Newsletter: Registration Now Open for the 2018 Lean Healthcare Transformation Summit in Chicago!

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Join us June 14-15, 2018 and immerse yourself in the Lean Healthcare Transformation community. Get inspired and discover the strategies you need to transform your healthcare organization. 
The annual Lean Healthcare Transformation Summit is all about you - no matter where you are on your transformation journey.
  • Hear from healthcare leaders from the US and around the world as they share their valuable insights on improving patient care, creating value and enhancing quality.
  • Learn, share and connect as you participate in sessions perfectly suited for lean leaders, MDs, and beginners.
  • Build important relationships for your own personal learning network.
Stay Connected #HCSummit18
Webinar: When Leaders Collaborate
A good place to start learning about healthcare transformation, Management on the Mend provides examples of healthcare transformations at these 11 organizations:
Palo Alto Medical Foundation
Winona Health
Salem Health
Lehigh Valley Health Network
Seattle Children’s
MemorialCare Health System
Michigan Medicine
Providence Little Company of Mary
Free webinar Nov 29th at 1 pm ET: When Leaders Collaborate: Finding the A-Ha Moments That Lead to Lean Transformation
Presented by: John Toussaint, MD, Paul Pejsa of Catalysis with KaiNexus
Learning objectives:
  • Discover the three primary benefits of collaborating with peers
  • Hear real-world examples of lean collaboration results
  • Create an action plan to enhance your collaborating to drive lean transformation
Are Providers Spending More Time with EHR than with Patients?
US physicians spend countless hours interacting with EHR systems, contributing to work–life imbalance, dissatisfaction, high rates of attrition, and a burnout rate exceeding 50%.
Factors that have led to decreased face time with patients are:
  • Increased structured documentation requirements
  • Computerized physician order entry (CPOE)
  • Inbox management
  • Patient portals
  • Redistribution of tasks previously performed by clinical staff to clinicians
A growing number of organizations are experimenting with successful strategies to work closely with providers in the improvement of the delivery of care. Designing the Plan to Engage Providers is an innovative two-day program that addresses the root cause of poor provider engagement in improvement. Participants will learn how to create a plan specific to your organization’s needs.
Patient Flow at Seattle Children's Hospital
Seattle Children's Patient Flow "I think every one of us would like to have this experience for our children." ~ John Toussaint, MD.
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100 W. Lawrence St. Suite 422
Appleton, WI 54911

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