The University of Texas at San Antonio’s Center for Advanced Manufacturing & Lean Systems (CAMLS) is proud to offer this one-day course to the public.
Lean healthcare is a philosophy aimed at delivering safe, effective, and efficient service to patients by continuously driving out all forms of waste or non-value adding activities (i.e., patient waiting times, doctors waiting for rooms, redundant paper work). Typical results include happier and healthier patients as well as financial and cultural organizational benefits. Leaders applying Lean thinking have seen cost reductions of 25-55% and lead time reductions of 50-90% on their Lean projects.
- Overview of lean systems and how they apply to healthcare
- Hands-on simulation game
- Case studies
Upon successful completion of the course, participant will receive UTSA Continuing Education Units (0.7 CEU for 1-day course) and a CAMLS Lean Healthcare Training Certificate.
Who Should Attend
- Healthcare executives
- Physicians and nurses
- Hospital and administrative staff
- Clinical and laboratory staff
- Any other relevant personnel
10% Group Discounts Available
- Current UTSA students and staff
- 3 or more from the same organization (See CAMLS web site for more information)
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Brought to you by a partnership between Extended Education and the Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Lean Systems