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Product News: Process Improvement Training Series Targets Health Care Industry

Blended e-learning program includes online modules customized for the health care work force

Published: Tuesday, October 12, 2010 - 13:25

(The Quality Group: Atlanta, GA) -- The Quality Group (TQG) has announced the release of The Health Care Series, which is process improvement (lean Six Sigma) training for the health care professional. The newly developed blended e-learning series focuses on condensed class times and highly customized online training modules to meet the needs of the health care work force.

“With The Quality Group’s new Health Care Series, organizations will be better able to motivate and prepare their work forces to help eliminate waste, reduce variability, and increase the productivity of their health care delivery systems,” says Jennifer Ralston, CEO and president of HKPO Lean Sigma Experts and former deployment leader for American Red Cross Biomedical Services. “Organizations that embrace the new model will experience streamlined training time, condensed classroom time, faster and more meaningful results, and a more wide ranging impact that can be tied to health care organizations’ bottom line.”

To customize the training for the health care worker, The Quality Group assembled a diverse team of industry  experts, including Ralston; Kathy Price, current director of clinical effectiveness at Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth Health System; and Liz Keim and Bob King, long-time industry leaders from GOAL/QPC.

The Health Care Series is available to purchase now and can be licensed through The Quality Group or its various academic and distribution partners. Modular pricing, per-user, and unlimited-use subscription models are available. Visit www.thequalitygroup.net for more information.

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Since 1992, The Quality Group has been producing innovative e-learning solutions that improve lives, organizations, and communities. A leader in blended learning solutions for process improvement, The Quality Group enables elegant, technology-powered learning experiences on a global scale with an ever present focus on process improvement.