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Healthcare Affordability

Motivate People, Improve Processes, and Increase Performance

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Healthcare Affordability by Paul Walter Odomirok Sr
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A major concern in society is affordable healthcare and quality healthcare accessibility. Both of these societal needs are included in this book. The cost of all dimensions of healthcare has increased dramatically over the past 10 years. In addition, accessibility and availability of quality healthcare has been effected by new regulations, new rules, and radical changes in the industry. This book addresses patient requirements, value delivery, responsiveness, and quality at a lower cost and price. It also provides a view and perspective at an enterprise level across all providers and suppliers.

Author Biography

Mr. Paul Odomirok is President and CEO of Performance Excellence Associates, Inc. For the past 40 years, Paul has been involved in several careers from Academia to Corporate Leadership to Consulting to Entrepreneurship. In his `first career', he taught Mathematics and Computer Science at all levels of learning, from Pre-School to Post-PhD. He was even involved in designing graduate level curriculums at the University of South Carolina as an Adjunct Professor. His second career began in 1985 with NCR. Beginning as a Senior Programmer Analyst, he was promoted to Manager - Software Development, Product Manager, Manager - Product Management, Corporate Strategic Planner for Banking, Director - Retail Systems Product Integration, Director of Quality and Corporate Coach. During his stint corporate America, he experienced the NCR/AT&T merger, and was responsible, as a Director of Quality, for the cultural transformation and change leadership for the Retail Systems Division Organization in Duluth, Georgia. He was trained by Bell Labs, and utilized as an Executive Coach for NCR/AT&T Executives. He left NCR/AT&T in 1995 to pursue a consulting career, in the areas of Leadership, Team Development, Strategy, Structure, Systems and Organization Performance. Over the past 20 years he has trained, coached and mentored hundreds of IIE and ASQ Green Belts and Black Belts in Lean, Six Sigma and Lean Six Sigma, as well as coached leaders and managers how to develop and implement strategic plans. He's worked with more than 95 organizations on over 180 different performance improvement projects, organization change programs and continuous improvement initiatives. His expertise ranges across a variety of disciplines, including Lean, Six Sigma, Manufacturing, Engineering, Supply Chain, Healthcare, multiple Services, and Leadership/Management Development. Although most of his projects have been concentrated in the commercial business area, his most recent projects have been in Defense and Healthcare for leadership development, strategic planning, increasing process speed, improving quality, lowering cost and attaining supply chain logistics excellence for two specific programs; F/A-18 `Super Hornet', MRAP (Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle program) and several Healthcare Institutions.
Release date Australia
September 28th, 2018
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
40 Line drawings, black and white; 20 Halftones, black and white; 20 Tables, black and white
Imprint
CRC Press
Pages
156
ISBN-13
9781138553514
Product ID
28249131

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