My name is Meg Chapple, and this week I became the Director of Marketing and Communications for the Colorado Lean Network. I work in the healthcare industry, primarily to improve access to care and reduce waste wherever possible. I first fell in love with Lean while working at Denver Health, where an innovative approach to reducing healthcare costs by eliminating waste brought international recognition, not to mention two decades operating with a budget surplus. Lean gives me the chance to continuously focus on people, and I am excited this role will allow me to expand the reach and resources of CLN. Please feel free to reach out to me, and I hope to meet you in person at the CLN Quarterly Kaizen at CDOT next Friday, July 20th, or another upcoming event. I am thrilled to be here!
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Meg's career in healthcare has made her passionate about Lean's ability to improve patient satisfaction and care outcomes by reducing waste and lowering costs. She has spent years in patient access, with a focus on the patient perspective, earning multiple awards for extraordinary customer service and collaborative problem solving. In December of 2016, Meg completed an MBA at Regis University, specializing in Healthcare Industry Leadership. Since then, she has led quality and collections improvement efforts with outstanding results, coaching the performance of individuals and teams across multiple facilities and through times of change. As the new Director of Communications, she is thrilled to expand the reach and resources of CLN. View all posts by Meg Chapple