Denver, CO, November 01, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- There are many common problems that the healthcare sector faces; costs are rising and budgets are squeezed, there is pressure to treat more and more patients in the same amount of time, providers are required to give high quality care to each patient in a shorter and shorter amount of time, individual productivity is increasingly scrutinized by employers and providers often feel they are working harder and harder and falling farther and farther behind.
The need for true breakthrough solutions to these and other constraints is now not just important, it is becoming increasingly urgent. Alex Knight has shown that through the application of the Theory of Constraints (TOC) focused analysis processes, solutions are being found and implemented.
If you are a doctor, nurse, health professional, manager, leader of a hospital/health-providing organization or a TOC consultant or educator, who wants to make a difference, then this "Achieving a Breakthrough in Healthcare 2-Day Intensive How-To Lab" will help you understand that breakthroughs are possible. Participants in this 2 day lab will learn how, with the support of a TOC based approach, steps can be taken to create irrefutable positive results in any healthcare organization.
Alex Knight will lead course participants through the process of finding their own breakthrough solutions and the overriding goal for this Intensive How-To Lab session is for each participant to leave with actionable knowledge of the applications of TOC in the healthcare industry and move forward with that new knowledge. Healthcare industry practitioners are well advised not to miss this rare opportunity to spend two days in intensive training with Alex to gain an understanding of TOC application in healthcare, develop their own breakthrough solution(s) and start applying them immediately.
About the facilitator:
For nearly three decades, Alex Knight has been working around the world alongside many great leaders in the healthcare industry and his work is guided by the scientific approach and the principles underpinning the Theory of Constraints (TOC); a belief that inherent simplicity exists: in any goal-oriented system there are only ever a few places that have the power to affect the performance of the whole system-the system’s constraints.
Alex’s recent publication 'Pride and Joy' will also form the basis of the session to develop participant’s analysis skills and broaden their understanding of these seemingly complex health systems as well as help identify the inherent simplicity. Alex recently presented the keynote address and three workshops focused on the advances he has made in the healthcare industry at the TOCICO International Conference in June, 2014, in Washington DC.
More information on this session and others being presented at the event can be found on the TOCICO website at TOCICO.org.