Lean Six Sigma Healthcare Deliverables:

  • Study material (LSSGB Handbook) couriered to candidate address
  • 24+ hours of Instructor-led interactive virtual classroom session on a weekend
  • 40+ hours of pre-recorded lectures and Lean Six Sigma Modules access
  • 100+ Toolkits and Project Templates for Analysis and Implementation
  • E-Book of ASQ Body of Knowledge and ISEL BOK
  • Case study, Exam tips, References and Evaluation notes
  • Trainer support via mail and Telephone for offline support
  • Sample Questions and Examination Guide for Certification Preparation
  • 20+ Dummy Projects and Case studies for Lean Six Sigma Application
  • 3 Live Data Project as per candidate profile for Lean Six Sigma Implementation
  • Certification exam anytime within the course duration
  • Internationally Recognized Certification to the candidate passing the examination
  • Certification Validation Tool for Third-Party Credentials Validation

Six Sigma Healthcare Certification

Six Sigma Healthcare Certification focuses on eliminating defects and improving and business processes. In healthcare and Medical, a defect can be the difference between life and death. Use Lean and Six Sigma to improve patient safety by eliminating life-threatening errors and defects from the healthcare process.

Six Sigma Healthcare Certification uses Define-Measure-Analyze-Improve-Control (DMAIC ) – a five-step management approach to business improvement. Focus on improving the patient experience by making sure your processes consistently deliver the desired results in an effective manner.

Six Sigma Hospital & Healthcare Certification

This course develops your expertise in lean and six sigma methodology by getting hands-on knowledge on DMAIC, Project Charter, Process Capability, FMEA, Sigma calculation, Test of Hypothesis, Control Charts, VSM, JIT using real case scenarios, live projects, and MINITAB PRO. The workshops are facilitated by industry senior lean six sigma transformation leaders and Master Black Belt Certified Coaches.

Accredited Six Sigma Healthcare Certification: 

Lean Six Sigma Success Stories in Healthcare, Pharma, and Medical Industry: 

  1. UC Cancer Institute uses lean training for patients satisfaction
  2. How Lean Six Sigma Saved $4 Million at UCSD Medical Center
  3. Waste Walk Saves $3.7M at UMC Health System
  4. Two Top Ten Pharmaceutical Companies Realize Up to 80% Time Savings and $3 Million Cost Savings Utilizing ELN and Lean Six Sigma Workflow Analysis
  5. Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare is Planning $157M Project With Lean Six Sigma implementation
  6. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital Improves Patient Admittance Flow by 22%
  7. As per the report, Lean Reduces ICU-Transfer-to-Bed time by 50% for Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center
  8. Johns Hopkins, All Children’s Hospital on Board With Lean Six Sigma to Overhaul Onboarding Process
  9. Ellis Medicine Saves $1.8M and MC Assembly Inspires Rapid Change Using Lean Six Sigma
  10. Canadian Medical Laboratories Face Squeeze, Need to Acquire New Diagnostic Technologies and Increased Demand for Lab Tests

Day 1: Introduction To Lean Six Sigma Green Belt

  • A brief intro of participants & Learning objective
  • Expectation setup from the workshop
  • An overview of Lean, Six Sigma and Basic understating of Lean Six Sigma as a combined strategy
  • General examples and usage of Lean Six Sigma in similar companies and other industry
  • An overview to lean six sigma benefits, application and relevance in participants profile
  • Guide to download MINITAB
  • Live project Selection
  • Guide to using and download Templates and Toolkits application for Project work

Day 2: Overview of Lean Six Sigma and the Organization

  • Lean Six Sigma and organizational goals
  • Value of Lean six sigma
  • Organizational goals and Lean Six Sigma projects
  • Organizational drivers and metrics
  • Lean principles in the organization
  • Lean concepts
  • Value-streaming mapping
  • Design for six sigma (DFSS) methodologies
  • Roadmaps for DFSS
  • Basic failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA)
  • Design FMEA and process FMEA

Day 3: Define Phase of Six Sigma with Voice of the customer (VOC) & Project Management

  • Project identification
  • Project Selection
  • Process elements
  • BenchMarking
  • Process inputs and outputs
  • Owners and stakeholders
  • Customer identification
  • Customer data
  • Customer requirements
  • Project charter
  • Project scope
  • Project metrics
  • Project planning tools
  • Project documentation
  • Project risk analysis
  • Project closure
  • Management and planning tools
  • Business results for projects
  • Process performance Communication
  • Team dynamics and performance
  • Team stages and dynamics
  • Team roles and responsibilities
  • Team tools
  • Team Communication

Day 4: Measure Phase of Six Sigma

  • Process analysis and documentation
  • Probability and statistics
  • Basic probability concepts
  • Central limit theorem, Statistical distributions, Collecting and summarizing data
  • Types of data and measurement scales
  • Sampling and data collection methods
  • Descriptive statistics
  • Graphical methods
  • Measure Phase (contd E. Measurement system analysis (MSA) F. Process and performance capability
  • Process performance vs. process specifications
  • Process capability studies
  • Process capability (Cp, Cpk) and process performance (Pp, Ppk) indices
  • Short-term vs. long-term capability and sigma shift

Day 5: Analyze Phase of Lean Six Sigma 

  • Exploratory data analysis
  • Multi-vari studies
  • Correlation and linear regression B, Hypothesis testing
  • Basics Tests for means, variances, and proportions
  • Introduction to MINITAB Data analysis

Day 6: Improve Phase of Lean Six Sigma

  • Design of experiments (DOE)
  • Basic terms, DOE graphs, and plots
  • The root cause analysis
  • Lean Tools 1. Waste elimination 2. Cycle-time reduction 3. Kaizen and kaizen blitz V1.

Day 7: Control Phase of Six Sigma

  • Statistical process control (SPC)
  • SPC Basics
  • Rational subgrouping
  • Control charts
  • Control plan
  • Lean tools for process control
  • Total productive maintenance (TPM)
  • Visual factory
  • Project Implementation & Support
  • MINITAB Practice and guidance for project
  • Project implementation support
  • Templates and Toolkits application for Project work
  • Support on Data Project, Implementation and project completion

Using Six Sigma to improve healthcare quality can:

  • Shorten wait times in hospitals and private practices
  • Prevent falls and injuries in hospitals and nursing homes
  • Reduces medication errors when prescribing drugs and administration of filling prescriptions
  • Increase turnaround time for lab results

Lean Six Sigma application in Healthcare, Pharma and Medical Industry.

  • North Mississippi Medical Center reduced the number of prescription instruction errors in discharge documents by 50% just by implementing Lean Six Sigma
  • Lean six sigma making clinical research more cost-effective to lowering appointment cancellations
  • Six Sigma Techniques Improves Operating Room Patient Flow
  • Lean six sigma helps in Managing Risk and Driving Profitability with Analytical Technologies in the Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Lean Six Sigma helps Ohio Board of Nursing Cut Costs and Reduce Lead Time in Hospitals
  • Lean six sigma helps in removing Waste From the Electronic Health Record
  • Lean Six Sigma approach lets Hospitals Reach New Frontiers of Quality and Safety in the day to day operations
  • Lean Six Sigma Methodology Can Effectively Reduce Cesarean Section Rate in hospitals
  • Lean Six Sigma Approach Ups Quality of Hip Replacement Sx and decreases the replacement time
  • Healthcare Reform Reshapes Delivery Models and Diagnostic Laboratories with LSS

Healthcare professionals with Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, Black Belt certifications & Six Sigma Healthcare Certification are in demand. Employees in medical consulting, patient experience, clinical operations, medical coding, performance improvement, and similar roles can advance into leadership positions in healthcare management with Lean Six Sigma training.

Job titles that commonly require Lean Six Sigma certifications include:

  • Chief Patient Experience Officer
  • Senior Director, Patient Experience
  • Senior Manager, Operational Excellence
  • Vice President, Quality
  • Director, Quality
  • Director of Quality Management
  • Associate Vice President, Strategic Process Improvement
  • Quality Improvement Consultant
  • Process Consultant
  • Clinical Transformation Consultant

On successful completion of the course and course requisites, the candidate will receive Internationally recognised Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification.

Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Accredited by CSSC & IQF, USA.

 

This course offers Six Sigma Certification Validation Tool for Employers

Your Six Sigma Certification Validation Tool can be used by employers, clients and other stakeholders to validate the authenticity of your Six Sigma Certifications you have received. Using the programming code located on your certified LSSGB certification, one can see all your training and certification details online.

About Course Advisor

 
MBB, CLSSBB, ISO 9001 & 27001 Auditor, ITIL, RPA, Minitab, Tableau, Tora, Statistica, SPSS Visio.
  • He is Master Black Belt in Six Sigma. He is also a coach and consultant for Robotics Process Automation, ISO 9001 & 27001, ITIL, and various other frameworks and standards with over 20 years of rich experience in the Healthcare Domain ( Alken & Bicon), Insurance ( Sunlife Financial), Telecom (British Telecom), QSR (JFL), Contact Center( Dominos).
  • He is high performing, strategic thinking professional currently working in the capacity of Senior Manager of Business Excellence and Innovation with JFL ( Jubilant Food Works).
  • He has significantly contributed to the revitalization of many organizations. He has been instrumental in turning around the businesses by establishing high-quality procedures and quality standards. Extensive experience managing large?scale projects from the requirements gathering phase to completion. As a leader, he is responsible for building a continuous improvement culture by Identifying & driving various improvement projects that are important to business, implementation of new processes excellence initiatives across the organization, the conceptualization of project ideas.

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