This interactive webpage is visualizing our research outcome for the resilience of the Austrian healthcare system.
This research is to quantify the effects of gradual unavailability of doctors by tracking certain quality measures of the system. These quality measures include the remaining free capacity and the number of lost patients with resolution on a federal state level.
We use real life health record data and online doctors' data on opening hours from the Austrian healthcare system. The data contains patients' visits to 13 different medical specialties and allows us to describe the number of shared patients and distance between doctors.
In this visualization, you can explore the measures of remaining free capacity, the lost patients, risk and benefit score on a country-wide and/or federal state level in a particular medical specialty; compare the risk and benefit score distributions; observing the effects of gradual unavailability of doctors by sliding to every simulation step; investigate each doctor in detail by exploring their network and simulating the patient's journey.
Kaleta, M., Lasser, J., Dervic, E. et al. Stress-testing the resilience of the Austrian healthcare system using agent-based simulation. Nat Commun 13, 4259 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-022-31766-7