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Start 2017 with a Catalysis Webinar (or Two)

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Start 2017 with a Catalysis Webinar (or Two)
Beyond Heroes: Lessons from The Field – Jan. 12, 11 a.m. CT
Sharing lean management principles and methodologies across an entire hospital can be both daunting and highly rewarding. Please join us on for this webinar and discover what Beyond Heroes author, Kim Barnas, has learned about lean implementation, the development of people and sustaining the momentum you have created.

Click here to register for the Beyond Heroes webinar on Jan. 12

 
Kata: A Pattern for Continuous Improvement and Coaching in Healthcare – Jan. 19, 11 a.m. CT
Kata is a pattern or routine that beginners follow on their path to proficiency and expertise within any craft. With continuous improvement in healthcare, everyone has felt like a beginner at one point and many still feel that way. Join us to learn about how kata links to scientific thinking and practice, and provides the information you need to do both rapid-cycle experimentation and the coaching routine that is critical to success.
 
Making The Shift from Volume to Value

 

In the recently featured Harvard Business Review article, “How Atrius Health Is Making the Shift from Volume to Value,” authors Ted Toussaint, Karen DaSilva and John Toussaint, MD discuss how Atrius transitioned from being a fee-for-service provider to one that predominantly relies on value-based payments. Click the link below to read the full article.

How Atrius Health Is Making The Shift from Volume to Value

2017 Lean Leadership Series Registration Now Open

 

Registration for the Lean Leadership Series in Charlotte, North Carolina, April 18-21, is now open.
 
Healthcare leaders who wish to learn from practitioners who have been successful implementing lean methods in healthcare are encouraged to attend. 

Click here to register for the Charlotte, NC Lean Leadership Series event

Lean Healthcare in Tanzania
The Eye Outpatient Department at Comprehensive Community Based Rehabilitation in Tanzania (CCBRT) is the organization’s most sought-after service, attending an average of 300 patients and performing on average 20 surgeries per day. With such high demand, patients faced long wait times. In 2015, CCBRT began its lean journey to reduce wait times and prevent patients from leaving the Eye Outpatient Department without receiving treatment. To find out how CCBRT leaders achieved their goal, click the links below.

 

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