Our primary business is delivering Lean Consulting and Training services. We are a solutions provider to the business world with a reputation for delivering professional services to our clients and business partners.
Every healthcare organization is facing new challenges in today’s global markets to meet the increasing demands placed on them by their patients. Our consultants use their lean healthcare knowledge, skills, and experience to help our healthcare clients to improve their business processes.
We practice what we teach, and use different lean tools and implementation model created by our CEO to guide our clients through the process to achieve their lean healthcare improvement goals.
We prepare your management team and employees by requesting that one of our experienced consultants visit your facility to deliver hands-on lean healthcare training.
Our goal is to support our healthcare clients through a time proven process towards self discovery. They learn about themselves by identifying their own organizational strengths and weaknesses. Change can only begin to occur when an organization develops a clear understanding of how it operates on a day to day basis. When it achieves this level of insight it will be able to determine the 5W+1H or the Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How to improve its business practices. Without insight, there is no way forward. Why?
I will use a quote from one of the greatest scientific minds in modern history:
“You can never solve a problem with the same kind of thinking that created the problem in the first place.” – Albert Einstein
We help our healthcare clients to break through the status quo and identify critical business processes that need improvement to allow them to realize their full potential. At this point, a client will achieve the necessary insight to enable them to successfully execute their business goals and objectives. The benefits will be their ability to increase the quality of patient care throughout their organization.
However, change does not happen by chance, it must be planned and managed. Any organization that is consciously failing to create an effective plan is subconsciously planning to fail.