Analytics is the process of developing actionable insights through problem definition, application of statistical models or operations research techniques and analysis against existing and/or simulated future data.
HSR conducts in-depth analysis into key strategic areas to provide insights for management using operations research techniques (e.g. discrete event simulation and optimisation) and business analytic approaches. Our findings provide the basis for decision making in designing interventions to address areas of strategic and operational concern.
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Selected analytics-related first-author publications
Oh HC, Chow WL, Tiah L, Goh SY, Tiruchittampalam M. Factors Associated with Inappropriate Attendances at Emergency Department of a Tertiary Hospital in Singapore. Singapore Medical Journal
2020; 61(2), 75-80
Nang EEK, Tai ES, Lee J, Soekojo CY, Ng A, Van Dam RM. Epicardial and visceral adipose tissue in relation to subclinical atherosclerosis in a Chinese population. PLoS One.
2018; Apr 25;13(4): e0196328
Oh HC; Chow WL, Looi P, Goh PL, Lim SHC, Tiruchittampalam M. Patient Experience Enhancement at Accident and Emergency Department: Junior Doctor Manpower Reallocation Optimization. Journal of Management Science and Engineering.
2017, 2(3), 193-208.
Nang Ei Ei Khaing, Rob M. van Dam, Tan CS, Falk Mueller-Riemenschneider, Lim YT, Ong KZ, Ee S, Lee J, Tai ES. Association of television viewing time with body composition and calcified subclinical atherosclerosis in Singapore Chinese. PLoS One.
Koh XH, Liu X, TeoYY. Can evidence from genome-wide association studies and positive natural selection surveys be used to evaluate the thrifty gene hypothesis in East Asians?. PloS one
2014, 9(10), p.e110974.
Oh HC, Zhang DL, Phua TB; Chow MPY. Uncover effective process improvement strategies in emergency department with aid of discrete event simulation. Health Systems
2014, 3(2), 93-104.
Oh HC; Wong JA; Tan MC. Enhancement of patient and staff experience at outpatient pharmacy via optimization of drug-shelf reallocation. Operations Research for Health Care.
2014, 3, 15-21.
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