance for CEOs, CIOs, and CDOs.