" MEET OUR HSE STUDENTS " SESSION
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
The HSE webinar will provide you the opportunity to learn about the new innovative master's program. Listen to the Director of the Program, Hisham Abu-Nabaa and 4 students answer questions from webinar participants. Students are Dr. Terry Theman, Cardiothoraic Surgeon, Robert Rodgers,full time student, Dr. David Adinaro, Cheif of Emergency Department St. Joseph's Regional Medical Center and Michael Kimball, recent HSE graduate and Senior Management Engineer at Lehigh Valley Health Network.
Healthcare Systems Engineering: Tools to Untangle Complexity and Mitigate Risks
Wednesday, March 15, 2012
Past attempts to improve the delivery of healthcare and mitigate the risks associated with the use of medications have been thwarted by the sheer complexity of the healthcare system. Ad hoc planning and intuitive approaches to risk assessment cannot produce programs that effectively manage safe use of medications. Systems engineering is the proven discipline of measuring, modeling, and managing process improvements in large complex systems. Lehigh University is pioneering the application of systems engineering to the challenging needs of healthcare. Healthcare Systems Engineering provides pharmaceutical industry professionals standardized tools and methods to develop and evaluate programs that improve safe use of medications.
"Designing Tomorrow's Healthcare Systems"
Friday, October 26th, and November 30th, 2012
The HSE webinar "Designing Tomorrow's Healthcare Systems" provided individuals with the opportunity to learn about the new innovative master's program. Prospective students received an informative overview of the program and were given the oppourtunity to connect both with the program's director, Professor Hisham Abu-Nabaa, as well as core faculty and current students.
May 9, 2014 - 3:00PM Central
Intelligent Systems Engineering Approach’s Applied to Improving Healthcare DeliveryGiven the rising healthcare costs, need for a delicate cost-quality balance and the recent revolution in high performance computing and genomics, healthcare is ripe for a transformation. This creates the requirement for a new generation of intelligent healthcare informatics enabling automated data processing and analysis. Solutions for this challenge requires an innovative and integrated approach that draws from all sectors of the healthcare field. This includes the medical and provider community and associated insurance and regulatory organizations, as well as experts from the realms of business and economics, information technology, and systems engineering. Presented by Hisham Abu-Nabaa. Click here to listen to the recording.
April 4, 2014 - 11:00AM Central
Introduction to Healthcare Systems Engineering Presented by integrating scientific values of systems engineering to determine the most efficient and optimal methods to manage healthcare systems and support patient care. Presented by Hisham Nabaa. Click here to listen to the recording.
Wednesday April 2, 2014 6:00PM
The fight to rescue American Healthcare. Free screening followed by panel discussion. Light refreshments will be served. Sponsored by the Healthcare Systems Engineering program.
INNOVATIONS IN HEALTHCARE DELIVERY SYSTEMS SYMPOSIUM
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
The need for professionals in the healthcare field is strong and growing due to the aging population and national...
2013 TERM SUMMIT
Thursday, May 23, 2013
TERM and the Lehigh University Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE), in collaboration with the Integrated Healthcare Delivery cluster and the Healthcare Systems Engineering (HSE) program presented the first annual TERM Summit on Thursday, May 23, 2013 in Bethesda, Maryland.
INTEGRATED HEALTHCARE DELIVERY SYMPOSIUM
Thursday, May 10, 2012
The delivery of affordable, effective healthcare is as prominent as it has ever been on the national stage. Beyond the politics, however, lies a simple truth: solutions for this complex challenge require an integrated approach that draws from the medical and provider community and associated insurance and regulatory organizations, as well as experts from the realms of business and economics, information technology, and systems engineering. This workshop explored the state of the art in this field, future research directions and challenges, and mechanisms for interdisciplinary cooperation.