Expectations - what does your Healthcare Organization and Clients or Users expect to obtain from the project or product in terms of initial functionality, future functionality, system performance, system availability, data converted, integration with existing systems, access to data, time frame for delivery, ease of use, upgrades to technology infrastructure, training, rollout and support.
Process - covers how is/was the healthcare project designed, how are changes requested and recorded, how is development done, what is the testing methodology, how are bugs reported and regressed, how are changes and status documented and communicated.
Assimilation Plans - is your healthcare organization or your client's organization ready for the project/product, what is the communications plan, what are the training plans, what documentation will be provided.
Deployment Plans - how are you planning to deploy the project/product, a single implementation, or staged implementations, is there an existing system that needs to run in parallel, what are the support plans for the user community's initial rollout, is there a fallback process in case of problems.
Organization - who are and what are the roles and responsibilities of all of the team members needed for a successful healthcare project/product, how do they communicate with each other, do they have the required skillsets and sufficient staffing in their roles.
Architecture - what is the technology architecture, can it support the system performance expectations, can it support the future plans expected for the healthcare project, does it meet the availability requirements of the project.