Written by on Tuesday September 24th 2013 in Latest News, News and Events

SIMUL8 launch new Healthcare website

SIMUL8 Corporation continues its commitment to improving healthcare with simulation software with the launch of a dedicated resource for its healthcare community, www.SIMUL8healthcare.com

Boston, MA, September 12, 2013:  SIMUL8 Corporation, developers of process improvement simulation software, today announced the launch of www.SIMUL8healthcare.com. The new website will provide a focused learning resource for SIMUL8’s growing healthcare user community with current case studies, online workshops, white papers, and regular insight on the most recent developments in healthcare.

For over 20 years, SIMUL8 Corporation has been dedicated to improving healthcare with simulation software. With high levels of uncertainty, continuous change, and where poor processes can affect patient outcomes, Healthcare systems are increasingly using simulation techniques to test proposed changes in a risk-free environment. Simulation software allows users to identify and implement the best solution, taking demand, cost, capacity, and waiting times into account, and ensures that any changes are right first time.

Claire Cordeaux, Executive Director of Healthcare for SIMUL8, said, “With the increasing demand for healthcare from an ageing population and the need to develop high quality, sustainable models of healthcare, simulation software is an essential tool for decision makers in healthcare systems across the world. Our aim with www.SIMUL8healthcare.com is to share our knowledge and expertise through our growing community of users and on to those who may be just starting out on their simulation journey.”

As well as regular case study briefings and insight on the latest healthcare trends, www.SIMUL8healthcare.com will host the ‘Improving Healthcare Online Workshop Series’. The workshops are presented by SIMUL8 users and tackle the most pressing challenges facing healthcare today. Recent workshop topics have included; Improving Emergency Department Throughput in Johns Hopkins Health System, Ensuring the feasibility of a $31 million OR expansion project in Memorial Health System of Illinois, and Using Simulation for Health Economic Analysis.

For more information on the workshop series and to join the SIMUL8 Healthcare community, please visit www.SIMUL8healthcare.com