computer simulation model for evaluation of the health care delivery system.

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Health Services and Mental Health Administration , Rockville, Md
Medical care -- Evaluation., Medical care -- Mathematical models., Medical care -- Data Proces
StatementGeorge H. Milly, principal investigator; Leon S. Pocinki, program director.
ContributionsPocinki, Leon S., GEOMET.
LC ClassificationsRA399.A1 M55
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5168672M
LC Control Number74609646

Health Care Evaluation Using Computer Simulation describes a new interdisciplinary approach, one that incorporates the simulation of health system operations into the paradigm of health services research.

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Beginning by reviewing the processes of health care evaluation and simulation experiments, the book presents a complete methodology for The purpose of this book is to place computer simulation studies within the paradigm of intervention research that is concerned with comparing the outcomes of health care delivered under different policies.

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