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Day 1 – October 8, 2018

Start Time

Event

Speakers

0730

Registration Opens & Breakfast

 

0855

Opening Plenary

0855

Welcome

Lloyd Minor, MD, Dean, Stanford University School Of Medicine

0910

Understanding Adoption of
Improvement

David Larson, MD, Associate Professor Radiology (Pediatrics), Associate Chair for Performance Improvement, Stanford Healthcare and Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford Health Care

0935

The Effects of Lean
Management on Hospital
Performance: Results from a
National Survey

Stephen Shortell, Professor of the Graduate School, Berkeley School of Public Health, Co-Director for the Center of Lean Engagement and Research (CLEAR)

1000

The Value of Continuous
Improvement in an Academic
Healthcare Setting with Panel Discussion

Dennis Lund, MD, Interim CEO, Stanford Children’s Health
Lane Donnelly, MD,CQO Stanford Children’s Health
Cameron D’Alpe, CEO, Packard Children’s Health Alliance Facilitator: Terry Platchek, MD,VP of Performance Improvement SCH

1100

Break & Posters

 

1120

Plenary Delegate Abstracts

1120

Promoting Faculty Wellness
Using Lean Principles and the
Charter on Physician Well-Being

Pallabi Sanyal- Dey, MD, Zuckerberg San Francisco General/University of California (UCSF)

1140

Effects of a Multidisciplinary
Rounding Intervention on ICU
Length of Stay and Healthcare
Associated Infections

Lindsay Bradley, RN, VA Palo Alto Health Care System

1200

Lean Transformation and its
Impact on Patient Flow
Management at
Echocardiography Laboratory

Siau Chien Chiong, National Heart Center, Singapore

1220

How do you Know how
Capable Your Organization it
to Improve?

Jane Evans, Eastern Health

1240

Reducing Opioid Utilization
After Urologic Oncology
Surgery

Jay Shah, MD, Stanford Health Care

1300

Lunch & Poster Presentations

 

1400

Themed Delegate Sessions - Concurrent

 

Saving Lives with Lean

1400

Saving Lives From Sepsis
Using Lean Methods

Jennifer Peterson, UT Southwestern Medical Center

1415

Breaking Down Silos: Aligning
Improvement Capability, Effort
and Resources to Reduce
Central Line Associated
Bloodstream Infections

Amy Valencia, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford

1430

Implementing Practice
Improvements for Reliability:
CLABSI Prevention

Malinda Burt, RN, Oregon Health and Science University

1445

Data-Drive Tools for
Calculating CLABSI Rates and
Visualizing Bundle Compliance
in Pediatric Care

Martin Seneviratne, MD, Stanford Department of Biomedical Informatics

 

The Value of Improvement

 

1400

One Year Later: Sustaining
Medication Value Improvement
Work & Avoiding Unintended
Consequences

Kate Rosen, Stanford Children’s Health

1415

Reducing Inpatient Cost by
Improving Level of Care
Appropriateness for Hospital
Medicine Patients

Margaret Smith, Stanford Health Care

1430

One Man’s Trash is Another
Man’s Lean Improvement

Daniel Kenron, Oregon Health and Science University Hospital

1445

Determinants of Cost Variation
in Total Hip and Knee
Arthroplasty: Implications for Alternative
Payment Models

Nidhi Rohatgi, MD, Stanford University School of Medicine

 

Engaging and Building Capability for Success

1400

Developing Improvement Capability at Stanford Medicine

Benjamin Elkins, Stanford Health Care

1415

Building the Problem-Solving
Competencies of a Master’s
Student During Their
Internship in the Medical
College of Wisconsin
Transformation Office

Tom Laack, Medical College of Wisconsin

1430

Improving Service Outcomes
and Team Engagement in
Ambulatory Care Clinics by
Developing Leadership and
Problem Solving Capabilities

Sheri Nakamura, Stanford Children’s Health

1445

Using W.H.A.D.I.L.T to Engage
and Empower Front Line Staff

Lauren Lawlor, Eastern Health

1530

Break & Posters

 

1600

Plenary Session

1600

Clinicians Adopting, Practicing
and Leading Improvement

Andrew Palmquist, RN, Pediatric Intensive Care, SCH
Kiame Mahaniah, MD,CEO Lynn Community Health Center, MA, USA

1720

Close of Day One

 

1730

Welcome Reception

Posters will be on display

 

Day 2 – October 9, 2018

Start Time

Event

Speakers

0730

Breakfast

 

0815

Plenary Session

0820

Keynote Presentation

Jennifer Stevens, MD, Director of Healthcare Delivery Science for Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

0910

Using the Adoption of Lean Thinking in Healthcare

Anne-Marie Keown, Director of Lean Transformation and Service Improvement, Ireland East Hospital Group

0940

Developing a Model Line for Frailty

Emer Ahern, MD, Consultant Geriatrician, Ireland East Hospital Group

1010

Break & Posters

 

1040

Concurrent Delegate Sessions

 

Creating and Inventing

1040

Creating a Defined Process to Improve the Timeliness of Serious Safety Event Determination and Root Cause Analysis

Tua Palangyo, Stanford Children’s Health

1100

The Role of a Program Management Office in Delivering Improvement

Jan Rice, Eastern Health

1120

Inventing the Future: Integrated Design

Stephanie O’Brien, Oregon Health and Science University

1140

Applying Lean in a Major Hospital Construction Project

Cliff Moser, Stanford Health Care

1200

Creating a Performance Excellence System at an Academic Medical Center

Randy O’Donnell, Oregon Health and Science University

 

Designing and Deploying

1040

A Novel Lean Designed ED-ICU Reduces Hospital ICU Utilization

Benjamin Bassin, MD, University of Michigan Health System

1100

Knowledge Transfer of Integrated Facility Design: Brining the Skillset In-House

Loretta Sherwood, Indiana University Health

1120

Building an International Improvement Capability: Applying Lean to Improve the Cancer Experience in India

Jake Mickelsen, Stanford Health Care

1140

Elevating Leader Standard Work

Jane Russell, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital

1200

Pharmacy Department Strategy Deployment

Brian Fairbrother, Froedtert & The Medical College of Wisconsin

 

Flowing and Improving

1040

On Time Departure!

Bonnie Gebhart, RN, El Camino Hospital

1100

Improving Lean Healthcare Effectiveness Through Identification of Critical Success Factors

Marge Willis, RN, Oregon Health and Sciences University

1120

Redesigning Leadership Rounds

Vecepia Robinson, Stanford Children’s Health

1140

Finding a Path to Reduce Bumped Patients: An Academic Medical Center’s Efforts to Drive Down Ambulatory Visit Cancellations

Todd Halsey , MBA & Tatum Wiley, MBA, Medical College of Wisconsin

1200

Adopting a Lean Mindset for Recruitment Process Re-Engineering: How Lean Drives Value for HR

Ekta Vyas, Stanford Children’s Health

1230

Lunch & Poster Voting

 

1330

Plenary Session

1330

A Coaching Conversation

Edgar Schein, MIT Sloan School of Management
John Shook, Executive Chairman, Lean Enterprise Institute & Lean Global Network

1430

Improving Healthcare with Lean Thinking and Practice

Carlos Frederico Pinto, MD & Alice Lee, Lean Healthcare Initiative, Lean Global Network

1455

Ice Cream

 

1515

Closing Plenary Session

1515

Learning Lab: Using Lean Thinking to Foster Wellness and Prevent Burnout

Jack Billi, MD, Associate VP of Medical Affairs, Michigan Medicine
Daniel Murphy, MD, Pediatric Cardiology, Stanford Children’s Health
Kirk Brower, MD, Psychiatry, Michigan Medicine

1630

Close of Day Two

 

 

Day 3 – October 10, 2018(Optional)

0730 - 1230

Half day site visit to Stanford Children's Health - Other sites may also offer visits.

1300

Stanford Campus Tour