- July 19, 2017
- November 9, 2017
$1,000 per participant
This engaging seminar shows participants how lean design principles can help health care organizations create and redesign better buildings and spaces, improve quality and safety, reduce staff burden, and increase patient and staff satisfaction.
Credits or Certifications
Virginia Mason Institute Certificate of Completion
- Virginia Mason Institute in Seattle, Washington
Executives, service line leaders, facility project managers, designers, planners and construction professionals will learn how the lean principles of the Virginia Mason Production System can help them produce better buildings and spaces with real value for patients and clinicians.
- Tour of lean facility design at Virginia Mason
- Analysis of lean facility design used at Virginia Mason
- Overview of the Virginia Mason Production System
Participants will leave the seminar understanding how lean methods in facility design and remodeling projects reduce waste, improve quality, enhance safety, reduce staff burden and exceed patient expectations.
3P (Production Preparation Process) Facilitation
Through energetic and innovative facilitation, we provide direction and guidance to enable participants to envision, create and simulate a future-state vision designed to correct their organization’s current-state challenges and limitations.
Creating Flow in the Ambulatory Setting
This interactive workshop shows participants how to identify duplicate and wasteful work, use standard lean tools to deconstruct and redefine their work and their team members’ work, increase quality and overcome implementation obstacles.
This workshop shows participants how to apply lean tools and methods in their day-to-day business to drive improvements that create value, eliminate waste and reduce staff’s burden of work — all in pursuit of the perfect patient experience.
Advanced Lean Training
This intensive learning experience uses hands-on exercises to enable participants to deepen their lean learning, refine their skills and build the capacity to teach, coach and mentor others in the tools and methods of a lean management system.