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Here are our top picks for Lean Six Sigma success stories and news from around the web for the week of February 2, 2015.

NY Crime Lab Improves Efficiency With Lean Six Sigma Process

PoliceOne Editor in Chief said, “If someone said you could increase the efficiency of your jurisdiction’s crime lab by 200 percent, you’d probably initiate an investigation into possible illegal use of controlled substances.” Since implementing the principles of Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma to processes, the Monroe County Crime Lab not only streamlined case-work, but increased efficiency from 200 to 400 percent more cases in 2013 alone.

Six Sigma Process Improves Business, Community Quality

Six Sigma is the quality improvement tool that helped reverse the fortunes of Cummins Inc. early last decade and has been passed on to community partners since. Six Sigma has benefited Bartholomew County organizations and residents. With Six Sigma, there are reductions in errors and defects and time-saving processes in place.

From Volume To Value: Healthcare Reform Reshapes Delivery Models And Diagnostic Laboratories

With the new Affordable Care Act (ACA), clinical laboratories, doctors’ offices, and hospitals are seeing a large number of new patients. To help eliminate unnecessary testing, provide seamless access to laboratory results throughout the continuum of care, improve the quality of testing, and reduce errors, healthcare provide organizations are opting for Lean Six Sigma principles and connectivity solutions.

Jurija Metovic

Jurija is the Client Experience Manager at and provides extraordinary support to our clients to ensure their Lean Six Sigma process improvement journeys are easier and more streamlined every step of the way.