Health Care Supply Demand
Kingdon Theory of Streams in Policy
Convergence Model of Communication
Health care system stakeholder map
Complex Decision Technologies
Brunswik Lens Model
Implementing Chronic Care Management
Burnout Dynamics CLD rich pic
Rich picture version of Causal loop diagram based on Jack Homer's paper Worker burnout: a dynamic model with implications for prevention and control System Dynamics Review 1985 1(1)42-62 See IM-333 for the Simulation model and IM-2178 for a related Causal Loop Diagram of Project Turnover
Story of ED Flows without Separate Areas
Glucose minimal model
Minimal model of glucose kinetics by Bergman, used to calculate insulin sensitivity from an Intravenous Glucose Tolerance Test (IVGTT). Plasma insulin I(t) enters a remote compartment X(t) where it is active in accelerating glucose G(t) disappearance into the periphery and liver, and inhibiting hepatic glucose production. Adapted from Minimal Models for Glucose and Insulin Kinetics: A Matlab implementation by Natal van Riel, Eindhoven University of Technology 2004 by Mark Heffernan.
Outpatient Clinics Patient Flow
Responses to Service Work Pressure
Organizational Traps Argyris
Health & Health Care
An adaptation of the URBAN1 Model from Navid Ghaffarzadegan, John Lyneis and George P Richardson's How small system dynamics models can help the public policy process. System Dynamics Review 27: 22-44 (2011) Conference version at http://bit.ly/HlxtZj and LA Alfeld and AK Graham's Introduction to Urban Dynamics 1974 p 195.
An element of Perspectives: The Foundation of Understanding and Insights for Effective Action. Register at http://www.systemswiki.org/
Complex Intervention Modeling Areas
Kidney Dialysis and Transplant CLD Extended
Critical Systems Thinking
From Werner Ulrich's JORS Articles Operational research and critical systems thinking – an integrated perspective. Part 1: OR as applied systems thinking. Journal of the Operational Research Society advance online publication (14 December 2011). and Part 2 :OR as argumentative practice.