ProModel Announces New Dates for Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Conference
The 4th Annual Capacity and Productivity Improvement Conference for the Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industries will be held at the Hyatt Penn’s Landing Hotel in Philadelphia, PA on September 16-17, 2010. The conference will be focused on the benefits of using simulation to make better decisions in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries.
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Enterprise Portfolio Simulator (EPS)
Coming in April!
ProModel is pleased to announce the eminent release of its powerful strategic portfolio and resource planning solution in an enterprise, server-based system.
On top of the incredible value provided by the stand-alone version of Portfolio Simulator, Enterprise Portfolio Simulator adds new, ease-of-use features, as well as intuitive collaborative capabilities. Click here for additional details.
Featured Project Review
Client: Carilion Clinic Multispecialty Consolidation
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Click here to read more about the Carilion Clinic:
Carilion Clinic constructed a new 220,000 square foot outpatient facility in Roanoke, Virginia in order to centralize the services of multiple Carilion affiliated specialty practices as well as education and research centers. This 5 floor clinic would allow 65 providers from 13 different practices throughout the Roanoke region to converge in one patient-friendly location, only a short distance from Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital. Quality and service was expected to increase greatly by having referring physicians in one collaborative environment. Spreadsheet models were initially used to study the consolidation and facility design project, but provided only static information that relied heavily on the use of averages. This presented difficulty in accurately studying the complex and simultaneous processes that occur continuously in an outpatient setting. With the limited data available, physicians and administration had difficulty reaching consensus on space requirements and efficient room utilization. At issue, could the newly consolidated practices operate comfortably on the 1st and 3rd floors, or did additional space need to be developed at additional cost?
Click here to read the full project review in Adobe PDF format: