A final adjustment for staff allocation under environmental uncertainty
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Through understanding the relationships between the previous day's (Sunday) demand and the remaining days' demand, a prediction model can be constructed. The staff level can be determined based on this prediction model. This model can also be applied in different hospital units or a staff environment other than hospitals.
KeywordsPrediction Model Staff Level Final Adjustment Hospital Unit Environmental Uncertainty
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