Dr. Yariv N. Marmor

Dr. Yariv N. Marmor

Dr. Yariv N. Marmor

Department: Industrial Engineering and Management
Current Position: Head of Department, Senior Lecturer

Education :

Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering
Dissertation: “Emergency-Departments Simulation in Support of Service-Engineering: Staffing, Design, and Real-Time Tracking”.

Supervisor: Professor A. Mandelbaum.

Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa. 2003-2010.

M.Sc., in Industrial EngineeringThesis: “Developing a Simulation Tool for Analyzing Emergency Department Performance”.
Supervisor: late Dr. D. Sinreich.

Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa. 1999-2003.

B.Sc., in Industrial Engineering and Management, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa. 1995-1999.

Research Interests
  • 1. Service Systems
  • 2. Healthcare Systems
  • 3. Quality Engineering
Courses
  • 1. Discrete Event Simulation - 51711 (BSc)
  • 2. Introduction to Service Systems Engineering - 51156 (BSc)
  • 3. The Supply Process: Planning and Operations - 51132 (BSc)
  • 4. Service Systems Design and Operations Management - 53211 (MSc)
  • 5. Final Project - 53110 (MSc)

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1RDn8pR70QnYYSc12ZVoxoaNZcinSnHko/viewRefereed Papers

  1. Vanacore A, Marmor YN, Bashkansky E, Some Metrological Aspects of Preferences Expressed by Prioritization of Alternatives, Measurement (2018), doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.measurement. 2018.11.012.
  2. Marmor YN., Bashkansky E. Abrupt Change of Process Behavior: The Anderson-Darling Detection Tool. Quality Engineering. 2017: 1-10.
  3. Ben-David I, Marmor YN, Shnits B. Developing an Optimal Appointment Scheduling for Systems with Rigid Standby Time under pre-Determined Quality of Service. Has been accepted for publication in Flexible Services and Manufacturing Journal. 2016.
  4. Luzon Y, Khmelnitsky E, Marmor Y. Minimum Flow Time in a Tandem Two-Server Fluid Network. IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control. (DOI: 10.1109/TAC.2016.2614271.)
  5. Bayer-Topilsky T, Suri RM, Topilsky Y, Marmor YN, Trenerry MR, Antiel RM, Mahoney DW, Schaff HV, Enriquez-Sarano M. Mitral-Valve-Prolapse, Psycho-Emotional-Status and Quality-of-Life: Prospective Investigation in the Current Era. The American journal of medicine. 2016 May 24.
  6. Ozen A, Marmor Y, Rohleder T, Balasubramanian H, Huddleston J, Huddleston P. (2015). Optimization and Simulation of Orthopedic Spine Surgery Cases at Mayo Clinic. Manufacturing & Service Operations Management.
  7. Luzon Y, Marmor Y, Khmelnitsky E. Optimal control of a two-server flow-shop network. Journal of Scheduling, 18(5), 513-524, 2015.
  8. Armony M, Israelit S, Mandelbaum A, Marmor YN, Tseytlin Y, Yom-Tov GB. Patient flow in hospitals: A data-based queueing-science perspective. Stochastic Systems, 5(1), 146–194, 2015.
  9. Bayer-Topilsky T, Suri RM, Topilsky Y, Marmor YN, Trenerry MR, Antiel RM, Enriquez-Sarano M. Psychoemotional and quality of life response to mitral operations in patients with mitral regurgitation: a prospective study. The Annals of thoracic surgery, 99(3), 847-854, 2015.
  10. Kaner M, Gadrich T, Dror S, Marmor Y. Generating and Evaluating Simulation Scenarios to Improve Emergency Department Operations. IIE Transactions on Healthcare Systems Engineering 4:156–166, Aug 2014. (DOI: 10.1080/19488300.2014.938281.)
  11. Marmor Y, Kemp BJ, Huschka TR, Ruter RL, McConnell DM, Rohleder TR. Improving Patient Access in Nuclear Medicine: A Case Study of PET Scanner Scheduling. Quality Management in Health Care. 22(4):302-14, Oct-Dec 2013. (PMID:24088878. DOI:10.1097/QMH.0000000000000005.)
  12. Bayer-Topilsky T, Trenerry MR, Suri R, Topilsky Y, Antiel RM, Marmor Y, Mahoney DW, Schaff HV, Enriquez-Sarano M. Psycho-emotional Manifestations of Valvular Heart Diseases: Prospective Assessment in Mitral Regurgitation. The American Journal of Medicine. 126(10):916-24, Oct 2013. (PMID:23932160. DOI:10.1016/j.amjmed.2013.05.013).
  13. Brown MJ, Kor DJ, Curry TB, Marmor Y, Rohleder TR. A Coordinated Patient Transport System for ICU Patients Requiring Surgery: Impact on Operating Room Efficiency and ICU Workflow. Journal for Healthcare Quality. Jun  2013. [Epub ahead of print] (PMID:23773630. DOI:10.1111/jhq.12019.)
  14. Marmor Y, Rohleder TR, Cook DJ, Huschka TR, Thompson JE. Recovery bed planning in cardiovascular surgery: a simulation case study. Health Care Management Science. 16(4):314-27. Mar 2013. ( PMID:23508521. DOI:10.1007/s10729-013-9231-5.)
  15. Hasin T, Marmor Y, Kremers W, Topilsky Y, Severson CJ, Schirger JA, Boilson BA, Clavell AL, Rodeheffer RJ, Frantz RP, Edwards BS, Pereira NL, Stulak JM, Joyce L, Daly R, Park SJ, Kushwaha SS. Readmissions after implantation of axial flow left ventricular assist device. Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 61(2):153-63, Jan 2013. (PMID:23219299. DOI:10.1016/j.jacc.2012.09.041.)
  16. Kaner M, Gadrich T, Dror S, Marmor Y. Conceptualizing Emergency Department Scenarios: A DSE-based Methodology International Journal of Service Science, Management, Engineering, and Technology. 4(1):30-46. Jan 2013. (DOI:10.4018/jssmet.2013010103.)
  17. Bayer-Topilsky T, Itzhaky H, Dekel R, Marmor Y. Mental health and posttraumatic growth in civilians exposed to ongoing terror. Journal of Loss and Trauma. 18(3):227-47, 2013.
  18. Marmor Y, Golany B, Israelit S, Mandelbaum A. Designing Patient Flow in Emergency Departments. IIE Transactions on Healthcare Systems Engineering. 2(4):233-247, Dec 2012. (DOI:10.1080/19488300.2012.736118.)
  19. Zeltyn S, Marmor Y, Mandelbaum A, Carmeli B, Greenshpan O, Mesika Y, Wasserkrug S, Vortman P, Shtub A, Lauterman T, Schwartz D, Moskovitch K, Tzafrir S, Basis F. Simulation-Based Models of Emergency Departments: Operational, Tactical and Strategic Staffing.  ACM Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation (TOMACS). 21(4):1-25, 2011. (DOI:10.1145/2000494.2000497.)
  20. Sinreich D, Gopher D, Ben-Barak S, Marmor Y, Lahat R. Mental Models as a Practical Tool in the Engineer’s Toolbox.  International Journal of Production Research. 43(14):2977-96, July 2005.  (DOI:10.1080/00207540500057373.)
  21. Sinreich D, Marmor Y. Ways to reduce patient turnaround time and improve service quality in emergency departments.  Journal of Health Organization and Management. 19(2):88-105, 2005.  (PMID:16119049.)
  22. Sinreich D, Marmor Y. The Operations of Hospital Emergency Departments: The Basis for Developing a Simulation Tool.  IIE Transactions. 37(3):233-45, 2005.  (DOI:10.1080/07408170590899625.)
Book Chapters
  1. Marmor YN, Bashkansky E. Patient Diagnostic State Evolution During Hospitalization: Developing a Model for Measuring Clinical Diagnostic Dynamics. In Recent Advances in Multi-state Systems Reliability. 2018: pp. 343-354. Springer, Cham.

Conference Proceedings and Abstracts

  1. Roh TP, Huschka TR, Brown MJ, Marmor YN. Data-driven simulation use to determine bed resource requirements for the redesign of pre-and post-operative care areas. In Proceedings of the Winter Simulation Conference 2014, pp. 1168-1176. IEEE, 2014.
  2. Akin G, Ivy JS, Huschka TR, Rohleder TR, Marmor Y. Capacity management and patient scheduling in an outpatient clinic using discrete event simulation. Proceedings of the 2013 Winter Simulation Conference – Simulation: Making Decisions in a Complex World, WSC 2013. 2215-26, 2013.
  3. Marmor Y, Rohleder TR, Huschka T, Cook D, Thompson J.  A simulation tool to support recovery bed planning for surgical patients.  Proceedings – Winter Simulation Conference. 1333-9, 2011.
  4. Vitkin E, Carmeli B, Greenshpan O, Baras D, Marmor Y. MEDAL: measuring of emergency departments’ adaptive load.  Studies in health technology and informatics. 160(Pt 1):218-22, 2010. (PMID:20841681.)
  5. Wasserkrug S, Greenshpan O, Marmor Y, Carmeli B, Vortman P, Basis F, Schwartz D, Mandelbaum A.  InEDvance: Advanced IT in Support of Emergency Department Management.  Lecture Notes in Computer Science. 5831:86-95, 2009.  (DOI:10.1007/978-3-642-04941-5_10.)
  6. Marmor Y, Wasserkrug S, Zeltyn S, Mesika Y, Greenshpan O, Carmeli B, Shtub A, Mandelbaum, A.  Toward Simulation-Based Real-Time Decision-Support Systems for Emergency Departments.  Proceedings – Winter Simulation Conference. 2042-53, 2009.  (DOI:978-1-4244-5770-0.
  7. Sinreich D, Marmor Y. A Simple and Intuitive Simulation Tool for Analyzing Emergency Department Operations.  Proceedings – Winter Simulation Conference.1994-2002, 2004.  (DOI:10.1109/WSC.2004.1371561.)

Other Publications

  1.  Sinreich, D., Marmor, Y. , Jabali, O. with Research Assistants (2006), “Hillel Yafe Medical Center Emergency Department Performance Report”, Research Center for Work Safety and Human Engineering, HEIS-16-05, Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management, Technion, Haifa, Israel (in Hebrew).
  2. Sinreich, D. and Marmor, Y. (2005), “Emergency Room Simulation”, Research Executive Summaries, Edited by Candace Yano, Industrial Engineer, Vol. 37, No. 3, pp. 52–53.
  3. Sinreich, D., Marmor, Y. , Jabali, O. with Research Assistants (2006), “Poria Medical Center Emergency Department Performance Report”, Research Center for Work Safety and Human Engineering, HEIS-3-06, Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management, Technion, Haifa, Israel (in Hebrew).
  4. Sinreich, D. and Marmor, Y. (2005), “Emergency Department Operations:  A Simple and Intuitive Simulation Tool Based on Generic Processes Approch”.  Working paper, Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management, Technion, Haifa, Israel. <http://iew3.technion.ac.il/Home/Deceased/sinr/emergency2.pdf >
  5. Sinreich, D. and Marmor, Y. (2004), “A Staffing Emergency: Keeping Emergency Departments Moving Quickly and Efficiently with Simulation”, Industrial Engineer, Vol. 36, No. 5, pp. 38–41.
  6. Sinreich, D., Marmor, Y., with Research Assistants (2003), “Rambam Medical Center Emergency Department Performance Report”, Research Center for Work Safety and Human Engineering, HEIS-3-03, Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management, Technion, Haifa, Israel (in Hebrew).
  7. Sinreich, D., Marmor, Y. with Research Assistants (2003), “Carmel Medical Center Emergency Department Performance Report”, Research Center for Work Safety and Human Engineering, HEIS-4-03, Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management, Technion, Haifa, Israel (in Hebrew).
  8. Sinreich, D., Marmor, Y. with Research Assistants (2003), “Hasharon Medical Center Emergency Department Performance Report”, Research Center for Work Safety and Human Engineering, HEIS-5-03, Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management, Technion, Haifa, Israel (in Hebrew).
  9. Sinreich, D., Marmor, Y. with Research Assistants (2003), “Belinson Medical Center Emergency Department Performance Report”, Research Center for Work Safety and Human Engineering, HEIS-6-03, Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management, Technion, Haifa, Israel (in Hebrew).
  10. Sinreich, D., Marmor, Y. with Research Assistants (2003), “HaEmek Medical Center Emergency Department Performance Report”, Research Center for Work Safety and Human Engineering, HEIS-7-03, Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management, Technion, Haifa, Israel.  (in Hebrew).
  11. Sinreich, D., Marmor, Y. with Research Assistants (2003), “Kaplan Medical Center Emergency Department Performance Report”, Research Center for Work Safety and Human Engineering, HEIS-8-03, Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management, Technion, Haifa, Israel (in Hebrew).
  12. Ben-Barak, S., Sinreich, D., Shtraucher, Z., Marmor, Y., Inzelbouch, M., Kfir, Y. and Gopher, D. (2000), “Human Factors Engineering and Method Improvement in the Emergency Department at the Medical Center HaEmek”, Research Center for Work Safety and Human Engineering, HEIS-6-02, Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management, Technion, Haifa, Israel (in Hebrew).

Academic Appointments

2014+

Senior Lecturer at ORT Braude College, Karmiel, Israel.

2013-2014

Lecturer as a faculty member at ORT Braude College, Karmiel, Israel.

2013+

Assistant Professor of Healthcare Systems Engineering – College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN

2011-2013

Research Associate in the Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education with Professor Thomas Rohleder in the Division of Health Care Policy and Research, Rochester, MN

2010-2011

Postdoctoral research fellow in the Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education with Professor Thomas Rohleder in the Division of Health Care Policy and Research, Rochester, MN

Modeling of Service System (especially Healthcare Systems) using real data and analytical tools.

Development of Research Tools (Free Downloads):

  1.  ADDT – Anderson-Darling Detection Tool

Data 1 – Artificially simulated data

Data 2 – Detecting a change caused by the loss of
measuring device accuracy

Based on  Abrupt Change of Process Behavior: The
Anderson-Darling Detection Tool
Quality Engineering (Marmor and Bashkansky, 2017).

  1. Appointment Scheduler Tool (Download)

Based on Developing an Optimal Appointment Scheduling for Systems with Rigid Standby Time under pre-Determined Quality of ServiceFlexible Services and Manufacturing Journal (Bendavid, Shnits and Marmor, 2016).

  1. Parallel Servers Appointment Scheduler Tool (Download)

Based on An appointment scheduling policy for healthcare systems with parallel servers and pre-determined service levels Omega (Shnits, Bendavid and Marmor, 2019).

  1. Preference Tool (Download)

Based on Some Metrological Aspects of Preferences Expressed by Prioritization of Alternatives,  Measurement (Vanacore, Marmor and Bashkansky, 2018).

  1. (Two-way ORDANOVA calculator tool (download

Data 1- Accidents – amount out of 1000

Data 2- Pizza Data

Based on “Two-way ORDAVOVA: analyzing ordinal variation of cross-balanced design”. Working paper (Gadrich and Marmor, 2019).

 

 

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