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Conducting Safe and Effective Kaizen Events in a Clinical Setting
Thursday, December 3, 2009

Presented by

Laura Winner, BSN, MBA, Lean Sigma Deployment Leader, Johns Hopkins Medicine
Laura Winner is the Lean Sigma Deployment Leader for the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System in Baltimore, Maryland.  In this role she has overseen the training and mentoring of over 150 healthcare Green Belts. Ms. Winner is a Lean Sigma Master Black Belt and serves as faculty for the Lean Sigma Prescription for Healthcare┬« course.  She completed Green Belt training with General Electric and Black Belt training and certification through Motorola.  Ms. Winner holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from The Johns Hopkins University, an MBA from the Business of Medicine program at The Johns Hopkins University School of Professional Studies and has a joint appointment with the Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing. She has over ten years of clinical nursing experience at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Emergency Nursing and Cardiology.

Summary

This webinar will cover the keys to safely and successfully conduct rapid improvement events, or Kaizens, in a clinical setting. Participants will learn how to optimize participation while respecting resource constraints, patient safety and other clinical considerations.
 
Who Should Attend
 
This webinar is designed for Hospital Administrators, Chief Executive Officers, Chief Nursing Officers, Chief Operating Officers, Chief Medical Officers, Vice Presidents, Directors, Quality & Safety Leaders, Physicians, Physicians Assistants, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists, Nurses, and other allied health care staff.

Product Return Policy

Audio CD, CD-ROM and Online Multimedia Recording Cancellation Policy: No Refunds.