Theodore Eugene Day
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Decreased length of stay after addition of healthcare provider in emergency department triage: a comparison between computer-simulated and real-world interventions
TE Day, AR Al-Roubaie, EJ Goldlust
Emergency Medicine Journal 30 (2), 134-138, 2012
Incorporating discrete event simulation into quality improvement efforts in health care systems
MH Rutberg, S Wenczel, J Devaney, EJ Goldlust, TE Day
American Journal of Medical Quality 30 (1), 31-35, 2015
Impact of open data policies on consent to participate in human subjects research: Discrepancies between participant action and reported concerns
JA Cummings, JM Zagrodney, TE Day
PLoS One 10 (5), e0125208, 2015
The big consequences of small biases: a simulation of peer review
TE Day
Research Policy, 2015
Scheduling the resident 80-hour work week: an operations research algorithm
TE Day, JT Napoli, PC Kuo
Current surgery 63 (2), 136-141, 2006
An agent-based modeling template for a cohort of veterans with diabetic retinopathy
TE Day, N Ravi, H Xian, A Brugh
PloS one 8 (6), e66812, 2013
What Is Value Stream Mapping, and How Can It Help My Practice?
ZF Gellad, TE Day
The American journal of gastroenterology, 2016
Sensitivity of diabetic retinopathy associated vision loss to screening interval in an agent-based/discrete event simulation model
TE Day, N Ravi, H Xian, A Brugh
Computers in biology and medicine 47, 7-12, 2014
Enhancing entrance into PTSD treatment for post-deployment veterans through collaborative/integrative care
PA Brawer, AMT Brugh, RP Martielli, SP O’Connor, J Mastnak, ...
Translational Behavioral Medicine, 1-6, 2011
SYSML for Conceptual Modeling and Simulation for Analysis: Emergency Department
OG Batarseh, EJ Goldlust, TE Day
Simulation Conference (WSC), 2013 Winter, 2398-2409, 2013
The use of queueing and simulative analyses to improve an overwhelmed pharmacy call center
TE Day, WM Li, A Ingolfsson, N Ravi
Journal of pharmacy practice 23 (5), 492-5, 2010
Determining future capacity for an ambulatory surgical center with discrete event simulation
K Reece, J Avansino, M Brumm, L Martin, TE Day
International Journal of Healthcare Management 14 (3), 920-925, 2021
Capacity planning for maternal–fetal medicine using discrete event simulation
NM Ferraro, CB Reamer, TA Reynolds, LJ Howell, JS Moldenhauer, ...
American journal of perinatology 32 (08), 761-770, 2015
Reducing postponements of elective pediatric cardiac procedures: analysis and implementation of a discrete event simulation model
TE Day, S Sarawgi, A Perri, SC Nicolson
The Annals of thoracic surgery 99 (4), 1386-1391, 2015
Addressing the variation of post-surgical inpatient census with computer simulation
TE Day, A Chi, MH Rutberg, AJ Zahm, VM Otarola, JM Feldman, ...
Pediatric surgery international 30, 449-456, 2014
But what do participants want? Comment on the “Data Sharing in Psychology” special section (2018).
JA Cummings, TE Day
American Psychological Association 74 (2), 245, 2019
The case for information fiduciaries: The implementation of a data ethics checklist at Seattle Children’s Hospital
E Montague, TE Day, D Barry, M Brumm, A McAdie, AB Cooper, J Wignall, ...
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 28 (3), 650-652, 2021
Simulation to Predict Effect of Citywide Events on Emergency Department Operations.
NM Ferraro, TE Day
Pediatric Quality and Safety, 2017
Managing disruptions to patient flow capacity: Rapid-cycle improvement in a pediatric cardiac procedure complex
D McKetta, TE Day, V Jones, A Perri, SC Nicolson
The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety 42 (7), 321-324, 2016
The value of negative results in quality improvement: a simulation perspective
TE Day, ZF Gellad
American Journal of Medical Quality 31 (4), 376-378, 2016
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