Opus Solutions creates sustainable shifts in performance and culture in collaboration with our healthcare clients. These institutions have called on Opus to fix problems, streamline inefficiencies and develop processes that build lasting change. The following in-depth Case Studies provide detailed analysis of the approach that Opus uses and the results that these methodologies deliver.

Case Study: KGH Steile Processing
In 2006, Kingston General Hospital’s Sterile Processing department was preparing to renovate and wanted to make the most of the opportunity. 10 years later, they continue to shatter benchmarks.

Case Study: OR Lee Memorial
With surgical volumes continuing to climb, Lee Health explored multiple opportunities to improve both communication and synchronization between the nurses, anesthesiologists, surgeons, and other team members. The team made good systems even better, and frustrations were removed so the staff could focus on what matters most: the patient.

Case Study: Children’s Hospital Design
Lean Design helps Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida avoid $3 million in construction costs and achieve 16,000 square feet in space reduction.

Case Study: Pediatric Emergency Department
Emergency Department at Golisano Children’s Hospital of Southwest Florida sets new standard for care with 64% reduction in Door-to-Provider time and 33% reduction in time from arrival to discharge.

Case Study: Inpatient Unit
Redington-Fairview General Hospital achieves dramatic improvements in patient flow using the Opus Solutions performance improvement model.

Case Study: Emergency Department
Redington-Fairview General Hospital Emergency Department drives dramatic improvements in patient experience: seeing a provider 60% sooner, 39% shorter stays, and 61% fewer patients leaving prior
to discharge.

Case Study: Outpatient Medical Center Design
Collaborative approach to Lean Design reduces initial design timeframe by 90%, eliminates change requests, and results in happy staff and patients upon move-in.

Case Study: Clinical Pharmacy
Clinical Pharmacy uses Lean to decrease wait times for patients to see pharmacist by 41%
and eliminate no cover days.