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By ISQua Thursday. Apr 15, 2021

Watch the Recording: Prioritization in Quality Management and Continuous Improvement Featured


About the session

This webinar will form part of the new Fellowship module on Advanced Methods, Tools, and Techniques for Continuous Improvement. Our presenter, Richard Greenhill will discuss prioritization through use of common tools and explain the purpose of a systematic approach to improving performance.

About the presenter

Dr. Greenhill is an experienced healthcare change leader turned tenure-track Assistant Professor at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) in the Dept. Healthcare Management and Leadership - School of Health Professions. He is a Texas Tech University (TTU) Innovation Hub Faculty Ambassador (2020-2021) and member of the TTU Center for Excellence in High Reliability Organizations and Processes. Also he teaches Six Sigma and Project Management at the TTU Rawls College of Business Professional and STEM MBA programs.

His experience spans more than 28 years with prior roles including executive leadership in healthcare operations, strategy, quality, and project management. Dr. Greenhill serves as Deputy Editor in the International Society for Quality in Healthcare for the new journal IJQHC Communications and expert peer reviewer for nationally and internationally recognized healthcare quality journals.

His certifications include Six Sigma Black Belt, Lean practitioner, Certified Professional Healthcare Quality, Fellow, International Society for Quality in Health Care and Project Management Professional. He is Board Certified in Healthcare Management and is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE). His educational accolades include: Doctor of Health Administration (Central Michigan University), Master of Business Administration and Master of Science (University of Maryland), Bachelor of Science (Southern Illinois University); and completing a Master of Science in Data Science at Texas Tech University.


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