In this on-demand webinar, University of Cincinnati Health’s Director of Transformation Tyler French and Perioperative Supervisor of OR Scheduling Julie Kirby join LeanTaaS Implementation Specialist Alyssa Trocchio to share how University of Cincinnati Health has managed the cultural changes required to improve OR capacity management and has leveraged iQueue for Operating Rooms to reach their desired capacity management goals. They cover the details of the iQueue implementation at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center, including the timeline, operational and cultural challenges, and specific benefits from the first six months.

After viewing this on-demand webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the timeline and phases of an iQueue for Operating Rooms implementation.
  • Understand the mechanisms through which iQueue for Operating Rooms creates positive change.
  • Identify potential challenges in an implementation and learn the ways to overcome them.

Guest Speaker Bios:

Tyler French
Tyler serves as director of UC Health’s Transformation Management Office, a system project office tasked with driving initiatives related to organizational transformation. The team has been involved in projects across the spectrum of quality, safety, experience & efficiency. This includes infrastructure projects such as implementing clinical integrating systems, training/development, & goal alignment, as well as priority improvement projects related to OR Efficiency, Patient Progression, & Ambulatory Access.

Julie Kirby
Julie Kirby is the supervisor for surgery scheduling at UC Medical Center. She has been at UC Medical Center since 2009, working in scheduling for the past 3 years and the supervisor role for the past two years. Julie works closely with Anesthesia scheduling cases for Ep Lab, Cath Lab, and Radiology.

Presented By:

Alyssa Trocchio

Implementation Specialist

Tyler French

Director of Transformation
University of Cincinnati Health

Julie Kirby

Perioperative Supervisor
OR Scheduling/Unit Coordinator
University of Cincinnati Health