Newsletter: What a Bipartisan Approach to U.S. Health Care Could Look Like

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What a Bipartisan Approach to U.S. Health Care Could Look Like
The proposed American Healthcare Act failed to get adequate support in the U.S. House of Representatives. In a new article published in Harvard Business Review, Catalysis CEO John Toussaint, explains some of the steps elected officials could take to improve healthcare for Americans. 
Now is not the time to let the ACA implode. Read how increasing competition, lowering the cost of care and Medicaid expansion could all be accomplished with a little bipartisan effort. 
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Join Us at a Lean Leadership Series
Want to discover how lean management systems can benefit your organization? We've reserved a seat just for you.
Join us at a Lean Leadership Series and l earn from practitioners who have been successful at lean application in healthcare. 
New Lean Healthcare Symposium
The UC Berkeley Center for Lean Engagement & Research in Healthcare (CLEAR) will host a special research symposium in conjunction with the Lean Healthcare Transformation Summit this June.
The June 6 symposium will feature presentations of recent resear ch on the implementation of lean, and lean in combination with other performance improvement initiatives such as Six Sigma, in healthcare organizations. Attendance is limited to 50 people, so register today.
And save your spot at the 8th Annual Lean Healthcare Transformation Summit in Palm Springs, Calif., June 7-8, 2017. 
Your Guide to Lean Transformation
"Beyond Heroes" and "Management on the Mend"
"Management on the Mend," and "Beyond Heroes" have helped countless health care leaders understand how to apply lean healthcare principles at their organizations, involving every individual and achieving dramatic change.  
We are pleased to offer these two books, written by Catalysis CEO John Toussaint, and Catalysis President Kim Barnas, in this special package. Join your healthcare peers in understanding how to achieve success.
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