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Workshop: Continuous Improvement in Healthcare

Course Title Continuous Improvement in Healthcare
Date(s) December 4, 2014
Time 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Location Harry V. Quadracci Center, Q Building
Cost $129
Description
The time is right for incorporating continuous improvement methodologies in healthcare. Organizations that embrace continuous improvement will improve the quality and timeliness of patient care while controlling costs through better utilization of resources. This workshop will focus on examples of quality tools used in healthcare delivery and how participants can apply the concepts to their workplace.
  • Define terms and applications in the healthcare environment.
  • Discover the various lean tools and uses in solving problems.
  • Review case studies and applications in healthcare.

 

To Register: http://www.wctc.edu/business-and-community/CBPS/desc.php?class=419

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Workshop: Assessing your Supply Chain

Course Title Assessing your Supply Chain
Date(s) October 21, 2014
Time 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Location Harry V. Quadracci Center, Q Building
Cost $179
Description
It is likely that you are familiar with the metrics associated with your company’s financial performance, but how versed are you in another indicator of financial performance - your company’s supply chain? Do you know how well your supply chain is performing in terms of inventory accuracy? On-time delivery? Many companies have overlooked the importance of supply chain performance measurements.. This situation exists despite the fact that supply chain performance is the leading indicator of excellent financial performance.
 
This workshop is designed to assist companies, geared towards manufacturers, with establishing a road map to determine how well their supply chain process is running and where improvements are needed in your particular organization.
  • Recognize the elements needed for maintaining a well-run supply chain operation.
  • Identify an approach for gathering the evidence necessary to evaluate your organization’s supply chain activities and processes.
  • Evaluate the evidence gathered.
  • Rate the elements needed to achieve some quick wins and ultimately impact maximum performance of the internal supply chain.

 

To Register: http://www.wctc.edu/business-and-community/CBPS/desc.php?class=417

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