Share Hospital streamlines medication deliveryLearn More » Although high-tech innovations, like automated medication dispensers and electronic medical records (EMR), are meant to make work easier, often the results of adopting these technologies disappoint. Improved registration, triage and unit set-upLearn More » The ER staff at a mountain states hospital was experiencing difficulty delivering services in a way that achieved the desired degree of patient satisfaction. Improving patient flow in surgery centerLearn More » The surgery center at a Tennessee hospital shared a common problem with most surgery centers: the flow of patients was not as efficient as it could be, resulting in patient waits and caregiver delays. OR tracking event answers question: “Where’s my patient?"Learn More » A Kaizen event usually lasts five days, so asking busy clinicians and hospital staffers to participate is a big request. Reduce patient wait timeLearn More » The OR staff at a Texas hospital was challenged with the difficult task of satisfying both patient and physician needs in a constantly changing environment. Timely patient discharges improves service, satisfies patientsLearn More » Hospitals everywhere struggle to make discharge a smooth and efficient process. This private, 120-bed surgical-focused hospital in the United Kingdom with a nine-bed Level 3 intensive care unit was no exception. Kaizen results in drastic transformations in cardiac services unitLearn More » At a Tennessee medical center’s cardiac services unit, time was the primary focus of quality for the patient. However, time was at a premium for the department. Saving time meant getting a diagnosis and a possible life saving procedure done quicker.