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Applying Lean in Healthcare: A Collection of International Case Studies e-book

Author:

Joe Aherne,John Whelton

Language:

English

Category:

Business

Subcategory:

Management & Leadership

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1878 kb

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Rating:

4.8

Publisher:

Productivity Press; 1 edition (April 21, 2010)

Pages:

247

ISBN:

1439827397

Applying Lean in Healthcare: A Collection of International Case Studies e-book

by Joe Aherne,John Whelton


Joe Aherne is CEO of the Leading Edge Group.

a good resource for those looking to improve patient-centered care. Joe Aherne is CEO of the Leading Edge Group. John Whelton is the Director of North American Operations for the Leading Edge Group.

Joe Aherne, John Whelton. Typically entrenched and systemic, healthcare problems require the sort of comprehensive solutions that can only be addressed by a change in culture and a shift in thinking. Applying Lean in Healthcare: A Collection of International Case Studies demonstrates how honest appraisal, intelligent planning, and vigilant follow-up have led to dramatic improvements in a variety of healthcare settings across the world. It teaches us how innovative organizations can find sustainable solutions to seemingly intractable problems by following a path guided by Lean Thinking.

Applying Lean In Healthcare book. Lean methods may not solve every healthcare problem, but as these cases prove, changing a culture rather than personnel results in more effective sustainable change.

Covering healthcare from clinical to nutritional services, this book providesa collection of international case studies that demonstrate how Lean thinkingcan be applied in the healthcare industry. Applying Lean in Healthcare: A Collection of International Case Studies demons. Taylor & Francis Ltd (Sales), Productivity Press.

The case studies included here show how Lean thinking is being applied to preadmission testing areas, supply rooms, and outpatient clinics, as well as for delivering food to patients and reducing OR eliminating cancellations. a good resource for those looking to improve patient-centered care. Elizabeth K. Moffatt, Pinnacle Health, in AORN Journal, February 2011, Vol. 93 No. 2.

Case Studies in Cancer. Janeway's Immunobiology. Healthcare Process Improvement. Case Studies in Immunology. The Molecules of Life. Living in a Microbial World. Applying Lean in Healthcare: A Collection of International Case Studies. Joe Aherne, John Whelton.

A number of expert contributors offer practical tips. The foreword is by the eminent psychiatry professor, Dr. Jeffrey Clothier. Many health care professionals are frustrated by the disappointing quality and the waste in our health care systems. Patients pay for this directly or through taxation and a worrying number with their lives.

The health care dilemma : a comparison of health care systems in three European countries and the US Elizabeth G. .Applying lean in healthcare : a collection of international case studies Joe Aherne, John Whelton (Eds). Applying Lean in Healthcare (eBook Rental). Armstrong, et al. Health Care Dilemma The: A Comparison Of Health Care Systems In Three European Countries And The Us (eBook). Want to Instill A3 Thinking?

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Typically entrenched and systemic, healthcare problems require the sort of comprehensive solutions that can only be addressed by a change in culture and a shift in thinking. Applying Lean in Healthcare: A Collection of International Case Studies demonstrates how honest appraisal, intelligent planning, and vigilant follow-up have led to dramatic improvements in a variety of healthcare settings across the world. It teaches us how innovative organizations can find sustainable solutions to seemingly intractable problems by following a path guided by Lean Thinking. Lean methods may not solve every healthcare problem, but as these cases prove, changing a culture rather than personnel results in more effective sustainable change.


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