Liam O'Neill
Liam O'Neill
Associate Professor of Health Systems, University of North Texas
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A cross-national comparison and taxonomy of DEA-based hospital efficiency studies
L O’Neill, M Rauner, K Heidenberger, M Kraus
Socio-Economic Planning Sciences 42 (3), 158-189, 2008
Validation in simulation: Various positions in the philosophy of science
GB Kleindorfer, L O'Neill, R Ganeshan
Management Science 44 (8), 1087-1099, 1998
Experience of ultrasound-based daily prostate localization
A Chandra, L Dong, E Huang, DA Kuban, L O’Neill, I Rosen, A Pollack
International Journal of Radiation Oncology* Biology* Physics 56 (2), 436-447, 2003
Surgeon characteristics associated with mortality and morbidity following carotid endarterectomy
L O’Neill, DJ Lanska, A Hartz
Neurology 55 (6), 773-781, 2000
Patient-specific point dose measurement for IMRT monitor unit verification
L Dong, J Antolak, M Salehpour, K Forster, L O’Neill, R Kendall, I Rosen
International Journal of Radiation Oncology* Biology* Physics 56 (3), 867-877, 2003
Scheduling surgical cases into overflow block time—computer simulation of the effects of scheduling strategies on operating room labor costs
F Dexter, A Macario, L O’Neill
Anesthesia & Analgesia 90 (4), 980-988, 2000
Robustness of the normal approximation of lead‐time demand in a distribution setting
JE Tyworth, L O'Neill
Naval Research Logistics (NRL) 44 (2), 165-186, 1997
Multifactor efficiency in data envelopment analysis with an application to urban hospitals
L O'neill
Health Care Management Science 1 (1), 19-27, 1998
Tactical increases in operating room block time based on financial data and market growth estimates from data envelopment analysis
L O’Neill, F Dexter
Anesthesia & Analgesia 104 (2), 355-368, 2007
Explaining variation in physician practice patterns and their propensities to recommend services
L O’Neill, J Kuder
Medical Care Research and Review 62 (3), 339-357, 2005
Data envelopment analysis to determine by how much hospitals can increase elective inpatient surgical workload for each specialty
F Dexter, L O’Neill
Anesthesia & Analgesia 99 (5), 1492-1500, 2004
The effect of RFID on inventory management and control
U Bagchi, A Guiffrida, L O’Neill, A Zeng, J Hayya
TRends in supply chain design and management, 71-92, 2007
Market capture of inpatient perioperative services using DEA
L O’Neill, F Dexter
Health Care Management Science 7 (4), 263-273, 2004
Competition strategy and efficiency evaluation for decision making units with fixed-sum outputs
F Yang, DD Wu, L Liang, L O’Neill
European Journal of Operational Research 212 (3), 560-569, 2011
Methods for understanding super-efficient data envelopment analysis results with an application to hospital inpatient surgery
L O'Neill
Health Care Management Science 8 (4), 291-298, 2005
Weekend operating room on call staffing requirements
F Dexter, L O'Neill
AORN journal 74 (5), 664-671, 2001
Evaluating best value through clustered benchmarking in UK local government: building control services
R McAdam, L O’Neill
International Journal of Public Sector Management, 2002
A strategy for deciding operating room assignments for second-shift anesthetists
F Dexter, A Macario, L O’Neill
Anesthesia & Analgesia 89 (4), 920, 1999
Evaluating the efficiency of hospitals’ perioperative services using DEA
L O’Neill, F Dexter
Operations research and health care, 147-168, 2005
The risks to patient privacy from publishing data from clinical anesthesia studies
L O’Neill, F Dexter, N Zhang
Anesthesia & Analgesia 122 (6), 2017-2027, 2016
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