FlowChartQuiz - IOE 481 Flowcharting Exercise U-M Emergency...

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IOE 481 Flowcharting Exercise U-M Emergency Department Patient Intake Process Create a flow chart of the following process. Turn in two copies of your flow chart at the beginning of class- one on white paper and one on an overhead transparency. The University of Michigan Emergency Department (ED) is a Level 1 trauma center that sees approximately 70,000 patients per year. The ED consists of the following four distinct treatment areas: The Main ED, which sees the majority of the adult patients and some pediatric patients and is open 24 hours, 7 days a week; Children’s Emergency Services (CES) which sees only pediatric patients and is open from 11am – 1am daily; Minor Emergency Care Area (MECA) where patients are treated for minor conditions (e.g., sprained ankle). MECA is open from 5pm to 1am daily. Michigan Emergency Department Patient Assessment and Treatment Hub (MEDPATH) where patients with expected long ED stays are treated or patients waiting to be moved to a nursing unit are held until a bed becomes available. Patients are moved to MEDPATH from one of the other 3 treatment areas and do not start their ED visit in the MEDPATH area. MEDPATH and is open 24 hours, 7 days a week. The following is a description of the process that patients arriving to the UM ED undergo. (Actually this description will be slightly simplified compared the actual process.) Please
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2009 for the course IOE 310 taught by Professor Saigal during the Winter '08 term at University of Michigan.

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