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    The Affordable Care Act is putting increasing levels of pressure on a healthcare system which was already strained. Considering this new reality how do hospital and clinic decision makers best evaluate their current systems and future plans in order to comply with the ACA yet continue to meet patient care standards as well as community and financial performance objectives?”

    The MedModel Methodology


    Create a dynamic, animated computer model of your clinical environment from CAD files, process or value stream maps, or Process Simulator models. Clearly see and understand current clinical processes in action. Watch your proposed changes run within the model to gain a better understanding of their effects in a specific clinical area or via a higher level patient flow/bed management environment.


    Brainstorm using the model to identify potential changes and develop scenarios in order to test improvements which will achieve operational and clinical objectives to quickly improve the delivery of care within your institution. Evaluate your current operations or design a new one in a risk free simulated environment. Understand real-life system behavior with all the variability and interdependencies of an actual healthcare facility. Analytical output reports and charts are automatically generated to verify improvements in the delivery of care through objective, statistical methods long before money and staff time are spent in implementation.


    Determine the most effective course of action based on scenarios developed in the analyze phase. Choose the optimal scenario to implement into your facility, resolving issues such as:

    • Patient Flow
    • Bed Management
    • Facility Design
    • Low Productivity
    • Transition Planning
    • Future Staffing Requirements
    • Equipment Planning
    • Logistical Analysis
    • Emergency Preparedness
    • Planning for Future Changes

    The MedModel Advantage

    MedModel provides administrators and managers the opportunity to test new ideas for system design or improvement in the delivery of care before committing the time and resources necessary to build or alter the actual system.

    MedModel focuses on issues such as:

    • Resource Utilization
    • System Capacity
    • Patient Flow within a specific clinical area
    • Patient Flow throughout the hospital
    • Constraints for rapidly changing patient demographics.

    By modeling the important elements of a hospital or clinic, healthcare leaders can experiment with different operating strategies and designs to achieve the best results for their patients.


    Hospital Patient Flow

    Helping multiple hospitals with patient flow analysis led to the development of this custom reusable predictive analytic patient flow solution.

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    Emergency Department

    MedModel enables healthcare organizations to test their ideas and scenarios for radical cost reduction or other performance objectives in a virtual environment BEFORE they are implemented, reducing the risks of implementing ineffective initiatives.

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    Perioperative Services

    Predictive Analytics Improves Surgical Division Room Utilization, Avoids Potential Expansion, While Maintaining Satisfactory Patient Wait Time.

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    Product Summary

    The MedModel Optimization Suite is a discrete-event simulation technology that helps you to make better decisions faster. It has been designed specifically for the healthcare industry to evaluate, plan, and design improvements to healthcare processes within key, high volume, high revenue areas of the hospital as well as system wide patient flow. It empowers you to accurately replicate complex real world clinical processes, conduct predictive performance analysis on potential changes, then optimize the system based on your key performance indicators.


    Learn About MedModel

    Discover MedModel-specific training, tutorial, and how-to videos. Explore our training resources, online help, and view our pre-recorded webinars to help further your knowledge of MedModel.

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    Training Resources

    Online Resource Library

    Consulting Services

    MedModel: with Six Sigma Analysis and Minitab

    What's New


    What's New in MedModel 2018 SP2


    System Functions

    • ScenarioName() - Returns current scenario name when the function is invoked in logic; providing ability for more custom reporting.
    • SysClock() - Returns the System Date and Time when the function is invoked in logic; providing ability for more custom reporting.

    Fixes and Improvements

    • Resolved logic window stability
    • Shift carryover improvements
    • Auto Update improvements.
    • Grid stability improvements
    • File save stability improvements
    • Regular bug fixes



    What's New in MedModel 2018 SP1

    We are excited to announce the release of ProModel and MedModel 2018 SP1.


    • Macros are usable in Array import/export fields
    • Macros can replace File, Sheet, and Cells
    • Users can now experiment with Array import and export by changing the macro scenario parameters

    What's New in MedModel 2018?

    Ribbon UI

    The traditional menus and toolbars have been replaced with a fluent Ribbon bar like the one you find in Microsoft Office applications. The new Ribbon makes it easier to access the various modules and features within the application and better facilitate touch screen and high-resolution devices.

    Quick Access Toolbar

    Add highly used ribbon buttons to the Quick Access Toolbar (QAT) for fast and easy access to the program functionality they provide (located in the upper left corner of the application). Either select an option from the Customize menu or right-click on a button in the ribbon and choose to add it to the QAT.

    Docking Windows

    Windows are now docked within the new workspace interface, which means that when you adjust the size of one window, the others automatically resize accordingly. Say goodbye to overlapping windows. You can also stack windows on top of each other and quickly access them from their respective tab thus saving valuable view space. Windows even proportionally adjust when you resize the entire application.

    Window Persistence

    Tired of leaving a module only to return and have to reopen its sub-windows? In this new release, all windows persist! If you leave one module for another (e.g. to create a new global variable), when you return to that module, all its previously open windows will be reopened.

    Right-Click Context Menus

    Context menus are available in every table and accessible by right-clicking in any field within that table. For example, you will be able to quickly delete, insert or move a record with a simple right-click of the mouse. The right-click context menus in Background graphics are improved and provide new access to editing other modeling elements such as locations and variables.

    Recent Model List

    The list of recently opened models in the File application menu has been expanded from five to up to 19. Pin your favorite model files to the top of the list and hover over any model name to reveal the full path to the model.

    Single Background Graphics Mode

    No more discussion or decision on whether to go to Front of Grid or Behind Grid mode when creating background graphics. You simply just go to Background Graphics for editing images. Create shapes, add text and import pictures through the new Insert ribbon.


    • New and updated hotkeys for fast access to key modules and application features.
    • Super Tooltips appear revealing hotkeys and help snippets when hovering over ribbon buttons, and selecting F1 opens online context help for the given button.

    • Variable labels can be quickly created using the hotkey Ctrl+T and then clicking on the Layout.
    • SimRunner Input Factors have been expanded beyond the previous limit of 500.
    • Simultaneously run an optimization in SimRunner and continue editing your model.
    • Conveniently cycle through all open windows using Ctrl+Tab.

    • Name-Index Numbers are displayed in right-click context menus.
    • Selecting Continuous Trace now opens a window and begins tracing (like Step Trace Events).
    • When exporting your model to a text file, you are now prompted whether or not to open it right away.


    What's New in the 2016 SP1 release?

    Resource Distance Traveled Statistics

    The distance your resources travel over the course of a simulation is now collected and reported in Output Viewer. It is displayed as Total Distance Traveled in Resource Summary reports and tracks the overall distance traveled for individual units.

    Identify Captured Resource Units

    In addition to determining which resource you’ve captured, you can now find out the specific unit of that resource as well. With the new OwnedResourceUnit() function, you can get the unit number of any resource owned by an entity. This is useful when collecting custom resource statistics at the individual unit level.

    In-Process Resource Utilization Statistics

    Access the utilization of your resources at any time during simulation. Using the newly modified PercentUtil() function, you can find out the utilization of individual units of a resource or a summary of all units of a given resource type. This allows you to make dynamic logical decisions or write out custom statistics to a CSV or Excel file.

    Utilization for a specific resource unit

    Utilization of all units for a resource type

    Quickly Access Element Definitions

    Have you ever been writing or viewing logic, and wanted to quickly see the definition (or details) of a specific subroutine, array, location, etc.? Well, now you can! Simply highlight that model element in logic, press the F12 key, and you will be taken to that element’s specific record in its edit table. For example, if you highlight a subroutine name in logic and press F12, you will be taken to its exact record in the Subroutine table.

    Programmatic Export of Statistics

    The statistical results of your simulation runs can be programmatically accessed through a new API to Output Viewer. You can get the raw data, down to the individual replication, or have it summarized or grouped (just like in Output Viewer) prior to accessing it. Either way, you can access your results, for example to load into Excel or a database, for analysis outside of Output Viewer.

    As an example, this is a Time Plot in Output Viewer where the time series data is averaged over a custom period of 15 minute intervals.

    Using the new API, you can have Output Viewer summarize the data into 15 minute intervals prior to exporting it to Excel.

    The exported format makes it easy to create a Pivot table and Pivot chart in Excel.


    • When exporting Array data at the end of simulation, the replication number is no longer written out in the Excel Sheet name if “Export after final replication only” is checked.
    • Minitab version 17.3 is now supported



    What's New in the 2016 release?

    Simplified Single Click Installation and Licensing

    Enter you Serial Number and Email address and click Install. Nothing more to do as the software is installed and licensed without further action.

    ProModel 2016 Installation

    Intellisense Optional

    If you like to enter your model logic freely, in your own format and without prompts, you can turn off the Intellisense feature and write your logic however you like.


    Shift Carryover and Grouped Entities

    Resources that entities capture prior to grouping, and any that the grouped entity subsequently captures, can be pulled off shift and replenished through this shift carryover capability. The grouped entity will only resume processing once all resources have been replaced.

    Failed Arrival Statistics for Ordered Entities

    Previously, only explicitly defined entity Arrivals automatically collected stats when failing to arrive (due to a lack of available capacity). Now, you can individually control which entity-location Order statement reports when it fails to arrive at its ordered location.

    System Requirements




    Computer and processor

    1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x86-64) processor


    1 GB RAM (32-bit); 2 GB RAM (64-bit)

    Hard disk

    1.5 GB available disk space

    Operating system

    Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7


    Internet access (for online registration and updates)

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