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Vascular Elective Surgeries Planning and Scheduling: A Case Study at a Teaching Hospital

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Operations Management for Social Good (POMS 2018)

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Teaching hospitals must comply with current legislation, which recommends a minimum number of surgeries for the resident’s approval in the training program. Thus, we propose a mathematical-based methodology to find efficient solutions for planning and scheduling elective surgeries that comply with the legislation.

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Assad, D.B.N., Hamacher, S., Spiegel, T. (2020). Vascular Elective Surgeries Planning and Scheduling: A Case Study at a Teaching Hospital. In: Leiras, A., González-Calderón, C., de Brito Junior, I., Villa, S., Yoshizaki, H. (eds) Operations Management for Social Good. POMS 2018. Springer Proceedings in Business and Economics. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-23816-2_16

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