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Linda V. Green
Linda V. Green
Cain Brothers & Co. Professor Emerita of Healthcare, Columbia Business School
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Using queueing theory to increase the effectiveness of emergency department provider staffing
LV Green, J Soares, JF Giglio, RA Green
Academic Emergency Medicine 13 (1), 61-68, 2006
4742006
Coping with time‐varying demand when setting staffing requirements for a service system
LV Green, PJ Kolesar, W Whitt
Production and Operations Management 16 (1), 13-39, 2007
4242007
Managing patient service in a diagnostic medical facility
LV Green, S Savin, B Wang
Operations Research 54 (1), 11-25, 2006
3572006
Anniversary article: Improving emergency responsiveness with management science
LV Green, PJ Kolesar
Management Science 50 (8), 1001-1014, 2004
3512004
How many hospital beds?
LV Green
INQUIRY: The Journal of Health Care Organization, Provision, and Financing …, 2002
3482002
Reducing delays for medical appointments: A queueing approach
LV Green, S Savin
Operations Research 56 (6), 1526-1538, 2008
3472008
The pointwise stationary approximation for queues with nonstationary arrivals
L Green, P Kolesar
Management Science 37 (1), 84-97, 1991
3361991
Queueing analysis in healthcare
L Green
Patient flow: reducing delay in healthcare delivery, 281-307, 2006
3262006
Primary care physician shortages could be eliminated through use of teams, nonphysicians, and electronic communication
LV Green, S Savin, Y Lu
Health Affairs 32 (1), 11-19, 2013
3202013
Improving the SIPP approach for staffing service systems that have cyclic demands
LV Green, PJ Kolesar, J Soares
Operations Research 49 (4), 549-564, 2001
2952001
Capacity planning and management in hospitals
LV Green
Operations research and health care: A handbook of methods and applications …, 2004
2472004
Strategies for cutting hospital beds: the impact on patient service.
LV Green, V Nguyen
Health services research 36 (2), 421, 2001
2362001
Identifying good nursing levels: A queuing approach
N Yankovic, LV Green
Operations research 59 (4), 942-955, 2011
1982011
Some effects of nonstationarity on multiserver Markovian queueing systems
L Green, P Kolesar, A Svoronos
Operations Research 39 (3), 502-511, 1991
1751991
“Nursevendor problem”: Personnel staffing in the presence of endogenous absenteeism
LV Green, S Savin, N Savva
Management Science 59 (10), 2237-2256, 2013
1692013
Queueing systems with service interruptions
A Federgruen, L Green
Operations Research 34 (5), 752-768, 1986
1561986
Providing timely access to care: what is the right patient panel size?
LV Green, S Savin, M Murray
The Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety 33 (4), 211-218, 2007
1342007
A multiple dispatch queueing model of police patrol operations
L Green
Management science 30 (6), 653-664, 1984
1261984
A queueing system in which customers require a random number of servers
L Green
Operations research 28 (6), 1335-1346, 1980
1131980
A queueing system with general-use and limited-use servers
L Green
Operations Research 33 (1), 168-182, 1985
1101985
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