Process improvement leaders from Geisinger Health System, Stony Brook University Medical Center, Henry Ford Health System, Freemont Rideout Health Group, and Covenant Health System share Lean, Six Sigma and Common Sense Solutions during April 19 Webinar
ST. LOUIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- FormFast, a leading provider of enterprise workflow solutions, in association with Healthcare Technology Online, a leading healthcare information technology publication, today announced a free Webinar that will examine best practices in hospital process improvement. The session will be presented by a panel of healthcare industry experts who will detail their own initiatives with workflow automation. Titled “Panel of Hospital Leaders to Share Process Improvement Success Stories,” the event will take place at 11 a.m. CDT Tuesday, April 19.
FormFast and Healthcare Technology Online have invited five healthcare experts to address how each of their organizations define process improvement, offer specific examples of the hurdles they have overcome and discuss “lessons learned” in regard to streamlining operations in a hospital setting. Panelists include:
- Amy Wang, Director, Information Services and Information Security Officer, Henry Ford Health System
- Katherine Holzmacher, Director of Clinical Informatics, Stony Brook University Medical Center
- Tony Toglia, Director, Project Management Officer, Freemont Rideout Health Group
- Revonda Cornell, Senior Consultant, Geisinger Health System
- Brad Thornton, Project Specialist – Performance Improvement, Black Belt – Lean and Six Sigma, Covenant Health System
An open question-and-answer session will follow the panel discussion so attendees can raise issues specific to their own organizations.
“The hospital workflow environment is constantly evolving and many organizations could use a frame of reference about how to best navigate process improvement in order to control costs and increase quality,” says Rob Harding, President and CEO of FormFast. “FormFast is pleased to offer this Webinar in association with Healthcare Technology Online. Not only will directors and managers learn from the experiences of their peers, they will leave the webinar with tools and tactics they can implement to accelerate their own progress.”
Register for the “Panel of Hospital Leaders to Share Process Improvement Success Stories” Webinar online at www.formfast.com/webinars.
Since 1992, FormFast software has enabled healthcare organizations to achieve significant process improvement across the enterprise, supporting HR, contract management, rogue clinical processes, risk management and countless other workflows. A top-ranked provider of electronic workflow solutions, FormFast serves more than 850 hospitals internationally. Our software, deployed by our professional service staff under our managed services model, helps healthcare organizations accelerate their progression from time-consuming manual processes to fully automated workflows. FormFast solutions integrate with legacy business systems such as databases, archiving systems and portals, allowing users throughout the organization to gain efficiency, improve coordination of tasks, reduce supply costs, and eliminate errors resulting from misdirected routing, mistakes in form completion and delayed delivery.
About Healthcare Technology Online
Healthcare Technology Online (HTO) is a premier Internet resource for healthcare technology system news, implementation trends, best practices, and product information. The publication’s mission is to provide healthcare professionals with expert guidance on technology system selection, integration, project management, and change management. HTO covers all technology solutions that impact the productivity, efficiency, patient care, and cash flow of a healthcare facility from the latest EMR (electronic medical record) and HIM (health information management) software to point-of-care solutions and medical imaging systems. The HTO website features a comprehensive buyer’s guide, daily news updates on the latest technologies, contributed articles from leading healthcare industry analysts and vendors, and original success stories that highlight how leading healthcare facilities are implementing technology solutions with maximum return.
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