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Dimitrios ANDRITSOS

Associate Professor

Information Systems and Operations Management

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Biography

Dimitrios (Dimitris) Andritsos is an associate professor of Information Systems and Operations Management at HEC Paris. He holds a Ph.D. in Management from the UCLA Anderson School of Management, a Masters degree in Supply Chain Management from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Masters degree in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University.
 
His research relies on data-analytic techniques to explore two broad themes: i) The operational implications of health policy design and ii) How process design can be a driver for efficiency and innovation in healthcare delivery. Dimitris has published his work in leading management journals and has received recognition at various academic conferences abroad. He regularly collaborates with academic medical centers in Europe and the US on improving the efficiency of different aspects of care delivery. Prior to receiving his Ph.D., Dimitris worked as a consultant in supply-chain redesign projects in the telecommunications and specialty chemicals industries.
 
Dimitris teaches various courses on services and operations management at the pre-experience, full-time MBA and executive MBA levels.

Scientific articles

Incentive programs for reducing readmissions when patient care is co-produced

Production and Operations Management, June 2018, vol. 27, n° 6, pp 999-1020, (in coll. with C. S. TANG)

Scheduling non-operating room anesthesia cases in endoscopy: using the sandbox analogy

Journal of Clinical Anesthesia, aout 2017, vol. 40, pp 1-6, (in coll. with M. TSAI, L. CIPRI, S. O’DONNELL, M. FISHER)

The operational impact of an acute care surgical service on operating room metrics

Perioperative Care and Operating Room Management, September 2017, vol. 8, pp 38-41, (in coll. with A. N. PAINE, J. R. FITZGERALD, M. C. NOROTSKY, A. K. MALHOTRA, M. H. TSAI)

Competition and The Operational Performance of Hospitals: The Role of Hospital Objectives

Production and Operations Management, November 2015, vol. 24, n° 11, pp 1812–1832, (in coll. with S. AFLAKI)

Introducing competition in healthcare services: the role of private care and increased patient mobility

European Journal of Operational Research, May 2014, vol. 234, n° 3, pp 898-909, (in coll. with C. S. TANG)

Linking Process Quality and Resource Usage: An Empirical Analysis

Production and Operations Management, December 2014, vol. 23, n° 12, pp 2163-2177, (in coll. with C. TANG)

The Impact of Cross-Border Patient Movement on the Delivery of Healthcare Services

International Journal of Production Economics, October 2013, vol. 145, n° 2, pp 702-712, (in coll. with C. S. TANG)

Launching New Products through Exclusive Sales Channels

European Journal of Operational Research, July 2010, vol. 204, n° 2, pp 366-375, (in coll. with C. TANG)

Proceedings

AGENT Code: Open Architecture Analysis and Configuration of Research Reactors-Graphic Tools

Proceedings of PHYSOR 2004 "The Physics of Fuel Cycles and Advanced Nuclear Systems: Global Developments" , 2004 , Chicago (T. Jevremovic)

INIE Collaboration between UIUC and Purdue on Virtual Reactor Development

Proceedings of the ANS Winter Meeting "Leadership Towards a Progressive, Integrated Nuclear Community Going Forward Together" , 2004 , Washington (T. Jevremovic, J. Stubbins , R. Uddin, J. Griffith, N. Karancevic)

Method of Characteristics versus Monte Carlo Techniques in Research Reactors Modeling

Proceedings of the 14th Pacific Basin Nuclear Conference , 2004 , Hawaii (K. Retzke, Y. Peng, H. Lee, T. JEVREMOVIC)

Working papers

Scientific articles

Incentive programs for reducing readmissions when patient care is co-produced

Production and Operations Management, June 2018, vol. 27, n° 6, pp 999-1020, (in coll. with C. S. TANG)

Scheduling non-operating room anesthesia cases in endoscopy: using the sandbox analogy

Journal of Clinical Anesthesia, aout 2017, vol. 40, pp 1-6, (in coll. with M. TSAI, L. CIPRI, S. O’DONNELL, M. FISHER)

The operational impact of an acute care surgical service on operating room metrics

Perioperative Care and Operating Room Management, September 2017, vol. 8, pp 38-41, (in coll. with A. N. PAINE, J. R. FITZGERALD, M. C. NOROTSKY, A. K. MALHOTRA, M. H. TSAI)

Competition and The Operational Performance of Hospitals: The Role of Hospital Objectives

Production and Operations Management, November 2015, vol. 24, n° 11, pp 1812–1832, (in coll. with S. AFLAKI)

Proceedings

AGENT Code: Open Architecture Analysis and Configuration of Research Reactors-Graphic Tools

Proceedings of PHYSOR 2004 "The Physics of Fuel Cycles and Advanced Nuclear Systems: Global Developments" , 2004 , Chicago (T. Jevremovic)

INIE Collaboration between UIUC and Purdue on Virtual Reactor Development

Proceedings of the ANS Winter Meeting "Leadership Towards a Progressive, Integrated Nuclear Community Going Forward Together" , 2004 , Washington (T. Jevremovic, J. Stubbins , R. Uddin, J. Griffith, N. Karancevic)

Method of Characteristics versus Monte Carlo Techniques in Research Reactors Modeling

Proceedings of the 14th Pacific Basin Nuclear Conference , 2004 , Hawaii (K. Retzke, Y. Peng, H. Lee, T. JEVREMOVIC)

Working papers

Education

  • Ph.D. in Management, UCLA, University of California at Los Angeles - USA
  • M.Sc. of Engineering in Logistics, MIT, Massachusetts Institute of Technology - USA
  • M.Sc. in Industrial Engineering, Purdue University, School of Industrial Engineering - USA
  • B.A. in Mining Engineering and Metallurgy, National Technical University of Athens - Greece

Academic appointments

Academic responsabilities at HEC

  • 2016- Associate Professor, Informations Systems and Operations Management HEC Paris
  • 2011-2016 Assistant Professor HEC Paris
  • 2011- Member of GREGHEC (CNRS) HEC Paris

External Academic Responsabilities

  • 2007-2010 Teaching Assistant, UCLA UCLA, University of California at Los Angeles

Scientific Activities

Membership in Academic or Professional Organisation

  • INFORMS, Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, Institute of Industrial Engineers
  • Institute of Industrial Engineers
  • Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals

Editorial activities

  • Ad-hoc reviewer for Production and Operations Management, European Journal of Operational Research

  • Awards & honors

    • 2014 Best paper award of the 2nd Big Data and Analytics in Healthcare Conference for Linking process quality and resource usage: an empirical analysis" forthcoming at POM journal