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Event: Lean Six Sigma and Process Improvement in Healthcare Summit

One-day pass option introduced

Published: Wednesday, April 27, 2011 - 12:11

(WCBF Inc: Chicago) -- Because it is hard to take time away from the workplace, WCBF has introduced a one-day pass option for any of the four days of the Lean Six Sigma and Process Improvement Healthcare Summit, scheduled for May 10–13, 2011, in New Orleans. The pass is for new attendees only, so whether you just want to attend the pre-summit workshops, one day of the main summit, or the post-summit sessions and the site visit, this is now possible. Registration fees are also proportionally lower, e.g., May 13 is just $895.

Click here to register for a specific one-day pass and attend the largest gathering of senior-level executives responsible for deploying lean and Six Sigma in health care. This offer will close on Friday, April 29, 2011.

To view the full program agenda and speakers, download the summit brochure.

Below is a selection of the 50 leading speakers at this event:
• Ninfa Saunders, president and COO, Virtua Health
• Richard O. Davis, vice president, and executive director of innovation and patient safety, East Baltimore Ambulatory Operations, Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center
• Gregory Stock, CEO, Thibodaux Regional Medical Center
• Karen Wolk Feinstein, Ph.D., president and CEO, Jewish Healthcare Foundation, and CEO, Pittsburgh Regional Healthcare Initiative
• Joseph Alongi, chief transformation officer, Jacobi Medical Center
• Robert Lancey, chief of cardiac surgery, Bassett Healthcare
• Doug Sabotin, head of lean Six Sigma, Columbus Regional Hospital
• Joe Guarisco, chairman, department of emergency medicine, chief emergency services, Ochsner Health Systems
• Lisa Schilling, vice president, health care performance improvement, department of care and service quality, Kaiser Permanente

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to e-mail reg@wcbf.com.

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The Worldwide Conventions and Business Forums (WCBF) is an independent organization headquartered in Chicago that produces the most extensively researched, high-quality lean, Six Sigma, and process excellence events, which address current and forthcoming challenges and provide up-to-date solutions for senior professionals working in the quality sector. WCBF facilitates interactive environments for best practice from key players in their field, which enables corporations to benefit from this pooling of expertise. WCBF is dedicated to objective and intensive research in the marketplace. WCBF is a totally client-centered company. Close teamwork and constant interaction with its clients are at the core of its success.