Company President Sanjeev Agrawal to Speak on Using Data Science to Optimize Utilization of Operating Rooms SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Feb. 21, 2018 — LeanTaaS, Inc., a Silicon Valley software innovator that increases patient access and transforms operational performance for healthcare providers, today announced that it will be exhibiting at the Healthcare Information and Management… Read More

Doubles Infusion Chairs Under Management, Reduces Wait Times for Over 1 Million Patient Visits Customer base includes 21 NCI and 11 NCCN centers 85 U.S. cancer centers use iQueue for Infusion Centers to maximize chair utilization More than 1 million patient visits saw wait times reduced by 30-50 percent SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Dec. 19,… Read More

Predictive Analytics and Machine Learning Technology Lowers Wait Times, Increases Patient Access and Improves Operational Performance SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Nov. 14, 2017 — LeanTaaS, Inc., a Silicon Valley software innovator that increases patient access and transforms operational performance for healthcare providers, today announced that new investor Insight Venture Partners, a leading global venture capital… Read More

Predictive Analytics and Machine Learning Help Nationally Recognized Colorado Health System to Care for More Patients, Reduce Wait Times and Increase Employee Satisfaction SANTA CLARA, Calif. — November 14, 2017 — LeanTaaS, Inc., a Silicon Valley innovator of software solutions that increase patient access and improve operational performance for healthcare providers, today shared results from… Read More

Excellent service processes are fast processes — this is the universal truth of service operations. Just as the water level in the bay hides the rocks from visibility, high levels of inventory mask underlying problems in manufacturing or logistics. Extending the analogy to service, long process times mask all kinds of service inefficiencies, such as… Read More

It seems as if news about another hospital laying off workers–or worse, closing–hits the news everyday; at last count 21 hospitals stopped treating patients in 2016. Hospitals and healthcare systems across the country, including some of the largest, laid off thousands of employees. In November 2016 alone, 13 providers eliminated more than 1,000 jobs. In September,… Read More

While reimbursement requirements are a major driver of this focus, reducing LOS can also decrease the number of hospital-acquired conditions (HACs), which are subject to payment reductions of their own. Efforts to reduce LOS have led to a flurry of research into factors that impact LOS and how to address them. Due to the diversity… Read More

Hat tip to Sharon O’Keefe, CEO of the University of Chicago Medical Center, for introducing the phrase “make your assets sweat” to our team, which inspired me to write this article. The Affordable Care Act, increased government regulations and rising healthcare costs are forcing hospitals to do more with less. Last year, several major healthcare networks… Read More

It would be an understatement to say that 2016 was a year of unanticipated results. I expect 2017 will be another fascinating year for providers, patients, suppliers and payers. As president and CMO of LeanTaaS, I expect to have a front-row seat in partnership with the 30+ leading health systems we work with all over… Read More