Simulation and Optimization Laboratory of National Health Service (SSN) Services
(Head Prof. Massimo Maurici – Ing. Luca Paulon, PhD)
The National Health Service (SSN) Simulation and Optimization Service (SOS) laboratory is intended as a technological and scientific support for research, through feasibility studies based on computer simulation and optimization, and possible improvements to SSN services provided by accredited providers.
Service modeling can be developed at different levels of detail to consider activities, resources employed and a three-dimensional and dynamic view of the model itself.
The main goal is to represent the assistance pathway of users of one or more providers - and the various constraints and goals to consider in identifying and designing improvement interventions, including health and economic ones.
Origin and projects of the laboratory
The SOS-SSN laboratory is born from the collaboration between Prof. Massimo Maurici, Eng. Luca Paulon (Engineer, PhD in Mathematical Models and Techniques for Technology and Society) and several entities operating in the Lazio Region within the SSN services.
This collaboration has been developing since 2002 through research projects on the simulation and optimization (including quality) of the SSN services that involve, in various respects, personnel from the Department of Biomedicine and Prevention and the following bodies:
The SOS-SSN lab is born precisely with the aim of not dispersing the energies and the skills so far developed in order to make them available to the SSN and to anyone who provides healthcare at any level.
The services of the laboratory
SOS SSN is able to implement:
Simulation and Optimization Laboratory of SSN Services
Department of Biomedicine and Prevention, Faculty of Medicine and Surgery
University of Rome "Tor Vergata"
Via Montpellier, 1, 00133 Rome (Italy)
Telephone and Fax (+39) 06 7259 6118
Altre informazioni sul laboratorio
Protection of woman and child
Improvement of birth centers: reduction of caesarean section and cost containment
The DLP4Health project
Resources of the lab
Collaborations with natural persons
Collaborations with legal entities