Integrated ambulatory care resource scheduling in oncology.

F. Majidi, J. P. Enterline, G. Stuart, M. Herman, L. Langsdale, L. L. Ogorzalek

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Abstract

In a modern managed-care environment, the scheduling of ambulatory care activities must be viewed as a series of closely related activities rather than a group of unique and independent events. These activities must be sequenced in a logical manner, and linked with a variety of information on other clinical, operational, and administrative activities. This article focuses on such an integrated scheduling system which supports the ambulatory care services at the Johns Hopkins Oncology Center.

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