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We are excited to announce that Mike Boucher (VP, Lean Advisors) and Alain Rabeau (Senior Consultant, Intersol Ltd.) will be presenting at the Innovations in Healthcare Process Improvement: Enhancing the Patient Experience, Achieving Better Results Conference May 5-6, 2015 … Continue reading
Mistake-Proofing (or Poka Yoke) prevents mistakes from being made or makes the mistake obvious at a glance, so that corrective action can be taken before a patient is harmed. It’s a common sense approach to create low-cost, effective design changes that reduce errors. Learn techniques for eliminating defects, improving quality and streamlining work. Register Here! Continue reading
Online Certification Available for Healthcare Organizations.
Lean Advisors Online, is pleased to announce that Quality Healthcare Network (QHN.CA) now endorses their industry leading Online Yellow and Green Belt Certification Courses for Healthcare Organizations worldwide. Read More Continue reading
Lean Advisors Online now offers Online Yellow and Green Belt Certification Programs for Lean Healthcare.
Our Online Certification courses, developed in partnership with Healthcare Organizations, the Ministry and our e-learning partner, are flexible, affordable and tailored specifically for the Healthcare sector. Individuals earn a valuable credential and enrich their contribution to lead Lean business process improvement initiatives and promote effective cultural change. Learn More Continue reading
Lean Advisors is pleased to announce that Larry Cote, President of Lean Advisors Inc will be speaking at the Taming of the Queue Conference in Ottawa, Ontario on March 21st. The topic of his session will be Taking a systems approach to wait times. Continue reading
“I would be honored to be a reference for you. Our LEAN activities are going very well. If fact, I have re-energized our efforts recently asking for each department to update their current/future state maps along with a list of … Continue reading
Join us for a Free Webinar! Management Capacity: Creating Standard Leadership Roles for the Lean Supervisor
Managers, Supervisors, Team Leaders have challenging jobs!
They are fighting fires while responding to pressures from both the organization above and staff below. Meanwhile, they are being told to cut costs, improve quality and improve service. We will show you how to free up management time by understanding executive priorities and analyzing management activities, creating Standard Leadership Roles. Continue reading
Not all senior leaders have the vision, understanding or have bought in to making Lean a priority.
This is one of the critical steps and foundation blocks that must be in place to ensure the success of any Lean Transformation and Organizational Culture Change. During our Lean Executive Morning we brainstormed the root causes and many possible solutions worth exploring. Read more. Continue reading
Lean Advisors, working with IRAP NRC, has been chosen by Brockville General Hospital and Regional facilities to lead their Lean Process Assessment and Transformation.
The end-to-end process in several areas will be assessed and redesigned in order to improve the flow of information, communication and the patient throughout the system. Continue reading
Nowhere is the need for improved efficiency more critical than in emergency rooms, where speedy care is a key component of good care.
The approach, known as lean, has long helped the auto and aerospace industries reduce waste and boost value for customers through continuous small improvements. With a cash strapped government trying to rein in health spending, Ontario hospitals are catching up, spurred by provincial directives to do more with less. Continue reading