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Still lost in transformation? : a literature review on the scientific support of lean health care transformations

@inproceedings{Angerer2016StillLI,
  title={Still lost in transformation? : a literature review on the scientific support of lean health care transformations},
  author={Alfred Angerer and Florian Liberatore and Timmy-Leigh Brand},
  year={2016}
}
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to review the literature on Lean Transformations in health care settings to highlight research gaps and managerial implications. The focus of this paper is on research contributions concerning enabling factors among employees. In addition, the effects of Lean Transformations on direct and indirect patient outcomes are analyzed to identify research propositions for future studies. 
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