Effective communication ensures that stakeholders are aware of the project plan. A communication plan includes a defined process for delivering information, including what information should be disseminated, what channels will be used to deliver the information, and to which stakeholders.

Part I:

  1. Identify and describe the stakeholders who need to be included in the communication plan. Explain their role, why their involvement is important, and what information needs to be communicated to each stakeholder or stakeholder group.
  2. Evaluate what tools or channels are available and how these will be used to communicate information to the different stakeholders.
  3. Analyze the types of events that generate a need to communicate.
  4. Propose who is responsible for delivering the communication and who is responsible for ensuring the information is received and comprehended. Describe how you will maintain open communication with stakeholders. Include requirements for frequency of communication, channels for feedback, expectations for stakeholders, etc.

Part II:

create a communication document or presentation that will be used during your stakeholder meeting and demonstrates mutual respect and shared values.

Cite to a minimum of three sources to complete this assignment. Sources must be published within the past 5 years and appropriate for health care and health informatics content.