Workshop Brings Quality Improvement Methods from Manufacturing to Continuing Medical Education

Workshop Brings Quality Improvement Methods from Manufacturing to Continuing Medical Education

A train-the-trainer workshop aims to translate the Lean Six Sigma quality improvement method from manufacturing to healthcare to improve patient outcomes.

Professionals in healthcare, continuing medical education, and quality and performance improvement all want basically the same things: expanded knowledge, reduced errors, minimized costs, and improved health outcomes. The problem is that the differences in where each group is coming from — science, education, engineering, and business — can make it difficult for everyone to work together to get where they want to go.

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