Lean Six Sigma for Health Care

Lean Six Sigma is a globally respected methodology, used across multiple industries to improve performance, safety, and efficiency with a collaborative team effort. Its focal point is on eliminating defects and increasing efficiency. When it comes to health care, Lean Six Sigma can also improve patient satisfaction and reduce errors—creating safer hospitals overall.

We are offering this program on the Amesite platform www.amesite.com , which enables you to meaningfully engage with an expert who can guide you, and with peers who will become part of your professional network. Amesite-powered courses are designed to provide an experience that students love, and that saves time and money. Amesite offers courses and certificates that bring you the skills you need to make an impact in your industry.

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This program is right for you if you’re interested in the health care industry and you want to learn more—and potentially build your career in one of the fastest growing industries in the world. It’s your chance to engage with other students who are also interested in improving the health care industry.

Throughout this 12-week, 45 contact hour course, you’ll learn the best ways to gather data, effectively solve problems, and implement sustainable solutions within a team.

Through a combination of individual assessments, student engagement activities, quizzes and group exercises, you will:

  • Be introduced to the world of Lean Six Sigma and its applications in one of the most crucial industries in the world: health care.

  • Learn the fundamentals of Six Sigma: Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, Control (DMAIC) and how to run a process that incorporates this globally-recognized method of achieving efficiency and excellence.

  • Discuss case studies of Lean Six Sigma in actual health care practice and form working groups to analyze them.

  • Explore current articles and findings on applications of Lean Six Sigma and trends in health care, tying what you are learning to what is happening in the industry in real time.

The next session begins September 9, 2019. Enroll today!

Contact Us

Beth Stoner
estoner@emich.edu
734.487.8285

For all other inquiries, contact ppat@emich.edu or call 734.487.2259 or 800.932.8689.

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