Joining me again for Episode #369 of the podcast is Dr. Rachel Mandel, a self-described “healthcare whisperer” and Washington D.C.-based consultant for healthcare organizations. She has her own practice and also works as a Senior Healthcare Advisor for Operational Performance Solutions, Inc.
She was a guest recently for Episode #367, but we had recorded that before the pandemic. So, we decided to do another episode, this time as a live YouTube stream, to talk about issues of the moment, and the future, related to Lean and Covid-19 — leadership, respect, and safety among other themes. We did this as a video podcast, so you can listen as usual or watch the video.
Again, she is a physician (OB-GYN) and previously served as the Vice President of Medical Affairs for a health system in Maryland. Read her full bio here.
For a link to this episode, refer people to www.leanblog.org/369.
Video of the Conversation:
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Questions, Topics, Quotes, and Links:
- Rachel's LinkedIn page
- Operational Performance Solutions
- How is Lean valuable here in the Covid-19 era?
- Why is “checklist” no longer a dirty word?
- What is happening to the clinical workforce right now? What do you expect to happen?
- What's the opportunity for engaging clinicians with Lean in the short-term and long-term?
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