DENVER, CO, September 03, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Risk management in the hospital setting is complex. Too often it is viewed as "risk elimination," resulting in complex solutions that add an increased burden on caregivers, slow the process of care, and cost more than they save. In this one-day workshop, participants will learn another way to view risk management--through the lens of Lean.
By applying Lean principles, healthcare environments can better understand processes that fail and redesign them to eliminate waste and improve safety. They can make risk management something that everyone is involved in, and they can focus on the most important aspect of reducing risk: getting it right the first time.
This important workshop is being offered in several locations across the US, with a date coming up in Atlanta.
Workshop: Managing Risk in Healthcare Through Lean
November 5, 2013
The workshop is led by Dr. Ed Boudreau, chief medical officer at BMGI and CEO of Emergency Physicians Insurance Company, and David Silverstein, CEO of BMGI. Based on their experience, they will share not only the principles of Lean thinking, but also specific applications in the healthcare environment--from the pharmacy to the ER, and trauma surgery to the back office.
After attending this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Assess their capability to estimate complex probabilities.
- Understand how to reduce variation in processes and eliminate costly waste.
- Start down the path of applying Lean within healthcare environments.
for the Atlanta session today!
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