October 17, 2016

Performance improvement teams can move the needle from ‘good’ to ‘great’

Performance improvement teams (PITs) have helped many businesses resolve workflow or other obstacles impeding efficiency. For perioperative services, PITs consist of a multidisciplinary group of frontline personnel associated with a defined process. PITs often have a key facilitator and are sponsored by leadership. Missions and goals are created, progress is assessed by defined metrics, and results are communicated to all staff.

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