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|Posté le: Mer 6 Juin - 13:23 (2018) Sujet du message: Advice on VSM at hematology
I am doing a VSM at our outpatient hematology clinic. One of the process steps is related to the analysis of the blood sample in a lab - which takes about 2 hours from the registration of the sample to sending the results to the doctor. I do not see though into the processes in a lab (i.e. how much of the time is actually attributed to the work with the sample and how much would be a non-value added time for the patient) - but decide to ignore this for now, due to the complexity: the lab caters not only to hematology, but all of the hospital departments and some other external hospitals as well. In the meantime, the patient is waiting in the clinic waiting room and the waiting time is well beyond these 2 hours.So as to correctly calculate the waiting time ahead of the consultation with the doctor - do I deduct from the total waiting time (after the patient's blood sample is registered in a lab) the time while the blood sample of being analysed?
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.
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