Everything Possible Means Nothing Useful
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Here Mr. William Eisenhauer introduces the simulation model. According to him, this model will engage less, in not none of the hospital personnel because this will be a system one can fix and optimize to our heart’s content with just a few clicks.
Health care is stack of so many systems put together so grandly, it exceed one’s prior imagination. Because of its complexity, we have to first understand every aspect of it, and determine its main goal before trying to fix it in any way.
That is where simulation modeling comes in play. Fixing the system as a whole right away would be the wrong approach. Just because you have found a solution for one part, does not mean it would suit the other systems that the health system consist of. With a simulation model you can target a clear objective to tweak on. When you are done with one, you can move on to next.
Before you put it to full use physically in your hospital you could first see how well your solutions function individually and also together. This is a faster, most efficient today and most importantly, less costly compared to other systems.
Firstly the system mentioned above is applicable in hospitals, a building, a facility made by humans, therefore it is man-made. Secondly it interacts directly to its surroundings, namely the patients, staff and hospital environment and dynamically to each patient and doctor consequently it is also both open and dynamic. Lastly and most vague is that it is abstract, because the health system is not more than a concept, a theory. Wherein said theory will then be applied in a simulation model, which can be classified as a physical system.
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