PMO Turns Fragmentation to Coordination for Top-Ranked Hospital

Project Management Office

A top-ranked hospital by US World News was operating without a central Project Management Office (PMO) to maintain standards of process in the execution of IT projects. This led to a disconnect from the broader mission-centric business priorities, poor visibility to project progress and coordination, and difficulty measuring the value of completed milestones.

Enter GuideIT. Leveraging their deep knowledge in both healthcare and project management, GuideIT’s subject matter experts built a streamlined PMO and continued to run the office before turning it over to the hospital.

The newly introduced PMO led to better coordination between business users and IT, better alignment in project selection to the common business mission of the organization, and clear visibility to milestone progression. Projects are able to be prioritized earlier in the process leading to more informed financial decisions.