Healthcare Policy presents Time-Driven Activity-Based Costing for Cataract Surgery in Canada
This research paper showcases how a process map was created for cataract surgery at KEI using two variables: (1) the unit cost of supplying capacity and (2) the time needed to perform an activity.
by Rob Meeder and Nadiya Sunderji
COVID-19 has amplified what was already a growing problem – children struggling with their mental health and inadequate access to specialized mental healthcare, especially physician-delivered care.
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