Laura Moran

I am a Healthcare Systems Engineer with a passion for improvement. Using simulation and other process improvement tools, I strive to create a better patient experience by combining efficient work flows with effective spatial planning. The process is only as good as the space that contains it. Continuously advancing our own productivity and design culture is also a top priority and I am always looking for ways to improve the ways we deliver results to our customers. For more thoughts on lean, follow me on Array Advisors’ blog.
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Using PDSA to Design an Improved Process

Posted by Laura Moran on Sep 23, 2014

Every day at Array we strive to improve our delivery process so our customers can receive the best quality product we can produce. Plan-Do-Study-Adjust (PDSA) is a process improvement tool that aids.....READ MORE

Topics: Process Improvement, PDSA

Putting Sleep in its Place...Right at the Top!

Posted by Laura Moran on Sep 02, 2014

I recently read an article that delved into some research regarding the effects of a good night’s sleep. The article couldn’t have appeared in my inbox at a better time. On July 16, I received a...

Topics: performance, sleep

Design by the Numbers: Discrete Event Simulation in a Surgery Center

Posted by Laura Moran on Jul 09, 2014

The role of Industrial Engineers does not traditionally involve work in the architecture or healthcare industries. Presently, however, given the high rate of healthcare costs in America, the industry.....READ MORE

Topics: simulation, Continuous Improvement, Surgery Center

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