MTM Conferences - 2014
In recent years access to the health-care has expanded, with millions gaining coverage under the Affordable Care Act. With greater access, emphasis now turns to guaranteeing that care is both affordable and high-quality. Rising health-care costs are an important determinant of our nation’s fiscal future, and they also affect the budgets for states, businesses, and families across the country.
Health-care costs now approach a fifth of our nation’s economy; careful reviews suggest that a significant portion of those costs does not lead to better health or better care. Other industries use a range of systems-engineering approaches to reduce waste and increase reliability, and health care could benefit from adopting some of these approaches. As in those other industries, systems engineering often produces dramatically positive results in the small number of health-care organizations that implemented such concepts.
These efforts have transformed health care at a small scale, such as improving the efficiency of a hospital pharmacy, and at much larger scales, such as coordinating operations across an entire hospital system or across a community. Systems tools and methods, moreover, can be used to ensure that care is reliably safe, to eliminate inefficient processes that do not improve care quality or people’s health, and to ensure that health care is centered on patients and their families. Notwithstanding the instances in which these methods and techniques have been applied successfully, they remain underutilized throughout the broader system.
MTM Healthcare Conference 2014 gives you an opportunity to learn how MD Anderson Cancer (Treatment) Center used MTM for better and more efficient staff management.
Key Note session : Healthcare - Changes, Demands, and Trends. The role we play in this change. - Larry Vines , Director Systems Engineering, MD Anderson Cancer Center
MTM: The evolution of a state of the art approach to staffing management in healthcare.- Dirk Rauglas Executive Director MTM Association USA
Case Study - 1 : Staff management based on MTM - Tatiana Hmar-Lagroun, Manager Industrial Engineering MD Anderson Cancer Center
How to develop staffing models in hospitals - Pheba Philip and Mohamed Ait Aiss Industrial Engineers MD Anderson Cancer Center
Expert panel discussion
Better and efficient Healthcare Staff Management using MTM
General Admission - $100/participant
Payment mode online : Credit Card (AMEX, Mastercard, Visa & Discover)
Payment mode offline : check, pay at the venue, or ask to be sent an invoice.
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
- Arlington Heights
75 Algonquin Rd, Arlington Heights, IL 60005, United States
MD Anderson Cancer Center