June APICS Meeting – Visual Tools for Process Improvement in Healthcare

Visual Tools for Process Improvement in Healthcare

First Do No Harm, Then Make No Waste

Proven Methods and Tools for Safe and Efficient Healthcare

Presented by Glenn Tanzman, MBA, CQE, CMfgE, LSSGB

The healthcare industry around the world needs to deliver farther-reaching and higher quality care with fewer resources. This presentation will examine proven principals for building processes that deliver better patient outcomes and more efficient service while maintaining the highest level of care for the patients.

In this presentation we will examine how to create a cohesive visual management system for clinical settings that provides a complete picture of your processes and make it easy to recognize when and where abnormalities exist.

This event is hosted by APICS Mid-Hudson on June 15, 2011 at 6:30 pm as part of their monthly professional development series.

Where: Youngest Brothers Restaurant, Rt. 9W, Newburgh, NY – ¼ south of I-84 exit 10S.

When: Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Networking at 6:00, Buffet Dinner 6:30, Presentation 7:30

Dinner: $22 Members, $25 Non-members

About our speaker: Glenn Tanzman, Tanzco Management Consulting

Glenn has an MBA from Fairleigh Dickinson University and a BS in Chemistry from CCNY. He is a Certified Manufacturing Engineer from SME and a Certified Quality Engineer (ASQ). Glenn is an ISO 9001/ISO 14001 Certified Lead Auditor and has achieved the RABQSA-OI level as a Business Improvement QMS Auditor.

He is VP of Programs for the Mid-Hudson Chapter of APICS and serves as the Chairman of ASQ Section 302 and as their Education Chairmen. Glenn recently completed Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification and is pursuing a Master Black Belt at Villanova University.

In addition, Glenn teaches Operations Management at Marist and Mount Saint Mary College at the graduate and undergraduate levels. He is an active member of the Dutchess County Chamber of Commerce and the Council of Industry.

To Register: Contact Glenn Tanzman g.tanzman@tanzco.net or 914-475-2955 or John Capron at  capron@us.ibm.com

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