Balancing Capacity and Demand in your Endoscopy Service 2019
This dedicated NHS workshop will provide you with the demand and capacity modelling skills that you can transfer into your own service. Come together with your colleagues from across the country and gain practical insight to analyse capacity and demand to utilise your resources and improve your endoscopy service. Leave the day ready to put an action plan into place to effectively manage variation in your pathway, optimise your scheduling and maximise your scope time.
This is your chance to get on the road to achieving the right capacity for the demands on your service. You will have the opportunity to explore unique tools, hear worked examples and gain evidenced understanding which you can then apply to your endoscopy service. Use this opportunity to network with your colleagues from other trusts and share ideas and best practice advice. Focussing on:
- Enhancing utilisation: maximise scope time and reduce downtime
- Improving flow: extending your nursing skill mix and develop nurse-led pre-admission and discharge
- Optimise scheduling: reduce waste and improve your DNA and cancellation rate
Leave this interactive workshop able to implement the tools to drive your NHS endoscopy service forward. Get to grips with new knowledge and skills and learn how to balance capacity and demand by:
- Creating an action plan
- Delving into the principles of demand and capacity
- Coping with variation
- Using the modelling theory to drive forward care
- Implementing lessons learnt from evidenced outcomes
- Improving resource utilisation
- Utilising new tools to improve your demand and capacity
Through interactive exercises and extensive group work, you will have the opportunity to come together with other inpatient departments, learn how to embed the theory into practice and return to your trust fired up to make the necessary changes to deliver efficiency. Designed for Bed Managers, this day would have particular value for whole-team attendance and would be useful for:
- Heads of Service, Managers and Coordinators
- Nurse Managers, Lead Nurses, Matrons and Sisters
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Previously described as “invaluable for improving my understanding of issues that impact endoscopy and more importantly the solutions” and “a good day that gave great insight, allowed networking with other organisations and sharing of good practice” this event previously took place in November 2018 in Birmingham.
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Led by Lisa Smith, Director, Healthcare Improvement Experts.
|9.00||Registration, refreshments and networking|
|9.30||Opening remarks and introductions|
Utilise your endoscopy rooms and maximise scope time
|9.50||Getting to grips with the theories behind demand and capacity measurement|
Applying the theory to endoscopy: creating strategies applicable to you
Measuring demand, capacity, activity and backlog: the what, when and how of data collection
Interpreting data: identifying variations in demand and hidden demand
Identifying trends and beginning team engagement
Improving flow and skill mix in your service
|11.20||Reviewing your demand and capacity |
10 steps to making effective improvements: case study projects that deliver
Mapping and analysing the pathway: identify and eliminate bottlenecks
Redesigning the pathway to match demand and capacity
Smoothing variation and creating flow to prevent backlogs in your endoscopy service
Creating engagement: simple ideas that create a big difference
|12.20||Question, answer and discussion session|
Optimise scheduling and reduce your DNAs
|1.40||Explore better way of working and strategies for: |
Referrals: understanding and managing demand at source
Scheduling: getting it right first time
Utilisation and the real benefits of working smarter not harder: rooms, decontamination and recovery
Effective skill mix in your pathway
|3.10||Question, answer and discussion session|
|4.10||Chair’s closing remarks|
|4.30||Close of day|
Explore strategies to eliminate bottlenecks and match capacity to your demand with Lisa Smith, Director, Healthcare Improvement Experts. She will engage your learning with practical examples, facilitated sessions and redesign insights.
This pricing structure applies across this conference and related events
- NHS or Public Sector for one place £399 + VAT
- NHS or Public Sector for two or three places (each) £299 + VAT
- NHS or Public Sector for four places (each) £279 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation for one place £699 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation two or three places (each) £599 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation four or more places (each) £579 + VAT
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