Transforming Healthcare Delivery: Integrating Dynamic Simulation Modelling and Big Data in Health Economics and Outcomes Research

@article{Marshall2015TransformingHD,
  title={Transforming Healthcare Delivery: Integrating Dynamic Simulation Modelling and Big Data in Health Economics and Outcomes Research},
  author={D. Marshall and Lina Burgos-Liz and K. Pasupathy and W. Padula and Maarten J. IJzerman and Peter K. Wong and M. Higashi and Jordan D. T. Engbers and S. Wiebe and W. Crown and N. Osgood},
  journal={PharmacoEconomics},
  year={2015},
  volume={34},
  pages={115-126}
}
AbstractIn the era of the Information Age and personalized medicine, healthcare delivery systems need to be efficient and patient-centred. The health system must be responsive to individual patient choices and preferences about their care, while considering the system consequences. While dynamic simulation modelling (DSM) and big data share characteristics, they present distinct and complementary value in healthcare. Big data and DSM are synergistic—big data offer support to enhance the… Expand
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