NOTICE: This seminar has been cancelled.
Denver, CO - October 17-18
Payment reform and reduced reimbursement continue to create incentives to maximize cost-containment efforts and increase quality. This seminar enables healthcare facilities to revolutionize cost structure and efficiency while enhancing quality through the systematic removal of process waste. This session also examines cultural implications, and provides tools for the integration of improvement efforts across functional, process, and organizational boundaries. Through a combination of discussions, case studies, and exercises, this seminar provides powerful information to appropriately manage costs and quality using a five-step performance management methodology that emphasizes the use of activity-based management and Lean Six Sigma designed specifically for the healthcare industry.
After this seminar, you'll be able to:
- Create a plan for creating a performance management culture.
- Identify the five key components that make up an effective performance management program.
- Develop a performance management infrastructure to align people, processes, and technology.
- Use a case-study approach to identify best practices for converting error reduction and waste into productivity and cost recovery.
- Assess where activity-based concepts can be used to remove waste, provide value, and positively impact volume, revenue, and capacity.
- Identify the elements of a performance management balanced scorecard and create a strategy articulation map.
General knowledge of cost management processes and performance improvement and familiarity with cultural and organizational barriers and opportunities.
Tools and Takeaways
Five-step methodology for managing costs and quality
Performance management culture plan
CFOs, COOs, CEOs, financial and operational professionals, and those responsible for improving financial performance and implementing operational change.
Global Health Initiatives LLC
Partner, Tatum LLC
Continuing education: 14 CPE credits; 12 hours Category II (non-ACHE) credit
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Publication Date: Friday, July 20, 2012