Innovative healthcare project management for environmental remediation

Hanford Environmental Health Foundation (HEHF) was contracted for occupational health services at the Hanford Site in 1966, charged with protecting the health and safety of industrial workers by providing occupational medicine services, health education, industrial hygiene services, and environmental monitoring and analysis. In the last few years, HEHF has moved toward a public health approach with regard to the delivery of occupational health services and emphasis on prevention, the use of targeted physical exams, and the concept of Health Risk Management. This article describes ways that effective project management has been used to implement new services and is changing the organization.
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