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From service delivery, logistics, to resource allocation problems, medical staffs deal with many kinds of problems all the time. But with the help of a flowchart, failures, defects, and customer complaints can dramatically reduce, if not eliminated. So, start using a flowchart today for your hospital or medical center. Good news! Our website offers an array of Ready-Made Medical Flowchart Templates in Apple Pages, so you don't have to make one from scratch. They're editable and fully customizable for your convenience. They also come in A3, A4, and Letter sizes. So, what are you waiting for? Download a template now to get the job done right!
How To Make A Medical Flowchart Templates in Apple Pages
According to a 2018 survey conducted by the American Hospital Association, there were a total of 924,107 hospital staffed beds and 36,353,946 admissions in all the hospitals in the United States. These numbers show how many patients medical staff deal with every day. Including everyday problems with treating patients, service delivery, logistics, maintenance, resource allocation, management, and people. In order to resolve these problems, you need a process flowchart that can clearly show the flow of services within your hospital or medical center. It's a simple but effective tool used by many to eliminate failures and customer complaints.
Are you using a Mac? Follow our guide below on how you can create a medical flowchart in Apple Pages.
1. Define the Process
First of all, you need to define the process presented in the flow chart. Are you trying to create a workflow diagram for your laboratory appointment process? A process flow diagram for your patient registration? Or a flowchart for the medical billing process?
2. Determine the Parties Involved
Next, determine and get the names of all the individuals, groups, and departments involved in the process. To make sure that your data is correct, look through your documents, so you don't misspell the names of people involved or input the wrong person or department.
3. Work with the Steps
After you've identified the parties involved, it's time to create the steps. Think of the steps sequentially, so you can easily identify missing steps along the way. Keep your words short and simple. Also, make sure you do this together with the manager or head assigned to the process so that you can come up with a better process flow. As they always say, "Two heads brainstorming is better than one." In addition, list the steps down in chronological order, so it's easier to supply the steps on the chart later on.
4. Construct the Flowchart
Finally, it's time to construct the flowchart. Layout the text box in sequential order and put an arrow in between to connect the text boxes and provide a clear process flow. Continue doing this until all the steps are placed in their respective text boxes and position. Once your flowchart is formed, you may now fill in the text boxes with color. As for the font, use a simple font style and make it bold, so it's readable. But if you wish to avoid the dreading process of making one from scratch, use a ready-made template from our array of Basic Chart Templates. They're instantly downloadable, print-ready, and 100% customizable in Apple Pages.
5. Review and Validate Its Accuracy
Are you done making the chart? If yes, then go over your work and look for spelling errors and other mistakes. Also, have this checked by others who work directly with the process to validate its accuracy. Once you're satisfied with the final outcome, save and download your work. Now, go ahead and print this, so you can post it on the medical office for everyone to see and implement it right away.