Health facilities today are under constant pressure to increase performance in spite of fewer resources, less staff and tighter budgets. With 60 to 70% of medical decisions relying on in vitro diagnostics1, optimizing lab processes is a clear way to impact your bottom line with small, targeted investments.
At bioMérieux we can help you create savings through lab processes, people and technology.
bioMérieux – helping you do more with less
Without heavy outlays, bioMérieux can help you contain costs by conducting a Lab Performance Assessment to review current practices. Based on our 50 years of experience with labs, we can help you develop a more practical workflow plan and get the most out of your existing equipment to help you achieve ultimate performance while keeping costs down.
Keeping staff motivated
We have helped hundreds of labs with our full range of training courses, suited to all levels and positions.
bioMérieux’s LEAN lab Assessment
With our unique understanding of the challenges labs face, our consultants can help you increase your lab’s productivity by up to 30%, by helping you make better use of staff skills and resources. bioMérieux’s LEAN Lab Assessment gives your team members the opportunity take control of their own personal development, empowering them for long-lasting impact.
Our experienced outside perspective brings clarity to identify stale working practices, guide positive change and increase motivation. LEAN Lab Implementation improves turnaround times and leads to faster results and more confident clinical decision making.
“Prior to the LEAN laboratory assessment, the microbiology laboratory at CNMC employed 11 FTEs plus a supervisor – and it still does. But thanks to our increased efficiency, the productivity of our staff has dramatically improved. The LEAN Laboratory assessment demonstrated that the microbiology laboratory had marked peaks and valleys of activity, which we needed to level off.”
Post-LEAN Staffing: Minimizing the Extreme Peaks and Valleys
1) The Lewin Group, Inc. The Value of Diagnostics Innovation, Adoption and Diffusion into Healthcare (July 2005)