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Optimized Management of the Health Emergency Services Regional Network of Rabat Region

  • Ibtissam KhalfaouiEmail author
  • Amar Hammouche
Conference paper
Part of the Learning and Analytics in Intelligent Systems book series (LAIS, volume 7)

Abstract

Due to the many dysfunctions that are currently affecting the healthcare sector in Morocco, it is crucial to manage the Health Emergency Services Regional Network (HESs-RN) as optimally as possible in order to ensure the safety and the quality of patients care at the right time. Our objective is to improve the performance of the network at the regional level. To do that, we based our approach on modelling and simulation, using an Integrated Geographic Information System (GIS). In this paper, we propose both the structuring of HESs in the form of the HESs-RN modelled as a graph, and the modelling of the HESs-RN by considering a medical emergency event as the Occurrence of events of Health Emergency (OHE). Moreover, a Decision Support Model (DSM) is proposed to manage and control at best the different HESs-RN’s OHE, and, in particular to determine, in real time, the fastest path for the patient’s transfer.

Keywords

Health regional network management GIS mapping Decision support model 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Research Team IMOSYS, Department of Industry, Mohammadia School of EngineersMohamed V UniversityRabatMorocco
  2. 2.PES, Research Team IMOSYS, Department of Industry, Mohammadia School of EngineersMohamed V UniversityRabatMorocco

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