ISyE Colloquium Recordings
"An efficient data-driven approach to static and dynamic ambulance location for emergency medical services"
Lavanya Marla, PhD
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
"Optimal Personalized Medicine in Chronic Disease management"
Greggory J. Schell, PhD Student
University of Michigan
"Engineering Health Care Systems through a Human Factors Approach"
Nicole E. Werner, PhD, Senior Research Scientist
Johns Hopkins University
"Designing Clinical Decision Support to Enhance Medication Safety"
Alissa L. Russ, PhD
VA Health Service Research and Development, Centre for Health Information and Communication in Indianapolis
"Evidence-based practice in healthcare : How systems-engineering based coaching models can promote sustainable organizational change"
UW-Madison Center for Health Enhancement Systems Studies (CHESS)
"Performance and Optimization of Finite Closed Queueing Network Models"
Prof. James MacGregor Smith
University of Massachusetts
"Healthcare, Health IT, and Opportunities in Health Systems Engineering"
Chief Information Officer, Stanford Children's Health - Palo Alto, CA
"Some recent studies on Prognostics and Health Management of Lithium"
Prof. Haitao Liao
University of Arizona
"Health Systems Engineering at Mayo Clinic"
Dr. Mark Hayward
Mayo Clinic - Center for the Science of Health Care Delivery
"Is the Glass 85% Full or 15% Empty? Assessing the Efficacy of San Francisco's Parking Experiment"
Dr. Robert Cornelius Hampshire
Carnegie Mellon University
"Modeling and Simulation to Promote 'Efficient, Effective and Equitable' Outcomes in Public Health"
Dr. Julie Swann
Georgia Institute of Technology
"Quality Monitoring - High Density Data Applications"
Dr. Jamie Camello
"Standardization of Surgical Procedures"
Prof. Tom Armstrong
University of Michigan
"Transitional Care: Bridging a Fragmented Health System to Improve Patient Safety"
Amy J Kind, MD, PhD
"A University Health Clinic's Struggle to Recover from EHR Workflow Hazards."
A. Joy Rodriguez
"Stochastic semi-Nonparametric Envelopment of Data (StoNED): A new methodology for estimating production functions and efficiency"
Andrew Johnson - Texas A&M
"Experiences and Lessons Learned from a Successful STTR-funded Research Project: RFID in Blood Products Supply Chain Management"
Raj Veeramani, UW-Madison
Alfonso Gutierrez - UW-Madison
Eric Steege - Wisconsin Entrepreneurs Network