With mathematical optimization technologies, healthcare providers can ensure the timely resolution of healthcare issues for patients, improve resource utilization and employee satisfaction, and reduce operating costs – so that they safeguard the health of society as well as the sustainability of the healthcare system.

 

Opportunities for Optimization

Mathematical optimization technologies are used by leading healthcare providers today to optimize many different strategic, tactical, and operational planning and decision-making processes across their end-to-end operations including:

  • List and Theater Scheduling
  • Staff Scheduling and Rostering
  • Pathology and Patient Routing
  • Hospital Capacity Planning and Network Flow
  • Integrated Community Care Planning
  • Outpatient Appointment Optimization
  • Personalized Health Insurance Recommendation
  • Manpower and Infrastructure Planning
  • Strategic Capital Investment Planning
  • Organ Donation Matching
  • Medical Equipment Inventory Management

 

Business Benefits

Healthcare providers utilizing mathematical optimization technologies to manage their operations are able to realize numerous business benefits including:

  • Improved operational efficiency and overall profitability
  • Increased timeliness and effectiveness of services delivered to patients
  • Optimal allocation and utilization of critical resources including staff, operating theaters, ambulances, and beds
  • Better decision making
  • Better patient outcomes
  • Higher levels of employee satisfaction and retention
  • Improved compliance with government KPIs
  • Reduced operating costs
  • Better returns on investment

 

 

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