A Simulation Model of a Regional Health System for Planners

  • T. Sales
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Medical Informatics book series (LNMED, volume 9)

Abstract

In any attempt at organizing and controlling health, planners are bound to make decisions mostly on fragmentary knowledge — or feeling — of facts. Health is not perceived as a total system of interrelated elements; its components and relations are neither properly isolated nor measured, the background of the analysis is often not defined and, anyway, the resulting options are rarely selected on clear grounds -or consciousness of alternatives does not even appear.

Keywords

Insurance Coverage Income Expense Lution Summing 

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© Online Conferences Ltd., Uxbridge, England 1981

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