The I.S. Revenue Cycle Project Manager is responsible for leading multiple
healthcare IT projects (and/or multiple subprojects of a program) of various
sizes and complexity. To be successful, the individual in this role needs to
demonstrate advanced project management skills ensuring project scope is
aligned with the business objectives, customer expectations are established and
managed, issues and changes are controlled and escalated as needed. The I.S.
Revenue Cycle Project Manager will establish project budget, monitors and approves
expenditures, and work with software vendors (Cerner and others), to ensure
that projects will be completed on time and within budget. The I.S. Revenue Cycle Project
Manager will develop and maintain relationships with project stakeholders to
obtain project objectives, as well as mentor and train individuals within the
organization on established processes, templates, and methodology to drive the
delivery of “repeatable" consistent results.
collaboratively with project stakeholders to develop a comprehensive project
plan including: Scope, Schedule, Budget, Communications, Staffing, Risk and
Issue Management, Test, and Change Management.
/ build / update project schedules, project definition documents, project
plans, status reports, and work breakdown structures.
manage project work within the stated scope.
and execute project work plans in accordance with the Project Definition
Document and revise as appropriate to meet changing needs and requirements.
Manage projects through the lifecycle stages. Constantly monitor and report on
progress of the project to all stakeholders as needed. Meet with customers and
internal stake holders to effectively communicate project expectations in a
timely and clear manner. Successfully
deliver projects on time, on budget and within project scope. Assist in driving
project management governance, methods, methodologies, and tool acceptance.
& Risk Management
RAIDC logs (Risk, Action, Issue, Decision, Changes). Efficiently identify and
solve project issues as they arise.
/ implement project organization and communication plans which enable the
project team to effectively work together to meet project objectives.
Communicate accurate, timely status information to the PMO and stakeholders.
meeting agendas and meeting minutes, schedule and lead regularly recurring
status meetings, distribute meeting documentation, and maintain and monitor
action item listings as necessary. Facilitate and lead meetings and steering
committee meetings by being well-prepared and adhering to topics.
and manage project Change Requests and implement approved requests to achieve