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Title: Optimising Health Emergency Resource Management from Multi-Model Databases
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Authors: Arias, Juan C.
Cubillas, Juan J.
Ramos, Maria I.
Abstract: The health care sector is one of the most sensitive sectors in our society, and it is believed that the application of specific and detailed database creation and design techniques can improve the quality of patient care. In this sense, better management of emergency resources should be achieved. The development of a methodology to manage and integrate a set of data from multiple sources into a centralised database, which ensures a high quality emergency health service, is a challenge. The high level of interrelation between all of the variables related to patient care will allow one to analyse and make the right strategic decisions about the type of care that will be needed in the future, efficiently managing the resources involved in such care. An optimised database was designed that integrated and related all aspects that directly and indirectly affected the emergency care provided in the province of Jaén (city of Jaén, Andalusia, Spain) over the last eight years. Health, social, economic, environmental, and geographical information related to each of these emergency services was stored and related. Linear and nonlinear regression algorithms were used: support vector machine (SVM) with linear kernel and generated linear model (GLM), and the nonlinear SVM with Gaussian kernel. Predictive models of emergency demand were generated with a success rate of over 90%.
Keywords: healthcare
database design
geospatial data
Issue Date: 4-Nov-2022
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Publisher: MDPI
Citation: Arias JC, Cubillas JJ, Ramos MI. Optimising Health Emergency Resource Management from Multi-Model Databases. Electronics. 2022; 11(21):3602.
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