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Revision Chapter 3b Raffles Health Group AND Cookie Coy.xlsx

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By Activity Types
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By Resource Types Aka Supply 40% 60% Aka Demand B C D E = B*C*D Resource Required SUMPRODUCT Resource Quantity Hours/Wk/Res Availability Avail H/Wk Minor Major Generic Nurses 4 40 80% 128 10 10 10 Physicians 10 15 100% 150 0 20 12 Rooms 9 45 100% 405 10 45 31 Process Cap Demand Rate Flow Rate Lim Winston: Question states WIC experienced an average arrival rae of 15 patients per hour. As WIC operates 9hrs per day (from 8am to 5pm), and 5 days per week (Mon to Friday). Therefore, Demand Rate is 15 x 9 x 5 Lim Winston: minimum betwee bec of either supp
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Lesson Learnt: (1) From Activity Types in Qa to Resource Types in Qb (2) Take note of 80% efficiency and how to derive available of resource in hours per w (3) Take note of examination rooms (i.e. Column E) (5) Resource Capacity aka Processing Rate = (1/activity time in min) * (available resou (6) Bottleneck based on capacity is lowest capacity, which is process capacity (7) Need to compute demand rate from Question bec of (8) (8) Flow Rate = min {DR, PC}
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