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Using simulations to improve medical decision making

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Using simulations to improve medical decision making

"The scenario is preset, and hence based on a lot of constraints, but when it is run, there is freedom for everyone to operate. This freedom to take part in…
October 18, 2022

Using simulations to improve medical decision making

“The scenario is preset, and hence based on a lot of constraints, but when it is run, there is freedom for everyone to operate. This freedom to take part in the defined context is the same as the spirit of the rules.

The constraints and rules that we set define every problem. How we leverage scope determines how we can position ourselves for success. The prioritization becomes more critical as we engage with more complex and overarching challenges. The goal is to understand without running into infinite loops and endless rabbit holes.”

Carlo Mahfouz is a technology executive and author of Reality Check: In Pursuit of the Right Questions.

He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, “Chaos and order: the simulated context.”

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