This session is a comprehensive approach to understanding Lean Management System concepts, processes, tools, and their application to improving inventory management in the health care supply chain.
- Recognize the basics of Lean Management and Six Sigma as continuous improvement tools.
- Describe the DMAIC model and how to incorporate LSS into inventory management improvement projects.
- Identify a variety of LSS tools and templates and apply them to supply chain improvement activities.
- Select and adapt LSS improvement tools across the DMAIC processes.
- Mark Fontaine-Westhart — Sr. Director of Purchased Services and Non-Clinical Contracting, Dignity Health
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