In-Person Chapter Meeting
Important Note: If you are a PMI member from another chapter, please register as a non-chapter member for this event and self-report your PDU credit. Also remember to use the same full name and email ID used for PMI membership.
This event will be recorded for our online audience. If you have any objections, we suggest you register for the virtual chapter meeting.
In-person Event Price: $25 for members and $35 for non-members.
Masks are discretionary for the event. PMIA will be following the States mandated Covid-19 protocols.
Hurry! There are only 150 seats available! We will open at 5:00 pm with dinner (vegetarian and non-vegetarian options available onsite) and informal networking sessions.
5:00 – 6:15 pm : Dinner available
5:45 – 6:15 pm : New member orientation
6:15 – 6:30 pm : Message from our Chapter President & Chapter Updates (0.5 PDU Leadership)
6:30 – 7:30 pm : Project Management using Hybrid Project Delivery (1 PDU Technical)
Starts at 7:30 pm : Post-event Networking
Healthcare: Thriving in a Data-Driven World
Over the past few years, healthcare has gone through a digital transformation. But how do we as project managers navigate and thrive during this transformation to successfully execute data driven healthcare projects? Identifying and understanding healthcare data, expanding our knowledge area beyond project management and implementing best practices to minimize inherent healthcare data risks are key to navigating a healthcare-driven world.
- Identify and understand different types of healthcare data sets and who they are for.
- Understand additional knowledge areas that are required to manage healthcare data projects
- Identify and implement best practices for your healthcare project to minimize and/or mitigate risks
Danielle Ellis is CEO of Insightful Planning, LLC a global B2B consulting company aimed at providing business planning and project management services to multiple sectors within the healthcare industry. As an accomplished healthcare project manager and advanced scrum master, Danielle has the expertise in leading digital health solutions, systems integrations and product launches, and process improvement projects within healthcare. She has a Master of Science in Molecular Pathology from Texas Tech Health Science Center and has worked in the laboratory, biotech, and pharmaceutical industries for the past 15 years.
Outside of work, Danielle is passionate about volunteering and is an active member with the Red Cross. When not volunteering, she enjoys spending time with her family, loves live music and is an avid reader.
For any issues with registration or questions about claiming PDUs, email VP of Professional Development.