Mainstreaming modeling and simulation to accelerate public health innovation.

  title={Mainstreaming modeling and simulation to accelerate public health innovation.},
  author={Paul P. Maglio and M Sepulveda and Patricia L. Mabry},
  journal={American journal of public health},
  volume={104 7},
Dynamic modeling and simulation are systems science tools that examine behaviors and outcomes resulting from interactions among multiple system components over time. Although there are excellent examples of their application, they have not been adopted as mainstream tools in population health planning and policymaking. Impediments to their use include the legacy and ease of use of statistical approaches that produce estimates with confidence intervals, the difficulty of multidisciplinary… CONTINUE READING
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