Body Scans and Bottlenecks: Optimizing Hospital CT Process Flows Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

A midwest hospital buys new CT Scanners which are not substantially slower than the present technology. Processes in the radiology section are optimized to the older, existing scanners, and technicians are not able to take full advantage of the new scanner speed.

The hospital finds itself working to change the processes to suit the new scanners capabilities and take full advantages of their speed.

PUBLICATION DATE: November 01, 2011 PRODUCT #: KEL592-PDF-ENG

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