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  Scheduling Multispecialty Clinics Using Integer Programming
Titel: Scheduling Multispecialty Clinics Using Integer Programming
Auteur: Hodgson, Thom J.
Kilpatrick, Kerry E.
Longini, Ira M.
Verschenen in: IIE transactions
Paginering: Jaargang 9 (1977) nr. 1 pagina's 69-74
Jaar: 1977-03-01
Inhoud: This paper describes an integer programming approach to scheduling multispecialty outpatient clinics in a university health center. Using maximum expected cross-consultations as an objective, approximately thirty clinics have been scheduled for a five-day cycle. Each clinic has its own medical staff but shares space, personnel, and ancillary services with other clinics on a rotating basis. If two specialties requiring cross-consultation do not meet at the same time, the consultation process is impaired. The clinics must also be scheduled such that the available capacities of the common resources are not exceeded. In addition, the scheduling process must consider other constraints such as the commitments of the physicians to teaching, hospital rounds, and operating room schedules. This problem has been formulated and solved as a 0-1 integer quadratic program to maximize the expected cross-consultation volume subject to constraints on shared resources. The paper discusses the process by which required input data were collected and the results of the implementation of the model.
Uitgever: Taylor & Francis
Bronbestand: Elektronische Wetenschappelijke Tijdschriften

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