Paul Pejsa on Covid-19 Success Stories in Healthcare

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Episode Synopsis:

Welcome to Episode #14 of Habitual Excellence, presented by Value Capture.

Joining us today is Paul Pejsa, he is the director of the Catalysis Healthcare Value Network, based in Appleton, Wisconsin. Today, Paul talks with host Mark Graban and shares examples of health systems that are members of the CHVN who have done really outstanding work during the Covid-19 pandemic. Note, this episode was recorded in late May.

Organizations mentioned here include  Bryan Health (Nebraska), Nebraska Methodist Health System, UMass Memorial Healthcare, Integris Health (Oklahoma), Torrence Memorial Medical Center (California), and Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City. How did they use daily huddles, A3 problem solving, and other Lean Management System practices? Listen to find out… (or watch)…

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