List the measures you would adopt to accomplish the step successfully. Describe the methodology and steps you would perform to accomplish this task, then narrate the three tasks that you would perform to close the project.

Topic: EHR Implementation Phase II Step 4, 5, and 6

Step 4: Monitoring and Controlling Scope Creep, time, tasks, budget, and quality

Your manager mentioned to you that Scope Creep results in both delay in project completion and hike in cost due to inflation and more work and advised you to ensure that the Scope Creep is either avoided or minimized, project tasks are completed on time and within the budget.
He asked you to list the measures you would adopt to accomplish this step successfully.

He referred you to following resources also.
Health Information Management: Concepts, Principles and Practice. 6th Ed: Chapter 26 – Project Management Constraints; pgs. 852-853.
Project Time Management Process Plan https://www.thebalancecareers.com/what-is-project-time-management-3879177
Project Monitoring & Controlling | 16 Best Practices for a Successful Project https://blog.masterofproject.com/project-monitoring-controlling-process/
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What is Scope Creep? – Definition from Techopedia
Here Is What the Project Time Management Process Plan Includes
Project Monitoring & Controlling | 16 Best Practices

Step 5: EHR Testing: Unit testing, Integrated testing, Performance Testing 
Now that your team has implemented the EHR, you will test whether it performs the desired functions and meet the requirements. Three (3) most common types of IT system testing are:

Unit Testing or Component Testing implies that the individual components (clinical, administrative, pharmacy, lab., digital imaging, etc.) of the EHR system function as desired and specified in the RFP; Integrated Testing means that these components function in harmony and interoperate; and Performance Testing (also called stress testing or maximum load testing) ensures that the system performs normally under maximum or significant load (happens in the morning when all staff starts working with EHR) to check for robustness, availability and error handling beyond the normal operational capacity.

You were advised by your manager to schedule these tests. Thus, your team will undertake the above three types of testing before Closing or Signing off the project.

He asked you to describe the methodology and steps you would perform to accomplish this task.

You were asked to consult the following resources before proceeding.
EHR Testing Plan https://www.healthit.gov/resource/electronic-health-record-ehr-system-testing-plan
Electronic Health Record (EHR) System Testing Plan https://www.healthit.gov/sites/default/files/playbook/pdf/ehr-system-testing-plan.pdf
What is difference between Unit Testing and Integration Testing? http://www.softwaretestingclass.com/what-is-difference-between-unit-testing-and-integration-testing/  and https://stackoverflow.com/questions/5357601/whats-the-difference-between-unit-tests-and-integration-tests
What are Unit Testing, Integration Testing and Functional Testing? https://codeutopia.net/blog/2015/04/11/what-are-unit-testing-integration-testing-and-functional-testing/
What is Stress testing in software http://tryqa.com/what-is-stress-testing-in-software/

Step 6: Closing and signing off, also called Completion 
Closing or signing off the project or declare project completion means formally termination of the project that involves three main steps: release of resources (dissolve the project team); document lessons learned (lapses or shortcomings that will be used as references for future projects); and celebration. Now that the project is completed you need to finally terminate it.

Your manager asked you to narrate the three tasks that you would perform to close the project.
He also told you to consult the following resources for additional information.
How to Close a Project https://www.simplilearn.com/how-to-close-a-project-article
Four Steps You Must Take When Closing Your Project https://www.quickbase.com/blog/four-steps-you-must-take-when-closing-your-project
5 Steps to Project Closure https://www.projectmanager.com/blog/project-closure

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How to Close a Project Successfully in Project Management
Four Steps You Must Take When Closing Your Project
Blog – Hayes | MDaudit
5 Steps to Project Closure (Checklist Included) – ProjectManager.com

List the measures you would adopt to accomplish the step successfully. Describe the methodology and steps you would perform to accomplish this task, then narrate the three tasks that you would perform to close the project.