Risk analysis techniques.

Create an integrated risk assessment and quality plan that describes a formal process for performing
quality assurance and control used for risk mitigation. There is no page limit for this assessment.

Note: You must complete Assessment 3 before beginning this assessment.

As a project manager, you are responsible for knowing and understanding the different types of risks that
may arise in designing, implementing, and leading health programs and projects. Whether the risks are
financial, physical, or operational, a leader’s decisions can have far-reaching effects on the organization
and its assets.

By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course
competencies and assessment criteria:

  • Competency 2: Apply leadership skills to develop and guide effective teamwork.

o Determine the appropriate resolution for specific legal and ethical issues on a project.

  • Competency 3: Apply project management and leadership skills to accomplish organizational goals.

o Apply project risk analysis techniques to evaluate risk on a project.

o Develop an action plan for responding to identified risks on a project.

o Develop a plan for performing quality assurance and quality control on a project.

  • Competency 4: Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations
    for professionals in health administration.

o Write clearly and concisely in a form and style consistent with professional health administration project
management communications.

Note: You must complete Assessment 3 before beginning this assessment. Continue using the workplace
scenario from the previous assessments. The audience for this assessment would be a work supervisor
and senior management.

This is a three-part assessment. Each part will be assembled into a final document (titled Risk Assessment
and Quality Plan), addressed to senior leadership and structured in a form and style consistent with
professional health administration project management communications.

  1. Arisk assessment using at least two risk analysis techniques.
  2. Arisk matrix using the Risk Matrix Template, linked in the Required Resources.
  3. A quality assurance and control plan.

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