Solutions for all
From transition planning for a pediatric unit, to refining patient flow strategy in the E.R., to improving quality outcomes, our Management Engineering experts help find solutions for diverse clients.
Tools and techniques for process-improvement
•Lean Six Sigma
•Discrete event simulation
•Descriptive and inferential statistics
How can Management Engineering help your department?
Interested departments can visit the UF Health Bridge and search “Management Engineering.” Once on the team’s page, click the “Request a Project” tab. Management Engineering also offers several courses through UF Health Shands Human Resources Development, and others on demand, including:
•Process Improvement Facilitator Training (HRD)
•Process Improvement Specialist Training (HRD)
•Process Improvement Associate Training (On demand)
•5S Organization Training (On demand)
“It is so valuable to have a resource with analytical expertise and outside perspective to facilitate process improvements. Management Engineering has facilitated three major projects for us,” said Caroline Bell, UF Health Shands Hospital Radiology technical director. “Management Engineering brings an outside perspective that is organized, data-driven and produces results in a finite period of time. It is so very important to have that outside assessment, because some issues seem too overwhelming to tackle internally.”
For more information, email Roque Perez-Velez, P.E., DSHS, UF Health Shands Hospital Management Engineering Consulting Services director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“We pride ourselves in facilitating process improvement initiatives led by multidisciplinary teams throughout the UF Heath system,” said Perez-Velez. “These initiatives spark the discovery of efficient and effective ways to make the most out of available resources. Like everyone at UF Health, our ultimate goal is to help improve the patient experience.”
71 – Average number of projects performed annually (2010-14)
47 – Years Management Engineering has been serving UF Health
9 – Team members
5 – Full-time engineers
4 – Industrial engineering interns