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The Improvement Programme:
Making Change Better
Michael Adjei-Tabirade
A bit about me…
• Studied Medical Biochemistry
• Graduated 2012
• Pre-medical Applicant
• Property Investor
How did you get the job?
• Working in admin (CBS)
• Tired and frustrated
• Saw the opportunity
• Took action
• Result! Pro...
Job summary
These posts have been established to facilitate change
and work with clinicians, managers and staff to leverag...
What is Service
Improvement?
The improvement programme aims to enhance and
guide services towards achieving and sustaining...
What skills do I need?
• Facilitation and Leadership
• Organization and Administration
• Microsoft Office (especially Exce...
Qualifications
• GE Healthcare ✔
• Prince2
• Lean 6 Sigma
• McKinsey
• Experience in Project Management
VCM
 Tasked to investigate how to become more effective and value for
money
 The approach was developed from the Virgini...
“Embedding continuous
improvement to deliver outstanding
patient care”
Identify
Maximum 1% of
total project
time (Typically
1hr to 2 days)
Dependencies
Clinician /manager
availability
Scope
Max...
Enhanced Recovery
• Phase 1 specialties
– General Surgery
– Gynaecology
– Urology
• Breast pathway
• TURP and TWOC clinic
...
Theatres Program
• Surgical Admissions Lounge (SAL) to Theatres
• Enhanced List Planning
• Theatre Optimization
Next steps…
• Service Manager
• Assistant General Manager
• Project Manager  Program Manager
Contact: michael.tabirade@st...
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The Improvement Programme: Making change for the better

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These are the slides from a talk given at the 2015 series of Careers After Biological Sciences talks by Michael Adjei-Tabirade. At the time of the presentation Michael was Project Change Manager at St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust, London.

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The Improvement Programme: Making change for the better

  1. 1. The Improvement Programme: Making Change Better Michael Adjei-Tabirade
  2. 2. A bit about me… • Studied Medical Biochemistry • Graduated 2012 • Pre-medical Applicant • Property Investor
  3. 3. How did you get the job? • Working in admin (CBS) • Tired and frustrated • Saw the opportunity • Took action • Result! Project Change Manager
  4. 4. Job summary These posts have been established to facilitate change and work with clinicians, managers and staff to leverage significant improvements for the Trust. The themes and work plan are being developed, but will concentrate on patient experience, productivity, efficiency and organisational development within the Division. Each Divisional Project Manager at St George’s will have leadership and performance responsibility for one or more projects and will also draw on expertise and contributions from specialist areas across the Trust.
  5. 5. What is Service Improvement? The improvement programme aims to enhance and guide services towards achieving and sustaining excellence
  6. 6. What skills do I need? • Facilitation and Leadership • Organization and Administration • Microsoft Office (especially Excel) • Communication and Interpersonal • Problem solving • Initiative
  7. 7. Qualifications • GE Healthcare ✔ • Prince2 • Lean 6 Sigma • McKinsey • Experience in Project Management
  8. 8. VCM  Tasked to investigate how to become more effective and value for money  The approach was developed from the Virginia Mason Medical Centre • Vision to chart the purpose and direction of Service Improvement • Compact to align professional and organisational culture with behaviour • A consistent Method to ensure all improvement projects use the recognised Trust lean toolkit
  9. 9. “Embedding continuous improvement to deliver outstanding patient care”
  10. 10. Identify Maximum 1% of total project time (Typically 1hr to 2 days) Dependencies Clinician /manager availability Scope Maximum 12% of total project time (Typically 1 day to 30 days) Dependencies Availability of data, manual data collection and validation Propose Maximum 1% of total project time (Typically 1 hr to 2 days) Dependencies Clinician/manager availability Deliver Minimum 85% of total project time (Typically 1 week to 3 months) Dependencies Type of project approach Review Maximum 1% of total project time (Typically 0.5 days per month) for 12 months Dependencies Length of sustainability period 11 Proposed Service Improvement Approach Timeline Service Improvement Project Approach - Present and Proposed Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 WTE 1 Identify Scope 1 Propose Review WTE 0.5 WTE 0.5 Scope2 Deliver
  11. 11. Enhanced Recovery • Phase 1 specialties – General Surgery – Gynaecology – Urology • Breast pathway • TURP and TWOC clinic *Transurethral resection of the prostate *Trial without catheter
  12. 12. Theatres Program • Surgical Admissions Lounge (SAL) to Theatres • Enhanced List Planning • Theatre Optimization
  13. 13. Next steps… • Service Manager • Assistant General Manager • Project Manager  Program Manager Contact: michael.tabirade@stgeorges.nhs.uk

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