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Health, Safety & Security

Implementing the lean thinking in health care


REF : S7053 DATES: 12 - 16 Oct 2020 VENUE: London (UK) FEE : 4950 

Overview:

Define Lean thinking:

  • Understand what your patients value.
  • Create a culture of Continuous Improvement.
  • Use data to drive improvement.
  • Identify and eliminate waste.

Who Should Attend:
All of the following attendees will benefit from this program:

  • Healthcare executives.
  • Physicians.
  • Nurses.
  • Clinical staff.
  • Industrial and management engineers.
  • Laboratory and specialized healthcare services.
  • Insurance company staff.
  • Pharmaceutical staff.

Course content:
Practical Problem Solving and A3 Thinking:

  • Introduce the Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) formatted problem solving process.
  • Create an understanding of the A3 thinking process and how it can be used in problem solving.
  • Practice the process in a group setting.
  • Go away with a sense of how you might use the process to improve results in your organization.

Lean Leadership and Change Management:

  • Learn how to lead efforts in which tools and methods learned during can be put into practice.
  • Better understand your role as a leader in Lean transformation.
  • Understand Lean implementation as a change initiative.
  • Return home with a sense of direction about how to improve results in your organization.
  • Explain Lean principles, systems, and tools and discuss how, when, and why they apply to healthcare environments.
  • Explain how implementing Lean thinking is intended to create sustainable organizational culture change.
  • Describe the features and attributes of a Lean culture and the Lean Transformation Model.
  • Apply Lean principles and methodologies to improve work processes and systems.
  • Demonstrate effective coaching skills for developing problem-solving capabilities in others.
  • Examine your own role and function pertaining.
  • Analyze the application of Lean principles, systems, and tools for organizational improvement.
  • Identify gaps between the current state and the desired future state of your organization or unit.