INFORMS Editor’s Cut is a comprehensive online multimedia portal designed to enrich the knowledge base of those interested in analytics and operations research applied across a variety of topics. The inaugural Editor’s Cut volume “Healthcare in the Age of Analytics” examines the impact of analytics in all areas of healthcare from operations improvement to public policy guidance. Click here for open access to the volume.
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Why attend Healthcare 2015
This third INFORMS topical conference on healthcare focuses on reinventing value in an era of health reform, specifically the use of O.R. and analytics to improve the long term efficiency, effectiveness, and quality of healthcare delivery. The conference includes elements of both an INFORMS academic meeting and practitioner-oriented meeting. Joint involvement of Vanderbilt’s medical and business schools provides a unique conference experience for the attendees.
ONLY HEALTHCARE 2015 DELIVERS
The conference goal is to bring together academic researchers in “healthcare analytics” and industry stakeholders for the application of this research to share information and improve the delivery of effective healthcare. The health sector is catching up fast but still lags behind other industries such as airlines, hotel chains, and retail in the adoption of systematic and quantitative analysis used in decision support, and this conference will help to bridge the informational gap. The conference aims to bring a cross-cultural view of healthcare systems worldwide and the research and applications designed to improve these systems in areas such as:
INFORMS Healthcare 2015 focuses on reinventing value in an era of health reform, specifically the use of O.R. and analytics to improve the long term efficiency, effectiveness, and quality of healthcare delivery. We welcome submissions in either oral or poster formats, which will be reviewed by the committee. There is a limit of one oral presentation per presenting/lead author. Authors may present a poster as well as one oral presentation.