ケーススタディ

  • Outpatient Appointment Scheduling Using Discrete Event Simulation Modeling
    Indiana University Health Arnett Hospital, consisting of a full-service acute care hospital and a multispecialty clinic, faced poor statistics because the number of no-show patients (those who don’t show up for their scheduled appointments) rose dramatically to 30%. This was primarily connected to the fact that clinic schedules were driven by individual preferences of the medical staff, which led to increased variations in scheduling rules. To eliminate the problem, the client wanted to develop a scheduling methodology that would benefit the clinic, doctors, and patients.
  • 新薬の発売モデル
    米国大手製薬会社である1社は、新製品の発売戦略の開発 にBayserコンサルティング社を採用しました。 シミュレーション・モデリングは、会社、医師、患者間の相互作 用の再構築に応用しました。
  • A Pharmaceutical Company Decides on a Marketing Strategy Using Agent-Based Modeling
    Sterling Simulation consulting company was chosen to provide an agent-based marketing model for a pharmaceutical firm. The company owned two competing non-generic drugs on the same market. One drug was well established and tended to be the industry leader, and the other one was recently introduced. There were several concerns about how to obtain a useful market share for the newer drug, while maintaining or increasing the market share for the company’s drugs as a whole.