The new consulting service line is an extension of the CensiServe portfolio and will offer hospitals expert consulting on operational efficiency.
FRANKLIN, Tenn. (PRWEB) February 12, 2019
Censis Technologies, the leader in surgical asset management, announced today the launch of Lean Consulting services in partnership with Operational Performance Solutions, Inc. (OPS), a leading provider of process improvement services. This new service line is an extension of the CensiServe portfolio and will offer hospitals expert consulting on the sterile processing department (SPD) operational efficiency. The ultimate goal of Lean is continuous improvement through a relentless focus on eliminating waste, and Lean Consulting engagements led by OPS have resulted in sustainable improvements that reduced traveling staff costs by more than $30,000 per month.
“We are extremely excited to launch our Lean Consulting services,” said Censis CEO, Randy Smith. “Having worked with three of the last five HPN (Healthcare Purchasing News) SPDs of the Year, we know this will positively impact hospitals by improving quality and reducing costs. It will be a great addition to the rest of our CensiServe offerings.”
CensiServe is a Censis service offering that is comprised of certified consultants with extensive backgrounds in the SPD and OR. Backed with research-based, proven knowledge, CensiServe offerings help facilities optimize their teams and processes through clinical assessments, on-site training, and software utilization recommendations. Clients interested in learning more about Lean Consulting can reach out directly to their Censis client managers or visit the Censis website at http://www.censis.com.
About Censis Technologies
Censis Technologies, based in Franklin, Tennessee, is the leader in surgical instrument and asset management software. Censis offers a range of solutions, including CensiTrac, which is a highly advanced, web-based software system focused on maximizing OR throughput and regulatory compliance. Censis Technologies’ software is deployed in over 1000 hospitals in the United States, Canada, and Australia. For more information, visit http://www.censis.com.