We are pleased to announce the roll-out of our PM3 project, portfolio management tool by the Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn NHS Foundation Trust.
After a software evaluation, Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn NHS Foundation Trust has selected PM3 as their PMO Platform.
David Walton, Director of Bestoutcome says:
“We are delighted that Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn has chosen PM3 to help manage its projects and programmes.
Initially, PM3 will be used to manage a number of key programmes including: Better Hospital Cost Improvement Programme (CIP) and a range of digital programmes to support its modernisation agenda.”
Phil Tydeman, Director of Transformation says:
“We selected PM3 because we liked its simple interface and tailored NHS functionality.
Some of our team had already used PM3 and could attest to its capability and applicability to the NHS.
We could also see the cost and time saving that PM3 would deliver us.
Our project managers can now work in one standard way and the project / programme highlight reports can be automatically generated from PM3.
This will save time and more importantly support delivery of programmes to improve patient care and experience.
One of our goals in using PM3 is to have one set of standards and documentation all driven by PM3.”
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH)has circa 500 beds, 28 wards and serves a population of around 331,000 people who are living in three counties of Norfolk, Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire.
The QEH serves patients on the borders of Norfolk, Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire, and are commissioned by clinical commissioning groups from these three counties to provide acute hospital services.
Bestoutcome specialises in Portfolio, Programme and Project Management, always focusing on the overall outcome to ensure successful business change.
Bestoutcome’s flagship PPM tool, PM3 is being used by a arrange of clients in the private, public and charity sectors.
Bestoutcome has ISO27001 and cyber essentials accreditations. PM3 has been tailored for the NHS and is the number #1 PPM / PMO tool in the NHS.