Health Vs Health Care Models

These models and simulations have been tagged “Health Vs Health Care”.

 A causal loop diagram of thermostat action including conversions between heat and temperature and outside temperature. The simulation model is at Insightmaker 393

A causal loop diagram of thermostat action including conversions between heat and temperature and outside temperature. The simulation model is at Insightmaker 393

A model of thermostat action including conversions between heat and temperature and outside temperature. See also, after this model, how the concept map of a thermostat at  IM-735  changed to the concept map at  IM-736
A model of thermostat action including conversions between heat and temperature and outside temperature. See also, after this model, how the concept map of a thermostat at IM-735 changed to the concept map at IM-736
 This is a stock flow map representation From Evans RG and Stoddardt GL  1990 paper Soc Sci Med 31(12)1347-63 , also published in a book by Evans, Barer and Marmor, Why are some people healthy and others not?: The determinants of population health See  IM-425  for a simulation.

This is a stock flow map representation From Evans RG and Stoddardt GL  1990 paper Soc Sci Med 31(12)1347-63 , also published in a book by Evans, Barer and Marmor, Why are some people healthy and others not?: The determinants of population health See IM-425 for a simulation.

 Concept map about how a thermostat works. Slightly adapted from  http://cmap.ihmc.us/docs/linkingwords.html  See how this changed after SD modelling at  IM-736

Concept map about how a thermostat works. Slightly adapted from http://cmap.ihmc.us/docs/linkingwords.html See how this changed after SD modelling at IM-736

 From Evans RG and Stoddardt GL  1990 paper Soc Sci Med 31(12)1347-63 , also published in a book by Evans, Barer and Marmor, Why are some people healthy and others not?: The determinants of population health. This is a steady state model of  IM-424  that ignores deaths and population increase. This

From Evans RG and Stoddardt GL  1990 paper Soc Sci Med 31(12)1347-63 , also published in a book by Evans, Barer and Marmor, Why are some people healthy and others not?: The determinants of population health. This is a steady state model of IM-424 that ignores deaths and population increase. This is extended in IM-451

 This is the Concept map at  IM-735   modified to reflect the learning after system dynamics modeling at  IM-393 , 

This is the Concept map at IM-735  modified to reflect the learning after system dynamics modeling at IM-393

 A causal loop diagram of thermostat action  including conversions between heat and temperature and outside temperature. (Insight 394) extended to include fiddling with the thermostat controls based on differential house and outside temperatures. The simulation model is at Insightmaker 393.

A causal loop diagram of thermostat action  including conversions between heat and temperature and outside temperature. (Insight 394) extended to include fiddling with the thermostat controls based on differential house and outside temperatures. The simulation model is at Insightmaker 393.

 From Evans RG and Stoddardt GL  1990 paper Soc Sci Med 31(12)1347-63 , also published in a book by Evans, Barer and Marmor, Why are some people healthy and others not?: The determinants of population health. To  IM-425  We add impacts of spending and a "Thermostat" setting for population health con

From Evans RG and Stoddardt GL  1990 paper Soc Sci Med 31(12)1347-63 , also published in a book by Evans, Barer and Marmor, Why are some people healthy and others not?: The determinants of population health. To IM-425 We add impacts of spending and a "Thermostat" setting for population health controlling health spending.

 A rich picture representation of the interactions described in Producing Health Consuming HEalth Care and usually referred to as the EBM Model or Field Theory of Health

A rich picture representation of the interactions described in Producing Health Consuming HEalth Care and usually referred to as the EBM Model or Field Theory of Health

A model of thermostat action including conversions between heat and temperature and outside temperature. See also, after this model, how the concept map of a thermostat at  IM-735  changed to the concept map at  IM-736
A model of thermostat action including conversions between heat and temperature and outside temperature. See also, after this model, how the concept map of a thermostat at IM-735 changed to the concept map at IM-736
 From Evans RG and Stoddardt GL  1990 paper Soc Sci Med 31(12)1347-63 , also published in a book by Evans, Barer and Marmor, Why are some people healthy and others not?: The determinants of population health. This is a steady state model of  IM-424  that ignores deaths and population increase. This

From Evans RG and Stoddardt GL  1990 paper Soc Sci Med 31(12)1347-63 , also published in a book by Evans, Barer and Marmor, Why are some people healthy and others not?: The determinants of population health. This is a steady state model of IM-424 that ignores deaths and population increase. This is extended in IM-451

 From Evans RG and Stoddardt GL  1990 paper Soc Sci Med 31(12)1347-63 , also published in a book by Evans, Barer and Marmor, Why are some people healthy and others not?: The determinants of population health. To  IM-425  We add impacts of spending and a "Thermostat" setting for population health con

From Evans RG and Stoddardt GL  1990 paper Soc Sci Med 31(12)1347-63 , also published in a book by Evans, Barer and Marmor, Why are some people healthy and others not?: The determinants of population health. To IM-425 We add impacts of spending and a "Thermostat" setting for population health controlling health spending.

 A thermostat analogy used by Evans and Stoddardt in Producing Health Consuming HealthCare to explain why healthcare spending increases. This concept map is based on the Insight  IM-736  Thermostat example

A thermostat analogy used by Evans and Stoddardt in Producing Health Consuming HealthCare to explain why healthcare spending increases. This concept map is based on the Insight IM-736 Thermostat example