Written specifically for the pharmaceutical industry, Continuous Improvement in the Healthcare Manufacturing Industry provides proven methods for cutting costs and improving overall performance according to industry standards. Rather than viewing continuous improvement as a management-led initiative, the author takes a bottom-up approach that involves getting the workforce behind the initiative and then bringing management on board, creating a culture that gives organizations a better and more lasting commitment. She addresses problems that can arise from regulatory pressures, short patent life, competition, right-sizing, and outmoded processes. FeaturesThe service had been discontinued two years before as a cost-saving measure. Breakdowns were ... They left laboratory equipment repairs until all their other work was finished, as they knew the repairs would be difficult. If they were unable toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Continuous Improvement in the Healthcare Manufacturing Industry|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1999-09-30|