IME 656: Engineering for Healthcare Systems —This course examines the technical structure of the healthcare delivery system and the role that industrial and systems engineering (ISE) plays in its design and improvement. Included will be how healthcare systems work in hospitals, medical offices, clinics and other healthcare organizations. Traditional ISE methods for improving quality, patient safety, and employee productivity and satisfaction will be presented within a systematic application of value chain engineering designed to produce lean processes.
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Crux Points Podcasts, by Cast & Hue - Surviving and Thriving in a Healthcare World Where the Consumer is in Control: At the core of each episode is an interview with a healthcare executive, leader, analyst or other expert who shares their perspective on how providers and other organizations can survive and thrive in this new era of healthcare.
University of Oxford Healthcare Podcasts: The podcasts are given by authoritative sources and touch upon many of the issues facing the healthcare industry.