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Lubicz Marek
Tytuł
Próba budowy modelu konceptualnego regionalnego systemu opieki zdrowotnej. Część 1: Metodyka
Towards Development of the Conceptual Model of the Regional Health Care System. Part 1: Methodology
Źródło
Prace Naukowe Instytutu Organizacji i Zarządzania Politechniki Wrocławskiej. Studia i Materiały (25), 2007, nr 83, s. 275-303, bibliogr. 123 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Modelowanie symulacyjne, Symulacje komputerowe, Opieka zdrowotna, Badania operacyjne, Przegląd literatury
Simulation modelling, Computing simulation, Health care, Operations research, Literature review
Uwagi
summ.
Abstrakt
Przystępując do budowy modelu konceptualnego regionalnego systemu opieki zdrowotnej dokonano przeglądu literatury przedmiotu w zakresie modelowania symulacyjnego w złożonych systemach opieki zdrowotnej, poszukując wskazówek odnośnie do budowy modelu konceptualnego takich systemów. Nie znajdując takich wskazówek przeprowadzono dalszą analizę literaturową prac za zakresu modelowania konceptualnego, zwracając szczególną uwagę na te aspekty, które wydają się najistot-niejsze w modelowaniu wybranych systemów przedmiotowych.(abstrakt oryginalny)

Attempting at development of the conceptual model of the regional healthcare system, a literature review had been done in the subject domain of simulation modeling in complex healthcare systems. Having found no particular suggestions, concerning conceptual modeling of healthcare systems, an extended review has been performed within the domain of general methodologies for conceptual modeling within a simulation project.(original abstract)
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