PFLOWSEX2 - 2. Additional data on the process above....

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FMIS 3301 PROCESS FLOW ANALYSIS EXERCISE 1. Given the process description above (the flow units are insurance claims; the time units are hours). On the average:: a. How long does it take for a claim to be processed (all activities)? b. How long does it take for a claim to be recorded? c. How long does it take for a claim to be screened after being recorded? d. How long does it take for a claim to be reviewed after being screened? e. How long does it take for a claim to be rejected?
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Additional data on the process above. ACTIVITY PROCESSING TIME (Minutes) RECORD 5 SCREEN 8 REVIEW 19 On the average: a. How much time do claims spend in the RECORD buffer? b. How much time do claims spend in the SCREEN buffer? c. How much time do claims spend in the REVIEW buffer? d. What is the theoretical efficiency of the process? R = 50/hr 1 RECORD SCREEN REVIEW GRAN REJEC ADJUS 34 6 42.5 7.5 2.5 NAME: DATE...
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2010 for the course FMIS 3301 taught by Professor Lievano during the Fall '09 term at University of Minnesota Duluth.

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