Forecasting as an Operations Management Tool in a Medical Examiner's Office

@article{Omalu2007ForecastingAA,
  title={Forecasting as an Operations Management Tool in a Medical Examiner's Office},
  author={Bennet I. Omalu and Abdul-Malik Shakir and Jennifer L. Lindner and Sridhar R. Tayur},
  journal={Journal of Health Management},
  year={2007},
  volume={9},
  pages={75 - 84}
}
Quantitative analysis in business decision making and operations management has evolved into an independent but non-exclusive alternative to qualitative analysis. We are the first to commoditise the autopsy and establish it as the fundamental cost base/object for a medical examiner's office. We apply the multiplicative seasonal forecasting method for the determination of autopsy demand and the optimal quantitative operations management of a medical examiner's office. Five-year historical data… 

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Lindner is at Allegheny County Medical Examiner's Office
  • Sridhar R. Tayur is at Tepper Business School
Omalu is at Tepper Business School, Carnegie-Mellon University 7520 Penn Bridge Court
Shakir is at College of Medicine
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