Cleveland Clinic adopts manufacturing practices to improve care

07/28/2010 | U.S. News & World Report

With help from efficiency experts, Cleveland Clinic developed a quality-improvement program that borrows some of the best principles of manufacturing to provide more coordinated care to patients. Focusing on "continuous improvement," the program has prompted a reorganization of the hospital's 25 centers based on specific diseases or organ systems rather than specialties.

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