In another study 49 the results showed that removing one or more physicians in each work shift did not have any negative effects on the functions of the emergency ward, if this ward did not provide any services for the non-emergency patients.
On the other hand, results of a study 48 showed that prescription filling interruptions and delays can be reduced by employing and hiring appropriate number of employees in the peak periods of referring to the pharmacy.
Improving patient satisfaction with waiting time.
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Open in a separate window 5. Northeast Louisiana University; By reviewing the current situation of the studied pharmacy in both morning and evening work shifts, it was determined that the queuing model was one-lined, multi-stage multi-phase and multi-server, which was corrected by establishing parallel service lines in filling prescriptions stage through changing the number of servers.
Iran Red Crescent Med J. Waiting time is a major predictor of patient satisfaction in a primary military clinic. Computer simulation as a basis for pharmacy reengineering. Clin Oncol R Coll Radiol.
There is no funding or supports.Some recent research on queueing models is successfully applied to the problem of designing an appropriate appointment system for the out-patient department at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary.
Some recent research on queueing models is successfully applied to the problem of designing an appropriate appointment system for the out-patient department at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary.
Although it is acknowledged that improving appointment systems is not simply a modelling problem, it is. Queueing theory studies the relations between these performance characteristics and the input processes (arrival and service times), and as such queueing theory is an important branch of applied probability theory.
AbstractSome recent research on queueing models is successfully applied to the problem of designing an appropriate appointment system for the out-patient department at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary. Although it is acknowledged that improving appointment systems is not simply a modelling problem, it is nevertheless argued that the model used here could be an effective tool in local studies.
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