URGENT BSA/411 Week 5 Assignment Due in a couple hours

timer Asked: Jun 16th, 2014

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I need a couple pages of these 2 areas added to a paper of mine. It is due within a few hours? They just added me and I have a ton of work I am doing. 

Business System Analysis Methodology Project.doc  
  • Approach to use of the methodology in decision-making and analysis delivery. Include the following:
    • Tangible and intangible benefits
    • Feasibility of the technology, human resources, financial, and organizational impact
    • Recommendation(s)
  • Monitoring and evaluation. Include the following:
    • Procedures for handoff to development and implementation teams
    • Schedule for post-implementation audit

Business System Analysis Methodology Project Problem Identification Patton-Fuller Community Hospital currently does not have the ability to track customers from check-in to all other departments, until the patient has checked-out. This has led to the proposal of a patient management system. The proposal of a patient management system can be justified based on end-user and overall organizational issues with the current system and its inability to track customers. These issues include: List of issues leading the organization to believe it needs a patient management system. 1. Patients cannot be tracked from check-in to check-out, so the movement of patients from one department to another is recorded separately by each department without recording what department the patient is coming from or going to. 2. Recent occurrence of a patient receiving the wrong blood type has prompted a review of the current system 3. Open bed tracking – hospital is unable to track its capacity for taking on or moving patients. 4. Tracking correspondence of patient’s visit including treatments, lab results, comments, and projected discharge date. List of user issue with current system in place 1. When making appointments user cannot see or view if other departments have scheduled appointments for the same patient. 2. Patient personal information including vitals (Blood Pressure, Heart Rate, any medications, blood type) is not easily accessible on the current system 3. Method of Payment – How is the treatment being funded and tracked for account reconciliation? Insurance, Cash, Government Program? 4. Inability to track how long a patient has been staying at the hospital under the care of a specific department, leading to issues concerning scheduling movement of the patient to other departments, facilities, or home. In some cases leading to patients staying longer than necessary. 5. When a department is moving a patient from one department to another they have no idea the availability of beds or rooms, unless calling ahead of time. 6. Lab results or x-ray results must be written on charts and passed along from one department to another, whereas having the ability to post results into a patient management system would allow immediate access of the results in real-time, as well as ensure patient confidentiality. Completeness of Analysis Checklist To ensure a complete analysis of the identified business situation the following feasibility study list has been used: • Analyze technical feasibility • Analyze economic feasibility • Analyze organizational feasibility Project Management Success Factors In order for the implementation of the patient management system project to stay on track and follow project management guidelines and procedures, project management success factors must include a working plan, proper project staffing, and a thorough project plan instructing the project team exactly how to go about developing the patient management system. Where to Start The project team and project manager must start with a complete analysis of the current system. The analysis of the current system will consist of systems modeling and elicitation of requirements through observation and interviews. The analysis will lead to a determination of what the new patient management system will do to provide the needed value to the Patton-Fuller Community Hospital Mitigation of Risk Imposed in Application of the Methodology Cost Benefit In order to mitigate the risks associated with the analysis of the current system, Patton-Fuller Community Hospital will utilize Software as a Service (SaaS) vendor. While, the initial cost may be high, the benefit of having project team members from the vendor will ensure a proper analysis of the current system. This will benefit the organization as it will assist in the design of the patient management system. Net present value The cost associated with a proper analysis ensures a beneficial patient management system is designed and implemented correctly. Patton-Fuller Community Hospital’s ability to track patients will improve customer satisfaction, as they will checkin and check-out as quickly and smoothly as possible. The improvement of customer satisfaction will lead to return customers and an increase in the organizations net present value (NPV). Least-Cost Alternative The use of a software as a vendor (SaaS) may mitigate risks concerning in-house technical knowledge of analyzing the project, but may not be feasible due to budget restraints. In order to mitigate the risk of going over project budget, the alternative is a complete in-house project analysis. Cost/Economic Analysis Decision Evaluation Matrix The project manager will mitigate risk associated with decisions made during the analysis process by using a decision evaluation matrix. The decision evaluation matrix will consist of an analysis deliverables list and a list of solutions to meet the analysis deliverable. The project manager will match the best solution to use during the analysis process to meet the intended deliverable. Risk analysis Section 5 (Approach to use of the methodology in decision-making and analysis delivery.) Lindsay King Section 6 (Monitoring and evaluation.)???????????

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