I have a medical office workflow created using Visio and TaskMap, consisting of 17 tasks. Each task is depicted visually within 1 small graphic image, and is defined with a responsible person for the task, 1 or 2 supporting roles, a short task description (what the task is), amount of time normally taken for the task, frequency of task, tools used for the task and guidelines, if any.
I need some one to look at this workflow as a whole, that I would give on 1 landscape sheet, understand each task and the whole thoroughly, and do a short 3-4 line write up explaining and describing each task clearly in a way that any lay person can understand the whole process easily.
I'll be providing a word document broken into 2 columns, the first of which will consist of the task graphics, 3 or 4 to a page. You will need to put the write up you created for a task, against that particular task into the 2nd column in the word document.
This document needs to be neat and clear and in a style that will look good when published as a report. So you will need to see that it is formatted properly. The english needs to be layman friendly, free of spelling mistakes, correct gramatically and in &quot;American&quot; english style. Each task should not take more than 5 minutes to do. I have attached a sample page herewith. Please review it before bidding. I need to decide and outsource this latest by tomorrow so that I can have the same back before Monday July 23rd, '07 before 2:00 PM EST. In case we need to communicate, I should be able to talk to you using either Yahoo Chat, Google or Skype.
I will own the copyrights exclusively. You are not allowed to resell, reuse, or give away these articles.
I am willing to pay upto $20.00 to get this done after satisfactory delivery of the same, either by Paypal or via GAF. Please do not bid if you cannot get it done within this budget and within the time provided.
PLEASE DO NOT BID WITHOUT READING THE PROJECT PROPERLY. ALSO, PLEASE DO NOT BID IF YOU CANNOT BID WITHIN THE PRICE I GAVE IN THE BID. I have pushed the project forward by a day to Tuesday July 24th, '07.