LeanTaaS to Share Customer Insight on Creating a Data-Driven Culture in Healthcare at HIMSS 2019

MultiCare Health and Saint Peter’s University Hospital Join LeanTaaS
President to Speak on Improving Healthcare Operations

SANTA CLARA, Calif. & ORLANDO, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–lt;a href=”https://twitter.com/hashtag/HIMSS19?src=hash” target=”_blank”gt;#HIMSS19lt;/agt;–LeanTaaS,
, a Silicon Valley predictive analytics and machine learning
company that specializes in improving healthcare operations, will
showcase its cloud-based platform to increase patient access, decrease
wait times, reduce healthcare delivery costs, and improve revenue at the 2019
HIMSS Global Conference and Exhibition
. The event is being held
through Feb. 15 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando.

At HIMSS, LeanTaaS will illustrate how leading healthcare providers have
created a data-driven culture that dramatically improves operational
efficiency through advanced data science. The company will demonstrate
its solution in Booth 8051 and present real-world results in two

“Improving OR utilization and surgeon access to OR time can
significantly improve financial results for hospitals and health
systems, increase patient access, and facilitate surgeon recruitment and
retention,” said Agrawal. “But it’s not always easy to adopt innovation
and change. As a surgeon and executive, Dr. Meyer’s unique perspective
will be insightful for this audience.”

Both MultiCare Health and Saint Peter’s University Hospital have
deployed the LeanTaaS iQueue
for Operating Rooms
solution to effect data-driven changes to each
system’s approach to capacity management. iQueue for Operating Rooms is
a lightweight, cloud-based SaaS solution that digitally transforms core
operational processes in ORs. The solution unlocks OR capacity so more
cases can be performed in the same number of ORs without extending
business hours. On average, health systems deploying the solution have
seen an increase of $300,000 per OR per year.

“I’m looking forward to sharing how Saint Peter’s University Hospital
leveraged EHR data to improve OR access using mobile and web
technologies, increased accountability with surgeon-centric metrics and
reporting, and helped surgeons better understand the “why” behind OR
metrics,” said Dr. Tannenbaum.

Agrawal concluded, “There is a lot of exciting and positive momentum at
LeanTaaS right now, and our goal for HIMSS is to share that message with
the rest of the industry.”

For more information, visit https://leantaas.com/,
and connect on Twitter/LeanTaaS,
and LinkedIn/LeanTaaS.


HIMSS is a global advisor and thought leader supporting the
transformation of health through the application of information and
technology. As a mission driven non-profit, HIMSS provides thought
leadership, community building, public policy, professional/workforce
development and engaging events to bring forward the voice of our
members. HIMSS encompasses more than 70,000 global individual members,
630 corporate members, and over 450 non-profit organizations. Thousands
of volunteers work through HIMSS to leverage the innovation of digital
health to improve both the health of individuals and populations as well
as the quality, cost-effectiveness and access of healthcare.

About LeanTaaS

LeanTaaS provides software solutions that combine lean principles,
predictive analytics, and machine learning to transform hospital and
infusion center operations. More than 50 providers across the nation
rely on the company’s iQueue cloud-based platform to increase patient
access, decrease wait times, reduce healthcare delivery costs, and
improve revenues. LeanTaaS is based in Santa Clara, California, and
Charlotte, North Carolina. For more information about LeanTaaS, please
visit https://leantaas.com/,
and connect on Twitter/LeanTaaS,
and LinkedIn/LeanTaaS.

LeanTaaS and iQueue are trademarks of LeanTaaS. All other brand names
and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their
respective companies.

Tags: LeanTaaS, HIMSS, iQueue, hospitals, operating rooms, healthcare,
infusion centers, cancer centers, predictive analytics, machine
learning, Saint Peter’s University Hospital, MultiCare Health


Dottie O’Rourke
TECHMarket Communications
(650) 344-1260

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