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Is your continuous improvement strategy off track? – 3 telling indicators

The vast majority of healthcare institutions today are actively engaged in some form of improvement journey. A well designed and structured continuous improvement strategy is imperative to developing a transformational culture that drives sustainable improvements in safety, health care outcomes,

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Start Your Day Off Right – Conduct a Daily Huddle.

Conducting a daily huddle is not a new concept, but unfortunately what should be common practice isn’t so common in many of the healthcare settings I visit. Starting the day off the right way provides you with a better opportunity

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Plan, Do, Check & Act

  The best and most successful businesses look at improvement as a standard operating activity, not something viewed as done every several years or dreaded. You’ve probably heard it said, if you’re aren’t getting better, you’re falling behind. To ensure

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Optical Lab Doubles Capacity Through Help of Practice CoPilot and Lean

December 10, 2014 –  Pensacola, Florida   “It was a chaotic mess,” declared Rolando Domingo, co-owner of Best Price Digital Lenses, Inc. in Pensacola, Florida, when asked about his lab’s production line. “Our lens demand was growing. We were receiving shipments of

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Most Important Person In A Practice

Who is the most important employee in a medical practice? By Chuck Smith, Managing Partner, Practice CoPilot Debatable question certainly, but more than likely, you think doctor first or a particular doctor within a group practice.  And that’s a normal

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