Program and Project Management

ProspHire manages the complexities of large-scale programs and allows clients to run their business. Our seasoned program and project managers (many of whom are PMP-certified) oversee and execute programs using a myriad of project management methodologies (Waterfall, Agile, Six Sigma, Scrum, Hybrid, etc.) to drive results.

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Outcomes

Regardless of the project management methodology that is right for an organization, ProspHire has the experienced team to lead the design and execution of programs and projects to achieve goals within the defined scope, time and budget.

Responsibility matrix
Improved speed to market
Improved communication models
Clearly defined requirements
Alignment with stakeholders
Improved project productivity

Deliverables

ProspHire’s customizable methods and tools increase speed to market and provide a consistent approach to managing projects throughout the full lifecycle, from initiation and planning to project close-out.

  • Project management strategy
  • RAID Logs with actionable steps
  • Budgeting strategy
  • Project Plan with timelines
  • Customized tracking metrics
  • Cutover Plan
Case study

Developing a Project Management Office for an MCO

ProspHire stood up an internal Project Management Office (PMO) to complete a large-scale system implementation on time, within scope and under budget.

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Hannah Hass is a PMP-certified Senior Manager at ProspHire, responsible for the Firm’s Program and Project Management (PMO) service offering. She has extensive experience developing and leading large-scale programs and implementations for healthcare organizations, with a focus on the Medicaid and Medicare markets. Hannah’s approach to project management can be applied to various project methodologies (e.g., Agile, Scrum, Waterfall) and is tailored to fit individual client needs. Her “early and often” approach to stakeholder engagement results in early risk identification and mitigation, leading to successful program execution.