Enhancing the performance of public healthcare systems: the Focused Management way
Public healthcare systems are struggling today to cope with reduced budgets and increasing demand. State-of-the-art methods and tools for significant increases in throughput of hospitals, clinics and laboratories using the existing resources together with dramatic reduction in lead times of processes will be introduced and discussed.
Focus will be on issues like Emergency Room (ER) and Internal Medicine wards synchronization, reduction of the length of stay in internal Medicine wards with improved quality of the medical care, increasing the throughput of the Operating Rooms (ORs), reducing the length of stay in the Emergency Room (ER), improving the throughput and response time of labs and imaging clinics, and cutting over-hospitalization and excessive tests and consultation calls.
Main topics of workshop:
- Focus on value and the global view of the hospital
- Optimizer’s approach vs. Satisficer’s approach
- The Complete-Kit concept
- Throughput enhancement using the TOC methodology
- Lead time reduction methods
- Flow assurance and elimination of waste
- Performance measures and incentives
- Sustainable implementation
Workshop will comprise of interactive discussions and in-class group assignments that will be based on real-world examples brought forward by the participants. register
Duration: 8 hours
Place: LITEXPO, Laisvės ave. 5, Vilnius
Audience: Hospital staff, management or professionals
Mr. Shimeon Pass is an expert in Value Enhancement and implementation of advanced management concepts in service, manufacturing and the public sector. He has been leading numerous Value Enhancement projects in R&D, telecommunication, financial services, retail, insurance, public and private hospitals, the Israeli Health Ministry, and in the Israeli Judicial Authority.
He holds a M.Sc. in Chemistry from Weizmann Institute of Science and an MBA from Tel-Aviv University. Mr. Pass published dozens of management papers in leading journals and co-authored three books on advanced management methods and tools.