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New Clinic Surge Planning Model software released


Associate Professor Jeffrey Herrmann (ME/ISR) and his research team are releasing a new product related to their respected Clinic Planning Model software.

Clinic Surge Planning Model is available for download at the team's web site. There is no charge for the software.

The Clinic Surge Planning Model is specifically designed for short-duration, high-volume clinics that have a surge of patients when the clinic opens. This model helps planners predict how long the clinic will need to be open to handle the initial surge as well as the patients who arrive after that. The model is an Excel workbook that the user can download and begin using immediately.

The model was developed by Adam Montjoy, a student in ISR's summer Research Experiences for Undergraduates program.

August 21, 2007


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