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Clinical process redesign

a facilitator"s guide

by Steven L. Strongwater

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  • 36 Currently reading

Published by Aspen Publishers in Gaithersburg, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hospital care -- Cost control.,
  • Hospital care -- Quality control.,
  • Medical protocols.,
  • Outcome assessment (Medical care),
  • Reengineering (Management)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 193-196) and index.

    StatementSteven L. Strongwater and Vincent Pelote.
    ContributionsPelote, Vincent P.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA972 .S75 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 199 p. :
    Number of Pages199
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL982853M
    ISBN 100834208571
    LC Control Number96020523

      Process redesign for health care using lean thinking: a guide for improving patient flow and the quality and safety of care by David Ben-Tovim ISBN: Publication Date: clinical process: healthcare process encompassing all healthcare provider activities and other prescribed healthcare activities that addresses identified or specified health issues. We use cookies to understand how this site is used and to improve the site to make use easier.

    This books provides content that arms clinicians with the core knowledge and competencies necessary to be effective informatics leaders in health care organizations. The content is drawn from the areas recognized by the American Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) as necessary to prepare. Professor, Clinical Epidemiology & Process Redesign, Flinders University Profile Articles Activity I trained in Medicine at the Middlesex Hospital in London, then specialized in Psychiatry and.

    Healthcare organisations are using redesign to tackle variation in the quality of care and improve public satisfaction. It is represented as a radical challenge to traditional assumptions and practices which involves thinking through the best process to achieve speedy and effective patient care, identifying delays, unnecessary steps, or potential for error, and redesigning the process to. When documenting a clinical process, create a visual representation of the sequence of steps in the process. Note any peripheral or ancillary systems that might interface with the process. Include any workarounds that are used to compensate for flawed workflows. This article summarizes the workflow redesign chapter in the book. Other.


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Clinical process redesign by Steven L. Strongwater Download PDF EPUB FB2

Clinical Process Redesign: A Facilitator's Guide: Medicine & Health Science Books @ ed by: 3. Process Redesign for Health Care Using Lean Thinking is a response to a simple, but hard to answer, question and is the result of the experiences of a working doctor who was also the chief safety and quality officer of an Australian teaching hospital.

At this hospital, he observed that the Emergency Department was staff by talented, well-trained, and respected doctors and nurses.

Process Redesign for Health Care Using Lean Thinking is a response to a simple, but hard to answer, question and is the result of the experiences of a working doctor who was also the chief safety and quality officer of an Australian teaching this hospital, he observed that the Emergency Department was staff by talented, well-trained, and respected doctors and by: 1.

C linical process redesign is the application of process redesign and change management to health care. Importantly, clinical process redesign starts with the patient-eye view. Modern hospitals and health services are organisationally complex entities,1 employing several thousand staff working in professional, functional and geographic groups.

Each group has an internal, usually Cited by:   The articles in this volume explore issues of culture and the redesign of organizations and clinical practices to improve patient safety.

Within this broad theme are four categories of related articles addressing (1) safety and organizational issues, (2) clinical process improvement, (3) systems redesign, and (4) collaboratives and patient by: In addition, we also show the effectiveness of our proposed method in an intelligence-system application involving hospital process redesign.

The proposed method not only improves the performance of machine learning systems, but also generates succinct and insightful patterns directly relevant to clinical decision-making.

Clinical Workflow Analysis, Process Redesign, and Quality Improvement Mustafa Ozkaynak, Kim M. Unertl, Sharon A.

Johnson, Juliana J. Brixey, Saira N. Haque Pages The widespread gap between evidence and practice for clinical and preventive services argues for a deeper understanding of effective quality improvement (QI) and system change.

Using implementation and system redesign sciences, we have developed and used an effective strategy to enable robust implementation of QI initiatives, including clinical practice bundles, within a health care setting. Involving the end consumer in the process is critical to achieve better value care.

Open mindset Redesign promotes an enquiring and respectful approach, where innovation is practiced with empathy, transparency and the willingness to truly understand the best ways to make a real difference. Karsh B-T. Clinical practice improvement and redesign: how change in workflow can be supported by clinical decision support.

Rockville: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality; Clinical process redesign: a facilitator's guide. [Steven L Strongwater; Vincent P Pelote] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Steven L Strongwater; Vincent P Pelote. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages:.

Clinical Impact of an Anticoagulation Screening Service at a Pediatric Tertiary Care Facility. Creating Safety in the Testing Process in Primary Care Offices. Role of the External Coach in Advancing Research Translation in Hospital-Based: Performance Improvement. Strategies for Improving Patient Safety in Small Rural Hospitals.

The second article details the process of clinical redesign (→ Patient journeys: the process of clinical redesign).4 Traditionalists may feel that their ability to exercise their clinical judgement and professional autonomy is threatened by such change, but this article asserts that these are process changes, not practice changes.

The need to redesign healthcare processes in order to address deficits in quality of care and create more sustainable care processes is acknowledged worldwide [2, 3, 5]. The effects of process redesign have not been clearly described, however [5, 6]. By synthesizing evidence from 18 studies in the international literature, this systematic.

Journals & Books; Help Therefore, it is essential to evaluate and redesign the clinical process and workflow to make sure fit between clinical processes and HIS as implementing of information technology in healthcare needs workflow redesign in order to achieve success [9].

Process defines as "a structured, measured set of activities. Process Redesign for Health Care Using Lean Thinking is a response to a simple, but hard to answer, question and is the result of the experiences of a working doctor who was also the chief safety and quality officer of an Australian teaching this hospital, he observed that the Emergency Department was staff by talented, well-trained, and respected doctors and s: 1.

The articles in this volume explore issues of culture and the redesign of organizations and clinical practices to improve patient safety. Within this broad theme are four categories of related articles addressing (1) safety and organizational issues, (2) clinical process improvement, (3) systems redesign, and (4) collaboratives and patient.

Redesign of Oral and Orthodontic pathway and successful business case to obtain funding to improve administration and patient reception processes.

Redesign of out-patient administration and nursing services to create capacity and flow in the out-patient department Reduction of waiting times from 4 weeks to 2 weeks for cardiac diagnosticsTitle: Clinical Change Specialist.

The Practice Facilitator’s Handbook is designed to assist in the training of new practice facilitators as they begin to develop the knowledge and skills needed to support meaningful improvement in primary care practices.

It evolved from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s Integrating Chronic Care and Business Strategies in the Safety Net toolkit. *Clinical process redesign is a successful improvement method that has been used to increase access to health services in 60 public hospitals across New South Wales, and at Flinders Medical Centre.

Medication Reconciliation Improvement Utilizing Process Redesign and Clinical Decision Support Author links open overlay panel Tiranun Rungvivatjarus MD (is Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellow, Rady Children's Hospital–San Diego (RCHSD), and University of .Clinical Process Redesign: A Facilitator's Guide by Steven L.

Strongwater () on *FREE* shipping on qualifying cturer: Aspen Pub.Putting health care redesign into action can be done in the following four general phases: Getting started. The first phase involves assembling a team to focus on quality improvement efforts.

The team should include senior leaders, clinical champions (clinicians who promote the redesign), and administrative leaders.