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Jonathan Bykowski

I’ve been committed to the healthcare industry since graduating from Philadelphia University with degrees in both Interior Design and Architecture. Earning my Lean Six Sigma Black Belt has enhanced my drive to bring my best to the industry. As an avid believer in multi-disciplinary collaboration, I lead teams of design professionals and clinicians as they develop or redevelop their space. Understanding the specific needs of unique patient populations, as well as how caregivers will work, motivates me to push teams to the best possible solution.
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Recent Posts

Space Isn’t Always the Answer

Posted by Jonathan Bykowski on July 20, 2018

Space is tangible. It’s easy to see and feel when things are tight and flowing poorly. For that simple reason, end users usually default to believing that more space will resolve their operational...


Topics: Process Mapping, Podcast

Simulation: Quantifying Decisions Through Visualization

Posted by Jonathan Bykowski on March 7, 2017

While a facility renovation or expansion may seem like the best way to accommodate a growing patient population or to solve current challenges, this course of action is often expensive and, in many.....READ MORE

Topics: Transformation, Simulation, Case Study, Resource Utilization

Kaizen Event: Discovering & Overcoming Root Causes

Posted by Jonathan Bykowski on October 5, 2016

While working with a community hospital trying to solve its overcrowded emergency department, we began by observing and mapping their current state process. Space was tight and capital was scarce......READ MORE

Topics: Transformation, Simulation, Kaizen Events, Case Study

Choosing by Advantages

Posted by Jonathan Bykowski on September 21, 2016

There are many Lean tools available to help teams navigate the seemingly endless pit of decisions they must make during any project. I continue to be amazed by how powerful these basic approaches are.....READ MORE

Topics: Lean Operational Improvement, Transformation

A Case for Kaizen Events to Improve Flow

Posted by Jonathan Bykowski on May 25, 2016

We believe that lean is an operational strategy that can be used to achieve specific goals defined by your organization. We help you develop a strategy to implement improvements that lead to...


Topics: Lean Operational Improvement, Transformation, Kaizen Events, Case Study