Patient safety and comfort should be a hospital's top priority. When a patient has a negative experience at a hospital or needs to voice a concern about the quality of their care, it’s important to have a system in place for case management and timely responses. Using an effective hospital complaint software for streamlining processes and organizing complaints helps hospitals stay on top of their work, answer inquiries more quickly, and resolve more patient cases.
Every business, including manufacturing companies, runs on a complex system of processes. When those processes break down, trouble starts brewing. Whether they're missed opportunities for organizational efficiency or significant operational disruptions, problems stemming from poor workflow management principles can impede optimal business operations.
8:30am. I walked in the front door, nerves on edge. Looking around, there was almost no one in the office. By the front door was a bell to ring for assistance. I rang it, hearing the echo as it reverberated through the building. Finally someone walked out and asked how I could be helped. I introduced myself and said it was my first day at the company.
Manual processes are the bane of the modern business, yet we continue to tolerate them. Maybe it's because we've grown accustomed to the day-to-day inconveniences and bottlenecks they create. Or it could be that manual workflows have always been the way things have been done, and no one wants to rock the boat.
Collaboration is king in the workplace - at least that's what we tell ourselves. A lot of businesses talk a big game about encouraging collaboration between different departments and teams, but in the end, are they actually stepping up and putting their money where their mouths are?
When you purchased Issuetrak software, you had a specific problem that needed to be resolved. Setting up your system and training your team are critical steps toward implementing Issuetrak successfully. And, if you’re the system administrator, you’re probably responsible for all of the above.
Getting a handle on your business processes requires intricate knowledge of both the procedure itself and the variables that give you the desired results. The biggest part of managing workflows is to have everything documented. This allows you to transfer knowledge and refer to it whenever necessary. It’s even better if you’re able to set up that process with a software program that allows repetition and ensures that anyone new to the process can follow it without missteps or errors.
Engineering Change Management in a manufacturing environment requires significant attention to detail. How many times are change approvals and processes put into a binder stored on the production line floor? Can you easily pull information for a report to upper management? Can adjustments to existing processes be effectively communicated with all employees? This is where paper, email, and spreadsheets begin to break down, and some form of tracking software becomes more necessary.