Lean Training Yields Many Benefits
Improvements include clinical quality, patient experience, staff satisfaction and financial savings
Here is an article for the Wellspan Health newsletter from Monday, May 14, 2012.
I have been a proponent of A3 Problem Solving for some time. I think it offers the CME professional a structured approach to use for several purposes. It can provide a systematic, sustainable repeatable framework for developing P I CME activities. It can be used as an approach to guide improvement initiatives in ones own CME operation. It gives the CME professional tools to use in understanding and participating in organizational quality improvement initiatives in many healthcare settings. Bottom line is that it works. Do yourself a favor and read about A3 Problem Solving. It might be something you will find adds value to your CME operation and your ability to participate in larger organizational improvement efforts.