IE 680 presentation of Ji Lin

IE 680 presentation of Ji Lin - 1 Stochastic Modeling for...

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1 Stochastic Modeling for Clinical Scheduling by Ji Lin Reference: Muthuraman, K., and Lawley, M. A Stochastic Overbooking Model for Outpatient Clinical Scheduling with No-shows, submitted
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2 Outline Introduction to Clinical Scheduling Probability model Different policies Results and discussions Recent work
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3 Traditional appointment scheduling vs. Open access scheduling Traditional appointment scheduling - A patient is scheduled for a future appointment time - lead time can be very long - In some clinics, up to 42% of scheduled patients fail to show up for pre-booked appointments Open access scheduling - Patients get an appointment time within a day or two of their call in. - see doctor soon when needed - More reliable no-show predictions
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Overbooking strategy Airline industry Fixed cost, capacity limits and fares on different class seats, A low marginal cost of carrying additional passengers. Either reserves or refuses a passenger.
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This note was uploaded on 11/13/2010 for the course ISE 680 taught by Professor Santanu during the Spring '10 term at Purdue University Calumet.

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