UH Healthcare Executive Training Series to Offer Classes, Professional Speakers Oct. 8-10

"Lean" is a decades-old business and manufacturing process aimed at maximizing productivity and reducing waste. Derived from the Toyota Production System, "Lean" has proven effective for a host of industries including healthcare.

The University of Houston's Healthcare Executive Training Series will offer classes focused on "Lean" practices tailored specifically for the healthcare industry. The conference will be conducted from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the HESS Club (5430 Westheimer Rd.) Oct. 8 -10. It is presented by the Texas Manufacturing Assistance Center, an affiliate of the UH College of Technology.

The series also will include an executive speaker series featuring healthcare professionals from Houston and around the state discussing healthcare issues and trends. Among the topics to be presented are organizational development, clinical integration and customer loyalty.

"We are excited to offer the first UH Healthcare Executive Training program and provide continuing education to hospital administrators and directors," said David Walker, regional director for TMAC. "This program will help hospitals and clinics improve their bottom lines and offer practical advice for hospital leaders."

Registration is open and the cost is $1,250 per person for the three-day seminar and $1,100 per person with two or more attendees from the same hospital. For a complete schedule of classes and to register online, please visit http://www.uh-healthcare-executive-training.com/Educational-Events.html.

For more information about UH Healthcare Extension Programs, visit http://www.uh-healthcare-executive training.com.

WHAT: UH Healthcare Executive Training Series
WHEN: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Oct. 8-10
5430 Westheimer Rd.
Houston, TX  77056
WHO: University of Houston Executive Training Program