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Newsletter: Leadership Behaviors are Key to Cultural Change

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  Earn CE credits while developing new skills. EDUCATION   EVENTS   STORE   NETWORKS   RESOURCES Martin’s Point Health Care was an early adopter of lean concepts in healthcare, and its use of lean has progressively matured since 2010. As the organization progressed on their continuous improvement journey they realized that a critical component for culture change was […]

Newsletter: Is Lean Making a Difference in Healthcare?

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EDUCATION   EVENTS   STORE   NETWORKS   RESOURCES The Center for Lean Engagement & Research in Healthcare (CLEAR) is assessing the extent to which lean management philosophy, practices and tools have been adopted and implemented in U.S. hospitals. CLEAR set out to find answers to these questions: What percent or hospitals in the US are engaging in lean or […]

Newsletter: Can Changes in Operations Management Improve Patient Care?

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  Don’t miss out on our upcoming workshops. EDUCATION   EVENTS   STORE   NETWORKS   RESOURCES The rate of change in the business of healthcare has been extraordinarily fast in the past two decades. The shift to electronic medical records, mergers that create giant hospital systems, nationwide plans to insure more (or less) people—all of these systemic transformations […]

Newsletter: How to Improve Governance Through Principles

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  EDUCATION   EVENTS   STORE   NETWORKS   RESOURCES The value imperative is challenging boards to apply Lean principles to governance processes. Many boards are composed of community leaders who are accomplished executives from other industries. Often, these well-meaning board members want to apply their business acumen to the operations of the hospital or health system. Instead, they should be encouraged to focus most of their […]

Newsletter: Celebrating 10 Years of Transforming Healthcare

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  EDUCATION   EVENTS   STORE   NETWORKS   RESOURCES Our vision is to transform the healthcare industry to deliver higher value through experiments, collaboration, and education that spreads learning and accelerates improvement. A lot has happened over the last 10 years – and we want to share some of the milestones with you! The Catalysis Healthcare Value Network […]

Newsletter: No One Likes to Change but We All Like to Improve

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  EDUCATION   EVENTS   STORE   NETWORKS   RESOURCES The 9th annual Lean Healthcare Transformation Summit in Chicago, IL was a great success. We enjoyed learning, sharing, and connecting with healthcare leaders from around the world. Here are a few key learnings from the week: The executive team should be the coaches and teach new leaders. The hardest […]

Newsletter: Evolving Leadership to Support a Culture of Continuous Improvement

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  Make informed strategic choices to sustain transformation improvement EDUCATION   EVENTS   STORE   NETWORKS   RESOURCES Martin’s Point Health Care was an early adopter of lean concepts in healthcare, and its use of lean has progressively matured since 2010. As the organization progressed on their continuous improvement journey they realized that a critical component for culture change […]

Newsletter: Personal Experiences from Lean Healthcare Leaders

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  A learning system for healthcare strategy EDUCATION   EVENTS   STORE   NETWORKS   RESOURCES This year’s Lean Healthcare Transformation Summit has an impressive line up of keynote speakers who have influenced change in their organizations and inspired others in their cultural transformations.   Can you match these speakers with their background? Check your answers If you are […]

Newsletter: How to Adapt to Changing Customer Needs and Market Conditions

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  Understanding Continuous Improvement and Innovation in Healthcare EDUCATION   EVENTS   STORE   NETWORKS   RESOURCES We know that many of you have seen firsthand the impact that continuous improvement and innovation can have on a healthcare organization. At Catalysis we have visited more than 200 organizations in 19 countries and have seen these efforts make a difference […]