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Congratulations Reginald Wells on becoming a Certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt!

3/18/2015 For Immediate Release – Phoenix, Arizona * United States

TPMG would like to congratulate Reginald Wells for successfully completing the Lean Six Sigma Excellence in Healthcare Delivery Black Belt Certification program and earning his lean six sigma black belt!  He successfully completed a rigorous 16 unit – 65 lesson online blended lean six sigma black belt workshop by passing the certification examination with distinction.  The goal of Reginald’s lean six sigma black belt project was to reduce overall blood component waste by volume and cost.  His black belt project successfully realized a 54% reduction in blood component waste along with a 62% reduction in cost.   The overall awareness of blood waste reduction has been heightened across the Health System and the overall savings from blood waste reduction will directly impact the financial revenue for the Health System.  Congratulations Reggie!

Reginald is a Senior Process Engineer at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.  He holds a B.S. Industrial and Systems Engineering from The Ohio State University and has over 17 years experience as an Industrial Engineer – 6 of which is in the healthcare industry.

The Performance Management Group’s Lean Six Sigma Excellence in Healthcare Delivery Black Belt Certification Program is specifically designed for professionals who work for healthcare clinics, hospitals and systems. TPMG has been certifying green belts and black belts for more than 15 years. The company provides lean six sigma certification on-site, online, and on-campus (at the University of Phoenix) nationwide. For more information regarding lean six sigma training, certification and consulting – contact TPMG llc at 623.643.9837 or logon to www.helpingmakeithappen.com.

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