I have two new posts on the INFORMS Healthcare Conference blog. The first argues that optimization is a helpful tool for healthcare ORMS (Analytics isn’t just statistics). The second explores the role that patient outcomes–the gold standard in top medical journal papers–should play in operations research models for health.
June 25, 2013
optimization is a great tool for healthcare analytics
By Laura Albert
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