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Journal Publications

Task 1: Emergency healthcare management

  1. Meng, F., Qi, J., Zhang, M., Ang, J., Chu, S., & Sim, M. (2015). A robust optimization model for managing elective admission in a public hospital. Operations Research, 63(6), 1452-1467.
  2. Wong, Z. S. Y., Goldsman, D., & Tsui, K. L. (2016). Economic Evaluation of Individual School Closure Strategies: The Hong Kong 2009 H1N1 Pandemic. PloS one, 11(1), e0147052.
  3. Huang, J., Carmeli, B., & Mandelbaum, A. (2015). Control of patient flow in emergency departments, or multiclass queues with deadlines and feedback. Operations Research, 63(4), 892-908.

Task 2: Planning and scheduling of Operating Theater (OT) and other key resources in a hospital

  1. Qi, J. (2016). Mitigating delays and unfairness in appointment systems. Management Science.
  2. Lin, M. Y., Chin, K. S., Tsui, K. L., & Wong, T. C. (2016). Genetic based discrete particle swarm optimization for Elderly Day Care Center timetabling. Computers & Operations Research, 65, 125-138.
  3. Lin, C. K. Y. (2015). An adaptive scheduling heuristic with memory for the block appointment system of an outpatient specialty clinic. International Journal of Production Research, 53(24), 7488-7516.
  4. Wang, J., & Fung, R. Y. (2015). Adaptive dynamic programming algorithms for sequential appointment scheduling with patient preferences. Artificial intelligence in medicine, 63(1), 33-40.
  5. Yan, C., Tang, J., Jiang, B., & Fung, R. Y. (2015). Comparison of Traditional and Open-Access Appointment Scheduling for Exponentially Distributed Service Time. Journal of healthcare engineering, 6(3), 345-376.
  6. Zhang, Z., Liu, M., & Lim, A. (2015). A memetic algorithm for the patient transportation problem. Omega, 54, 60-71.

Task 3: Study of Public-Private Partnership (PPP) and capacity purchase

Papers under review

Task 4: Resource management in the context of the Hospital Authority

  1. Yao, D. D., Zhou, S. X., & Zhuang, W. (2016). Joint Initial Stocking and Transshipment—Asymptotics and Bounds. Production and Operations Management, 25(2), 273-289.
  2. Xu, H., Yao, D. D., & Zheng, S. (2016). Optimal Policies for a Two‐Product Inventory System under a Flexible Substitution Scheme. Production and Operations Management.
  3. Zhang, Y., Liang, L., Liu, E., Chen, C., & Atkins, D. (2016). Patient choice analysis and demand prediction for a health care diagnostics company. European Journal of Operational Research, 251(1), 198-205.
  4. Lin, M., Chin, K. S., Wang, X., & Tsui, K. L. (2016). The Therapist Assignment Problem in Home Healthcare Structures. Expert Systems with Applications.
  5. Yu, Y., Benjaafar, S., & Gerchak, Y. (2015). Capacity sharing and cost allocation among independent firms with congestion. Production and Operations Management, 24(8), 1285-1310.

Task 5: Healthcare information and data analytics.

  1. Or, C. (2015). Pre-Implementation Case Studies Evaluating Workflow and Informatics Challenges in Private Primary Care Clinics for Electronic Medical Record Implementation. International Journal of Healthcare Information Systems and Informatics (IJHISI), 10(4), 56-64.
  2. Or, C. K., Tao, D., & Wang, H. (2016). The effectiveness of the use of consumer health information technology in patients with heart failure: A meta-analysis and narrative review of randomized controlled trials. Journal of telemedicine and telecare, 1357633X15625540.
  3. Or, C., & Tao, D. (2016). A 3-month randomized controlled pilot trial of a patient-centered, computer-based self-monitoring system for the care of type 2 diabetes mellitus and hypertension. Journal of medical systems, 40(4), 1-13.
  4. Zhang, Q., & Haglin, D. (2016). Semantic similarity between ontologies at different scales. IEEE/CAA Journal of Automatica Sinica, 3(2), 132-140.
  5. Xu, R., & Zhang, Q. (2016). Understanding Online Health Groups for Depression: Social Network and Linguistic Perspectives. Journal of medical Internet research, 18(3).
  6. Tang, L., Lee, A. H., Binns, C. W., Van Hui, Y., & Yau, K. K. (2016). Consumption of Chinese herbal medicines during pregnancy and postpartum: A prospective cohort study in China. Midwifery, 34, 205-210.
  7. Ou, Y., Yau, K. K. W., Poon, C. M., Hui, Y. V., Lee, S. S., & Lee, C. K. (2016). Donation frequency and its association with demographic characteristics–a 1‐year observational study. Transfusion Medicine.