Meet LeanTaaS

LeanTaaS uses lean principles, machine learning, and predictive analytics to digitally transform core operational processes in healthcare. This transformation increases patient access, decreases wait times, improves staff satisfaction, reduces healthcare delivery costs, and improves operational performance. LeanTaaS's cloud-based iQueue platform mathematically matches the demand for constrained healthcare resources – operating rooms, infusion chairs, imaging assets, inpatient beds, etc. – with supply. Hospitals and health systems across the nation – including the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, OhioHealth, Stanford Health Care, UCHealth, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Duke Health, and NewYork-Presbyterian – rely on iQueue to transform operational performance.

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Tranform Operating Room Performance with Predictive Analytics

Improve Infusion Center Operations Through Optimized Scheduling and Predictive Visibility

Join LeanTaaS' Mohan Giridharadas, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, for an Industry Partner Spotlight

Thursday, November 12, 2020
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Industry Partner Spotlight


Anyone who has ever had to seek medical attention for an injury, illness, or even just a simple check-up knows how frustrating and long the process can be just to get the care you need. It’s at best an inconvenience and at worst, long wait times can deepen the severity of a patient’s condition. It’s a symptom of our current healthcare system that plays out hundreds of thousands of times a day across the country. And it’s created a lose/lose/lose scenario for physicians, patients, and medical facilities. Mohan will walk through the core principles and applications covered in his new book (co-authored by Sanjeev Agrawal) published by ForbesBooks: Better Healthcare Through Math: Bending the Access and Cost Curves.


Mohan Giridharadas