Lean Healthcare - Push & Pull Concept

Jan 01, 1970

If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it a million times, patients don’t like to wait. This isn’t exactly new information, but the question remains: How can you improve wait times? Simply changing the name from “The Waiting Room” to “The Reception Area”...

Wait Times in Healthcare

Jan 01, 1970

No one likes to be kept waiting, especially if you’re waiting for healthcare. So, how can you make sure your patients no longer have to play the waiting game? It’s simple, once you realize a few simple things: 1. It’s not easy There is no such thing as an ideal...

Healthcare Analytics

Jan 01, 1970

Of all the things you could invest in for your practice, data might be the most important. Investing in data collection can have long term effects on your bottom line, not to mention the happiness of your overall practice. Data can be used like a trail of breadcrumbs...

EHR - too much scrolling, clicking, and box-checking

Jan 01, 1970

It’s no secret that doctors have been spending less and less time with their patients due to Electronic Health Record (EHR) mandates. Face-to-face exam time has been replaced with endless box-checking on a desktop, and patients are noticing. One study found that...

Lean Design in Mind

Jan 01, 1970

There’s a new face around the clinical practice design table these days known as a Lean Design Expert. While this person might be new to some organizations, they also might be the most important part of your design team. A Lean Design Expert works as a liaison...

Doctor Satisfaction

Jan 01, 1970

We often hear how important patient satisfaction is in the healthcare industry. How to earn it, how to gauge it, and how to improve it. However, something we don’t hear a lot about is doctor satisfaction, which is steadily declining. A recent study showed that 67%...

Healthcare Data Analysis

Jan 01, 1970

Running a healthcare practice requires much more than just managing Doctors and Nurses. One relatively new role that is creating a lot of excitement in healthcare is the Data Analyst. The Data Analyst is not only someone who captures key patient flow data, but someone...

Gaps in Healthcare

Jan 01, 1970

Looking out across the ever-changing healthcare space, one thing seems to be consistently changing in healthcare…the time and manner of care a patient receives from their provider has undergone a huge facelift in the last few years after increasingly noticeable gaps...

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