Online Lean Healthcare
Black Belt Program
Study Online – 24 Weeks
$4,500 + tax
- Introduction to Lean
- Lean principles
- Applying Lean in healthcare
- Identifying wastes
Understanding & Practicing Lean
- Lean healthcare tools and practices
- The Kaizen approach to healthcare
- PDSA and A3 thinking in Lean healthcare
- Problem solving in Lean healthcare
Planning for Breakthrough Improvements
- Planning for and initiating a Lean Activity
- Managing change in Lean implementation
- Demand, data collection, and analysis
- Value stream mapping in healthcare
Implementing & Sustaining Improvements
- Leading a Kaizen event in healthcare
- Leading a 6S initiative in healthcare
- Improving healthcare process capacity and flow
- Reducing healthcare variation and improving quality
- Lean and Six Sigma in healthcare
- Sustaining and controlling improvements
Leading and Managing Lean
- Lean Healthcare Strategy: Planning and Deployment
- Managing Lean Healthcare Programs
- Effective Leadership and Change Management
- Advanced Lean Healthcare Tools and Practices
Jane holds a Master Lean Sigma Black Belt for Healthcare and has significant experience in Lean deployment across the health sector – pharmacies; OR/surgical services; ED; outpatient; day surgery; nephrology; mental health and addictions; long term care public health and community-based health and social services. A registered nurse with over 30 years experience working in the UK, Ireland, USA and Canada, Jane’s expertise has enabled her to work effectively with clinical teams, administrators, service partners and community groups at organizational, regional and provincial levels to achieve positive and sustainable change.Sample clients and partners include University Health Network; Grey Bruce Health Services; Halton Healthcare; South Riverdale Community Health Centre and Chatham-Kent Public Health Unit.
Book your online Lean Healthcare Black Belt Program and get your Black Belt for $4,500 + tax.
All prices are exclusive of tax.
Develop the capability to lead your organization’s Lean journey.
Through this program, you will develop a practical understanding of advanced Lean Healthcare tools and techniques. You will acquire critical thinking skills and deepen your knowledge in areas such as process improvement, leadership and project & program management.
Expect to drive real change and transformation across your organization. This program is accredited and validated against stringent external standards.
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”I thoroughly enjoyed participating in Leading Edge Group’s Lean Black Belt Program. Not only was the self-paced format well suited to fit into my schedule, its variety of formats – written, video, active assignments – made it dynamic and interesting.
The assignments built relevantly upon each other, and led logically to the capstone project, which for our organization, enabled us to boost medication reconciliation upon admission across our acute and mental health hospital from approximately 50% of the time to a sustained over 80% rate, with ongoing PDSA work as we continuously improve the quality of this work. In terms of career benefits.
I now lead a highly respected and successful quality team, and have actively promoted use of Lean and continuous improvement tools within this team, while they in turn do the same across our organization.”
“The program has met all of my expectations. The content provided was appropriate to the stage I was at in my Lean journey (Green Belt certified with 2.5 years in my role as quality improvement specialist). Exploring the overlap between Lean principles and tools and project management methodology helped me to structure my improvement projects, and the mentor definitely brought added value to the organization wide project.
My Black Belt project has had a very positive impact on the Lean maturity of our organization. Improved patient outcomes were realized through this project; we have experienced a 41% drop in our corporate rate of falls with harm. The three units experienced a 42%, 27% and 31% reduction in average number of call bells per day from pre-purposeful rounding implementation baseline.
The benefits to this are twofold, less noise on the units for patients and families and fewer distractions for nurses. This training also enabled me to coach and mentor 30 staff from all roles in the organization that completed the Green Belt training program. We developed and executed nine corporate projects through this endeavour.”
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