Healthcare Utilization Awareness and Labor Monitoring Methodology: A Theoretical I.M.S.E. Approach to Risk Minimization and Human Metrics Capturing in the Nursing Workforce

Luis Ernesto Reyes, University of Texas at El Paso

Abstract

The healthcare industry is so complex and dynamic that the development of any tool designed to promote positive patient outcomes nearly requires the developer to be an actual healthcare practitioner. Many healthcare tools exists that initially give the perception that there will be no future requirements that may hinder the tools' integrity, but more often than not, the unexpected occurs. The future is one unpredictable element of life that most engineers wish they could capture with optimal precision. I.M.S.E. (Industrial, Manufacturing and Systems Engineering) applications do not assist with fortune telling, but they do assist with creating robust tools designed to continuously adapt, integrate, innovate, define ingenuity and to improve a systems' quality of life.^

Subject Area

Industrial engineering|Nursing|Health care management

Recommended Citation

Reyes, Luis Ernesto, "Healthcare Utilization Awareness and Labor Monitoring Methodology: A Theoretical I.M.S.E. Approach to Risk Minimization and Human Metrics Capturing in the Nursing Workforce" (2017). ETD Collection for University of Texas, El Paso. AAI10688083.
https://digitalcommons.utep.edu/dissertations/AAI10688083

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