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Outpatient Clinics Patient Flow

Keming Wang
This is a high level system dynamics model which is built to determine the dynamic relationships of the FSA and Followups capacity. Therefore, it can help clinicians to find out the optimistic method in order to reduce the waiting list. At past clinicians were seeing more FSA patients, however, after few months, the followups patients overwhelmed the clinics. Therefore waiting list has been built up again. By running this model, clinicians can find out the balanced leverage point(s). New Model has been developed, this is a very draft model.

Hospital Patient Flow Health Care Healthcare Clinical Care Decision Making Simulation

  • 2 years 6 months ago

C difficile and Whole Genome Sequencing

Amy Buchanan-Hughes
InstructionsAdjust values by using the sliders below or typing in values, then press "Simulate"
To find total cases or total cost with or without WGS, run the simulation twice with WGS = 0 and WGS = 1 (make sure you record the values each time)
Refresh page to restore default values
Warning:Initial proportion of asymptomatically colonised patients + Initial proportion of symptomatically infected patients must be < 1
Proportion of admissions asymptomatically colonised + Proportion of admissions with symptomatic infection must be <1
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Healthcare HCAIs C Difficile System Dynamics

  • 2 years 10 months ago

ACA Impact on Total US Healthcare spend

John Meyer
While the ACA regulated an increase of the percent insured in the US and helped reduce the number of uninsured visiting hospital ERs, it provided little to no regulation tempering the costs/instances of doctor services, medical device/equipment usage, pharma pricing.

ACA US Healthcare

  • 3 years 6 days ago

Understanding preeclampsia

Establishing the big picture of the mediators and states of the entities partipating in the initiation, development and progression of the condition.


  • 3 years 3 months ago