What is Lean Daily Improvement?
Our Lean First training program recognizes that lean doesn’t work unless an organization is invested in it and prepared to spread lean thinking throughout. We teach and coach Rapid Improvement Events (RIEs), Value Stream Analysis (VSM), and Lean Leadership, but we start with Lean Daily Improvement (LDI) because it gives learners the basic knowledge, skills and confidence to effect change using proven lean methodologies. With LDI, workers from the frontline to the back office ― and the administrators and clinicians in between ― learn how to use tools such as the team huddle, counter measures, and a visual management board to keep improvements on track as work is being done.
This kind of lean training and coaching has resonated with our rural clients, and our Lean Daily Improvement Facilitator course is now available to clients across the country through our PHA Direct e-learning platform. In addition to the convenience of online training, this offering may be eligible for SHIP/FLEX funds. For more information on how we can provide your staff with Lean Daily Improvement Training and Certification, contact Allison Bryan Jungels.
LDI is helping our clients...
...improve chronic care management
Lean Daily Improvement helps improve chronic care management enrollment at multiple sites (read more)
...hit MIPS metrics
A Northeast Indiana primary care applies practice transformation tools to hit MIPS metrics (read more)
Small Mishawaka practice uses Lean Daily Improvement to improve MIPS metrics (read more)
...increase patient capacity
Lean improvement for behavioral health services organization helps to provide more timely care for patients with personality disorders (read more)
...improve the patient experience
Primary care practice improves EHR efficiency for better physician-patient interaction (read more)
Rural hospital uses Lean Daily Improvement to increase patient feedback (read more)
...improve diabetes care and monitoring
Primary care provider uses PHA's Lean Daily Improvement to better A1c measures (read more).
Northwest Indiana-based provider network improves its diabetes care monitoring with Lean Daily Improvement (read more)