Book by Crane MD MBA Jody Noon PHD Chuck
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… for practical reasons there is value in translating TPS to the healthcare arena. Jody Crane and Chuck Noon do this well, providing meaty examples and a level of technical depth that go beyond other Lean healthcare books that I have seen.
—Jeffrey K. Liker, Professor of Industrial and Operations Engineering, University of Michigan, and Shingo Prize-Winning Author of The Toyota Way
… this book will help you and your leadership team create a culture where ‘a community of scientists’ continually improves and better serves patient, hospital, and societal needs— improving quality while simultaneously reducing cost.
—Mark Graban, MS, MBA, Shingo Prize-Winning Author of Lean Hospitals: Improving Quality, Patient Safety, and Employee Satisfaction
… will open your eyes to cutting-edge concepts that drive ED operations…
—Maureen Bisognano, President and CEO, Institute for Healthcare Improvement
In a unique and integrated approach, The Definitive Guide to Emergency Department Operational Improvement: Employing Lean Principles with Current ED Best Practices to Create the "No Wait" Department exposes you to the academics behind managing the complex service environment that is the ED. The book combines applied management science and ED experience to create a model of how to improve your emergency department operations.
After summarizing the current state of emergency medicine, the book offers an in-depth presentation of Lean tools used in the ED along with basic and advanced flow principles grounded in queuing theory and the theory of constraints. It then shows how these concepts are applied in the emergency department and why they work, supported by a comprehensive case study in which Lean principles were used to transform an underperforming ED into a world-class operation.
The authors highlight three commonly referenced intervals in the ED: door to doc (input), doc to disposition (throughput), and disposition to departure (output). After reviewing best practices, the authors explain how to achieve excellence in your own environment by discussing change management, leadership, dealing with resistance, and other critical elements of creating a culture of change. Under any scenario realized by healthcare reform, this book provides the tools and concepts to improve your ED for patients, staff, the organization, and ultimately, society.
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