E-SIS a participé aux Winter Simulation Conference (WSC) 6-9 Décembre 2015 à Huntington Beach, USA et a présenté le document suivant sur l'avancement de ses travaux de recherche

ABSTRACT : Innovation and health-care funding reforms have contributed to the deployment of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to improve patient care. Many health-care organizations considered the application of ICT as a crucial key to enhance health-care management. The purpose of this paper is to provide a global methodology to assess the organizational impact of high-level Health Information System (HIS) on patient pathway. We propose a performance evaluation for HIS using formal modeling with ARIS (Architecture of Integrated Information Systems) models and a Discrete Event Simulation approach. The methodology is applied to the consultation for cancer treatment process. Simulation scenarios are established to conclude about the impact of HIS on patient pathway. We demonstrated that although high level HIS lengthen the consultation, occupation rate of oncologists are lower and quality of care is higher (through number of available information accessed during the consultation). The methodology is flexible enough to be applied to other health-care systems.

Vincent Augusto, Olfa Rejeb, Xiaolan Xie

Lionel Perrier, Pierre Biron, Thierry Durand