Baylor Health Care System Offers Strong Example of a PMO's Ability to Help Health Systems Manage High IT Demand

Archived Published: 03 March 2011 ID: G00211103


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Sound IT project and portfolio management is a required core competency of large healthcare delivery organizations. Baylor demonstrates a successful approach that emphasizes planned improvement initiatives, within the IT project management office and beyond.

Table of Contents

  • What You Need to Know
  • Analysis
    • Introduction
    • Establishing a New PMO Approach
      • The Challenge
      • Executing a Multifaceted Plan
      • Key Steps
    • Results
    • Critical Success Factors
    • Lessons Learned
    • PMO Next Steps
    • Recommendations
  • Recommended Reading
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