Performance Improvement for Healthcare: Leading Change

Performance Improvement for Healthcare: Leading Change Publisher s Note Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the productOVEN STRATEGIES FOR REVOLUTIONIZING HEALTHCARE SYSTEMSIf I had to sum up this book in one word, the word would be brilliant This is one of the most insightful books on TOC, not just for healthcare, that I have ever readBOB SPROULL, author of The Ultimate Improvement Cycle Maximizing Profits through the Integration of Lean, Six Sigma, and the Theory of Constraints Performance Improvement for Healthcare Leading Change with Lean, Six Sigma, and Constraints Management lays out an integrated approach for using three industrially based methods to transform hospital operations in terms of patient outcomes and experience, financial viability, and employee satisfaction This pioneering guide presents a scalable strategy for managing bottlenecks, eliminating waste, reducing errors, and containing costs in healthcare organizations, as well as sustaining the gains achieved Real world case studies illustrate successful performance improvement implementations that have realized breakthrough operational and financial resultsVERAGE INCLUDES Constraints Management applications in healthcareThe NOVACES SystemCPI an integrated performance improvement deployment approachThree part assessment strategic gap analysis, system level value stream analysis, and system constraint analysisPlanning a performance improvement program deployment to ensure timely and consistent executionApplying the right tool to the right problem from a system perspectiveSustaining gains achieved by the performance improvement teamDefining a path to self sufficiency

10 thoughts on “Performance Improvement for Healthcare: Leading Change with Lean, Six Sigma, and Constraints Management

  1. Septiara Septiara says:

    This book became my guide basic material for thesis completion This is very supportive explanation to understand the theory of constraints that was founded by Goldratt in 1984 Originally, those theory could only be used for industrial engineering and economics fields Suprisingly this book provides an expalanation of the theory of constraints, derived from modification from Goldratt s approach f

  2. Warren Warren says:

    Quality and cost reduction, you can achieve both, so says co author Dan Chauncey, in this video from NOVACES also Bahadir Inozu s brief explanation of Lean, Six Sigma and constraints management It s about using the right tool at the right time you don t need to use a screw driver to open a can and Chauncey also share their thoughts o Quality and cost reduction, you can achieve both, so says co aut

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