LeanTaaS, a leading provider of AI-powered and SaaS-based capacity management, staffing, and patient flow software for health systems, is excited to announce the upcoming Transform Hospital Operations Virtual Summit. In collaboration with Becker’s Healthcare, the summit will take place on December 5-6, 2023, offering healthcare executives a unique opportunity to explore AI-powered solutions that can reshape operations, generate ROI, and bridge the staffing gap.
With healthcare organizations facing tight margins and staffing shortages, it has become imperative for hospital decision-makers to adopt disruptive technology that empowers staff, expands access to care, and increases revenue sustainably. LeanTaaS recognizes that AI, machine learning, and predictive analytics are powerful tools that can deliver the right recommendations to the right people at the right time.
During the Transform Hospital Operations Virtual Summit, real-life case studies will be presented by healthcare leaders from prominent systems such as Baptist Health Jacksonville, Bon Secours Mercy Health, and the Mayo Clinic. These leaders will share how they have leveraged AI/ML solutions to increase patient access, optimize expensive assets, close staffing gaps, and delay capital expenditures.
Additionally, the Transform Infusion Center Operations Virtual Summit, which will be held on day two of the event, will focus specifically on infusion centers. As these centers experience increased demand for life-saving services, LeanTaaS recognizes that nearly two-thirds of them struggle with staff shortages. Therefore, the summit aims to provide collaborative and thought-provoking sessions to connect cancer center leaders and jumpstart innovation initiatives in this highly constrained environment.
LeanTaaS offers the iQueue product suite, an AI-powered software solution that combines lean principles with predictive and prescriptive analytics to transform hospital operations. With solutions tailored for operating rooms, infusion centers, and inpatient flow, iQueue enables healthcare organizations to achieve operational excellence, improve patient care, increase resource utilization, and reduce waiting times.
To join the Transform Hospital Operations Virtual Summit and learn from healthcare leaders who are driving innovation and achieving incredible outcomes, registration is free for all attendees. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain insights into how AI-powered solutions can revolutionize healthcare operations and bridge the staffing gap.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Transform Hospital Operations Virtual Summit?
The Transform Hospital Operations Virtual Summit is a two-day event hosted by LeanTaaS in partnership with Becker’s Healthcare. It brings together healthcare executives from leading health systems to explore the use of AI-powered solutions in reshaping operations and bridging the staffing gap.
Who are the keynote speakers at the summit?
The keynote speakers at the summit include healthcare leaders from renowned organizations such as Baptist Health Jacksonville, Bon Secours Mercy Health, and the Mayo Clinic. They will present real-life case studies showcasing the successful implementation of AI/ML solutions in improving patient access, optimizing assets, and closing staffing gaps.
What is the Transform Infusion Center Operations Virtual Summit?
The Transform Infusion Center Operations Virtual Summit is a dedicated one-day event focused on infusion centers. It aims to provide cancer center leaders with an opportunity to connect, collaborate, and explore innovative solutions to address increased patient demand and staffing shortages.
What is the iQueue product suite?
The iQueue product suite is an AI-powered software solution offered by LeanTaaS. It combines lean principles, predictive analytics, and machine learning to transform hospital operations and increase patient access. The suite includes solutions for operating rooms, infusion centers, and inpatient flow, enabling healthcare organizations to optimize resource utilization, reduce waiting times, and improve patient care.