Hospital admission planning to optimize major resources utilization under uncertainty

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Dellaert, N.P.; Jeunet, J.;
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Subject: integer linear programming | [INFO]Computer Science [cs] | intensive and medium care resources allocation | tactical plan | operational schedule | operation theatre planning | patient mix

International audience; Admission policies for elective inpatient services mainly result in the management of a single resource: the operating theatre as it is commonly considered as the most critical and expensive resource in a hospital. However, other bottleneck resou... View more
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