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リスク管理のシミュレーション: ビジネス リスクを特定、分析、軽減する


リスク管理のシミュレーション: ビジネス リスクを特定、分析、軽減する

リスク管理は、ビジネスのリスクを特定、評価、制御するプロセスです。これらのリスクはさまざまな原因から発生する可能性があり、予期せぬ出来事によってビジネスが不透明になった場合、財務上の損失を被る可能性があります。シミュレーションは、潜在的なリスクを特定し、ビジネスの回復力を高める方法を見つけるのに役立つツールです。

COVID-19(新型コロナウイルス)とシミュレーション


COVID-19(新型コロナウイルス)とシミュレーション

COVID-19パンデミックの未知世界を洞察するための方法の1つは、シミュレーションモデリングを使用することです。AnyLogic Cloudでは、アップロードされているパブリックモデルの例を見ることができ、これらのモデルは、ビジネスや様々な研究分野の参考になります。

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中国で広まったコロナウイルスへの初期の洞察


中国で広まったコロナウイルスへの初期の洞察

中国のAnyLogicパートナーは、COVID-19に関連する論文と翻訳の公開許可を取得しました。

本記事を今書いている間も、新コロナウイルスの正式名であるCOVID-19の蔓延を巡って多くの関心が集まっています。 この論文の執筆者は、エージェントベースのモデリングを使用して、新しいウイルスが集団全体にどれだけ速く拡散し得るかを研究しました。

Examining Healthcare Policy for Surgical Oncology Delivery


Examining Healthcare Policy for Surgical Oncology Delivery

In cancer patients, an inability to access the surgical system can be lethal, but accessing it can be impoverishing, especially in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs).  A group from the Global Surgery and Social Change, Department of Global Health and Social Medicine, Harvard Medical, supported by National Cancer Institute used AnyLogic Software to evaluate the health, financial, and equity impacts of governmental and charitable policies for surgical oncology in a resource-limited setting.

Outpatient Appointment Scheduling


Outpatient Appointment Scheduling

Indiana University Health Arnett (IUHA) is an integrated healthcare system which consists of a full service acute care hospital and a multispecialty clinic with approximately 200 providers at numerous locations. In the past, provider schedules were driven by individual preference which led to increased variation in scheduling rules that failed to meet employer or patient expectations. To better serve patients and maintain provider approval, IUHA sought to develop a scheduling methodology that provides same day access for a designated patient population while allowing acceptable access to the remaining patient population.

Beyond Market Mix Models


Beyond Market Mix Models

Traditional Marketing Mix models attempt to explore the tradeoffs amongst different marketing channels and the spends associated with them. The weaknesses of these models are, generally, their static nature and the restrictive assumptions required to apply their results. For these reasons, an American pharmaceutical company, one of the largest in the world, engaged with Sterling Simulation to explore the benefits of agent-based modeling, prior to launching a new product. The use-case was presented by Scott Hebert, Vice President of Sterling Simulation at the AnyLogic Conference 2015.

How Simulating Hospital Systems May Improve Care


How Simulating Hospital Systems May Improve Care

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) is well known as one the best places in the world for a child to come and get medical care. Less known, is the behind-the-scenes work of Dr. T. Eugene Day, Program Manager for Health Systems in the Office of Safety and Medical Operations to improve quality, safety, and overall patient care. Like many hospitals, CHOP is met with a multitude of challenges beyond the daily task of performing life-saving procedures and providing care for patients. Dr. Day utilizes simulation modeling with AnyLogic software to identify opportunities and aid planning for systemic improvements versus typical approaches.

Beyond Marketing-Mix Models


Beyond Marketing-Mix Models

A multi-national pharmaceutical company recently launched a new non-generic drug. Since the company already owned the leading non-generic drug in that market, cannibalization was a concern. The goal was to create market share for the new drug, while maintaining or increasing market share for the well-established drug by modifying types of promotional spend. Traditionally, the Analytics Department would employ a Marketing-Mix Model (MMM) to determine the impact of promotional spend, but the company was looking for further insight into the mechanics behind the MMM. After exploring multiple options, they determined agent-based modeling, and ultimately AnyLogic would allow for the greatest flexibility and visualization.