Zeyad Mahmoud

Zeyad Mahmoud
Western Sydney Primary Health Network

Phd in Management and Innovation

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Education
January 2018 - December 2019
Macquarie University
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Background Hospitals are perceived as fast-paced and complex environments in which a missed or incorrect diagnosis or misread chart has the potential to lead to patient harm. However, to date, limited attention has been paid to studying how hospital sociotemporal norms may be associated with staff wellbeing or patient safety. The aim of this study...
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BACKGROUND The development and adoption of a Learning Health System (LHS) has been proposed as a means to address key challenges facing current and future healthcare systems. The first review of the LHS literature was conducted five years ago, identifying only a small number of published articles had empirically examined the implementation or testi...
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Background: The development and adoption of a learning health system (LHS) has been proposed as a means to address key challenges facing current and future health care systems. The first review of the LHS literature was conducted 5 years ago, identifying only a small number of published papers that had empirically examined the implementation or te...
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Purpose Millions around the world still cannot access safe, timely and affordable surgery. Considering access as a function of efficiency, this paper examines how the latter can be improved within the context of operating theatres. Carried out in France and Australia, this study reveals different types of waste in operating theatres and a series of...
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Background Lean management practices are increasingly used in hospitals. However, their impacts on staff have not been systematically synthesised. This scoping review aims to synthesise the evidence on the effects of Lean Management practices on frontline healthcare professionals. Methods A search was conducted in February 2020 on multiple databas...
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Introduction The emergent field of learning health systems (LHSs) has been rapidly evolving as the concept continues to be embraced by researchers, managers, and clinicians. This paper reports on a scoping review and bibliometric analysis of the LHS literature to identify key topic areas and examine the influence and spread of recent research. Met...
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In the Anthropocene, healthcare systems face unprecedented challenges from increases in the aging population and expanding needs for acute and aged care services. To cope, hospitals are applying Lean-based management control systems (MCSs) to improve their efficiency and reliability by streamlining their existing processes. While literature shows t...
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Objectives Diabetic eye disease is a leading cause of blindness but can be mitigated by regular eye assessment. A framework of issues, developed from the literature of barriers to eye assessment, was used to structure an examination of perceptions of a new model of care for diabetic retinopathy from the perspective of staff using the model, and hea...
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Bound to evolve in the framework of new regulations largely inspired by the ethos of the New Public Management doctrine, hospitals are increasingly adopting Lean Management to deliver care efficiently. Recognized for its productivity gains, Lean aims to streamline production processes by eliminating all non-value creating tasks ; as such, it can be...

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