SESSIONS 3:40 P.M. - 4:55 P.M.
USING 3P IN LEAN HEALTHCARE FACILITY DESIGN
Mike Wroblewski Senior Consultant, KAIZEN Institute USA
Using a variation from the Lean manufacturing world, the Production Preparation Process (3P) is one part of an overall Lean design approach that includes the rapid testing of ideas and the embedding of Lean principles into process and workspace design in the shortest time possible. With primary focus on patients, the 3P approach challenges us to reinvent the healthcare experience from the ground up –for patients, physicians and staff – to achieve breakthrough results in satisfaction, patient safety, clinical outcomes and operating performance.
In this session, the topics covered: Differences between traditional production preparation approaches and 3P
What is 3P (Production Preparation Process)? Looking at layout designs that dramatically improve the 7 flows of healthcare
The focus on the patient experience in the healthcare design How to use a process evaluation criteria in using the 7-3-1 method to selection the best design
Seeing the application of life-sized scale modeling to evaluate design options
Case studies and what we learned 4:55 P.M. - 5:00 P.M.
CLOSING Jean Ann Larson, FHIMSS, FACHE Vice President of Clinical and Quality Services, Children’s Medical Center
CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS
Upon request, IIE will award continuing education units (CEUs) to participants who attend the educational sessions and complete the CEU request form. The Institute of Industrial Engineers has been reviewed and approved as a certified provider of continuing education programs by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training. For the day program .6 CEUs earned and Professional Development Hours (6 PDHs) are also available.
CEUs and PDHs available
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