Raise the level of safety and lower the level of risk while improving quality of care and processes
A best practice is a method, process, activity, incentive, or reward that is believed to be more effective at delivering a particular outcome than any other technique, method, or process, when applied to a particular condition or circumstance. They are the processes, practices, and systems identified in public and private organizations that performed exceptionally well and are widely recognized as improving an organization's performance and efficiency in specific areas.
IIE’s Best Practices conferences showcase the leaders in the application of industrial engineering, ergonomics, supply chain management, and health care improvement.
Human factors and ergonomics in healthcare explore how humans interact with patients, equipment, facilities and environments. Come learn how to manage these applications in order to arrange workstations and design facilities that improve safety, quality of care and efficiency at the Best Practices in Managing Human Factors in Healthcare one-day conference.
Join us in Atlanta for a day of intense training from leading experts in healthcare facility layouts, insurance, and equipment providers. Learn how to assess/analyze your hospital or healthcare organization to improve operations and limit injuries and risk.
- Improve quality of care
- Reduce cycle time within processes
- Use space more efficiently
- Reduce lead-times and operating costs
- Limit workplace injuries and risk
Who should attend
- Hospital administrators and managers
- Hospital management engineers
- Manager of materials
- Quality control professionals
- Risk prevention/risk control insurers
This webinar offers a sample of the type of content that will be presented at the Best Practices in Managing Human Factors in Healthcare one-day conference; the value of good human factors practices in health systems. Click here to view the presentation.