Healthcare Management Workflow Diagrams

Huge number of instructions and algorithms for diagnosis, treatment and prevention of various illnesses, ailments, diseases, syndromes, and other disorders, are used in medicine and medical practice. They are compiled and presented in textual form or in graphical using the block diagrams, flowcharts and workflow diagrams. The health and medical flowcharts are widespread in medicine because they are the most comfortable and visual way to display the processes occurring in the human body in a given situation, as well as the sequence of actions of the medical workers to eliminate particular health problems of the patient. The block diagram is the best way to turn a complex medical algorithm in a convenient and transparent scheme, providing speed and ease of understanding by any person. For all its simplicity and clarity, the workflow and block diagrams allow to display the information in a complete form and with any level of detail, even in the case of fairly complex medical algorithms.

The flowcharts and workflow diagrams of the medical algorithms created by experienced doctors and medical professors, are actively used while training the students, in the process of qualification improvement of practicing doctors, for displaying the medical information in printed press, on websites, at posters and billboards in order to inform a wide audience about different kinds of diseases, prevention methods and protection from them, methods of diagnostics and methodologies of treatment.

Healthcare Management Workflow Diagrams solution included to ConceptDraw Solution Park greatly extends the ConceptDraw PRO software functionality and contains the large set of colorful samples and libraries with predesigned vector pictograms and symbols of health, healthcare equipment, medical instruments, pharmaceutical tools, transport, medication, departments of healthcare organizations, the medical icons of people and human anatomy, as well as the predesigned flowchart objects, connectors and arrows. All these features and functionalities make the Healthcare Management Workflow Diagrams solution the best for designing clear and comprehensive Mediсal Workflow Diagrams and Block Diagrams, Healthcare Management Flowcharts and Infographics, Healthcare Workflow Diagram, for depicting the healthcare workflow and clinical workflows in healthcare, for making the workflow analysis healthcare and healthcare workflow management.


There are 11 stencil libraries containing 297 vector objects and pictograms in the Healthcare Management Workflow Diagrams solution.

Design Elements — Healthcare Departments

Design Elements — Healthcare Departments

Design Elements — Healthcare Equipment

Design Elements — Healthcare Equipment

Design Elements — Healthcare Anatomy

Design Elements — Healthcare Anatomy

Design Elements — Healthcare Medication

Design Elements — Healthcare Medication

Design Elements — Healthcare People

Design Elements — Healthcare People

Design Elements — Healthcare Pictograms

Design Elements — Healthcare Pictograms

Design Elements — Healthcare Tools

Design Elements — Healthcare Tools

Design Elements — Healthcare Transport

Design Elements — Healthcare Transport

Design Elements — Healthcare Flowcharts

Design Elements — Healthcare Flowcharts

Design Elements — Healthcare Arrows

Design Elements — Healthcare Arrows

Design Elements — Healthcare Connectors

Design Elements — Healthcare Connectors

Examples

The samples you see on this page were created in ConceptDraw PRO using the Healthcare Management Workflow Diagrams Solution; they demonstrate a portion of the solution's capabilities and the professional results you can achieve.

All source documents are vector graphic documents. They are available for reviewing, modifying, or converting to a variety of formats (PDF file, MS PowerPoint, MS Visio, and many other graphic formats) from the ConceptDraw Solution Park. The Healthcare Management Workflow Diagrams Solution is available for all ConceptDraw PRO users.

Example 1: Assessment and Treatment Algorithm for Overweight and Obesity

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the combination of libraries from the Healthcare Management Workflow Diagrams Solution. An experienced user spent 15 minutes creating this sample.

This Healthcare Management Workflow Diagram sample illustrates the algorithm of assessment the weight, definition the overweight and the ways of successful treatment the obesity. The diagnostic begins from the patient's encounter, the measurement its weight, height and waist circumference. Based on the received data is calculated the BMI (body mass index) coefficient, which allows to evaluate the degree of conformity of a person's weight and his growth to the norm, and thus to assess whether its weight is insufficient, normal or excessive. If when comparing the resulting ratio with a norm is detected its excess, and thus the obesity or the tendency to obesity, then according to the presented algorithm can be taken the appropriate actions against to this disease. ConceptDraw PRO can be also used for over detailing of this diagram, to depict the algorithms of different diets, dietary guidelines and principles of proper nutrition, to represent the complexes of physical exercises and loads, and to specify other measures on the struggle with obesity.

Assessment and Treatment Algorithm for Overweight and Obesity

Example 2: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation of Newborn Infants

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the combination of libraries from the Healthcare Management Workflow Diagrams Solution. An experienced user spent 20 minutes creating this sample.

The Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is a certain algorithm of actions for recovery or temporary replacement of lost or substantially impaired heart function and breathing. A significant percent of disturbance of the cardio-pulmonary activity is observed at newborns after the birth and requires the immediate holding of cardiopulmonary resuscitation, especially if the weight of a newborn is less than 1,5 kg. The most common causes of this pathology in newborns are the birth trauma, asphyxia, hemorrhagic shock, congenital diseases of vital organs, and even the side effects of medication therapy. However, the timely and qualified resuscitation actions allow to preserve the child's life and greatly reduce the risk of developing the severe complications. This diagram represents in details the scheme of realization of Cardiopulmonary resuscitation of newborn infants in accordance with recommendations of European Resuscitation Council. It depicts the procedure to be taken in first seconds after the birth and emergency actions at a heart rate less than 100 and less than 60.

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation of Newborn Infants

Example 3: Emergency Medical Responder Process Flow

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the combination of libraries from the Healthcare Management Workflow Diagrams Solution. An experienced user spent 20 minutes creating this sample.

The Emergency Medical Responders (EMRs) are the people, successfully trained and certified to provide the emergency medical care, which possess by the special skills and knowledge to react quickly and to perform the immediate lifesaving interventions in any circumstances. The Emergency Medical Responders are an integral part of the comprehensive reaction of Emergency Medical Services (EMS). These can be the firefighters, police officers, and other people specialized and certified in EMT, which can realize the qualitative and accurate pre hospital medical help in cases of the accidents or disasters, with acting in accordance with a common systemic approach for any scene and any patient. This Healthcare process flow diagram sample is dedicated to the actions and the instructions for an emergency medical responder, and depicts the unified protocol for Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) that is need to be obligatory adhered to bring only the favor and to avoid any negative consequences.

Emergency Medical Responder Process Flow

Example 4: Laboratory Information System within the Hospital

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the combination of libraries from the Healthcare Management Workflow Diagrams Solution. An experienced user spent 10 minutes creating this sample.

This Healthcare Management Workflow Diagram illustrates in details the logical connections to and from the Laboratory Information System within the hospital. A laboratory information system (LIS) is a software-based laboratory and information management system with extensive functionality, which includes a lot of features supporting a modern laboratory's operations, management of the laboratory workflows and documents. The main purpose of the laboratory information system is to obtain the accurate information on the test results and to optimize the management of this information with purpose of its use for making the correct timely management decisions. It lets to optimize the collection, analysis, return and reporting of the laboratory data, workflow and data tracking support, flexible architecture, and data exchange interfaces. Initially developed as a tool for tracking the enterprise resource planning, data management, data mining, and data analysis, it is now widespread and used to manage the multiple aspects of the laboratory informatics.

Laboratory Information System within the Hospital

Example 5: Plasma Donation Compatibility Path

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the combination of libraries from the Healthcare Management Workflow Diagrams Solution. An experienced user spent 5 minutes creating this sample.

This Health diagram sample illustrates the compatibility path during plasma donation. The agglutination of erythrocytes at the plasma transfusion occurs when the donor's plasma contains the antibodies to antigens of recipient's erythrocytes. So, at the human plasma cannot be the antibodies to antigens on own erythrocytes, else they will agglutinate, but obligatory are contained the antibodies to antigens which are no at own erythrocytes. The plasma of donor with blood group IV(AB) contains the antigens A and B of erythrocytes, and has no antibodies to both antigens A and B, so it can be transfused to recipients of any blood group; at the donor's plasma with blood group II(A) are the antigens A and antibodies to antigens B; at donor's plasma of blood group III(B) are the antigens B and antibodies to antigens A; and the donor's plasma with blood group I(O) contains the antibodies to antigens A and B, and both antigens are absent, thus it cannot be transfused to recipients with groups II(A), III(B) and IV(AB), and can be transfused only to recipients with group I(0).

Plasma Donation Compatibility Path

Example 6: Possible Cultural Influences on Adherence with Medicine Taking

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the combination of libraries from the Healthcare Management Workflow Diagrams Solution. An experienced user spent 10 minutes creating this sample.

The health is the main value at any person's life. It is much more than just the absence of illnesses or physical defects, the health is a state of entire physical, mental and social well-being. It is an invaluable asset not only of each person but also the society as a whole. The society and culture in their turn have a strong impact on the human health and on the adherence with medical requirements, recommendations and medicine taking. This Healthcare workflow diagram is dedicated to the question of possible cultural influences in a field of health care, the compliance with prescribed treatment regimen and treatment prescriptions. In the questions of health and treatment, it is important to trust your doctor, to assist it to make the correct diagnosis and construct the scheme of treatment, to understand the disease, its severity and risks, instructions and recommendations, and benefits from their use and adherence.

Possible Cultural Influences on Adherence with Medicine Taking

Example 7: Progression Hepatitis C

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the combination of libraries from the Healthcare Management Workflow Diagrams Solution. An experienced user spent 10 minutes creating this sample.

This Healthcare flowchart shows the possible progression of Hepatitis C virus infection (HCV) with percentage. From the diagram it is evident that the Hepatitis C infection causes in 15% of cases the acute symptoms, such as a loss of appetite, fatigue, nausea, pain in joints or muscles, weight loss, jaundice, and in 85% of cases is developed the chronic infection. After several years, the chronic hepatitis C in 80% of cases leads to the development of liver cirrhosis, which may progress slow in 75% of cases, in the rest leads to multiple negative consequences, among them the portal hypertension, ascites, bruisings or bleedings, varices, jaundice, hepatic encephalopathy, and in 25% of cases the hepatitis C and the liver cirrhosis are the main cause of hepatocellular carcinoma. The probability of developing the liver decompensation increases significantly with the alcohol overuse. ConceptDraw PRO software makes you freely to design also the diagram narrating how to avoid the infection of HCV and hence its negative consequences.

Progression Hepatitis C

Example 8: Stress

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the combination of libraries from the Healthcare Management Workflow Diagrams Solution. An experienced user spent 10 minutes creating this sample.

This Healthcare workflow diagram depicts the model of the stress reaction. The stress activates the functioning of the human body systems, triggers the mechanisms of the hormones’ production at the different human organs, glands and blood vessels. The adrenal glands and hypophysis are the most active during the stress. At the stress and in extreme conditions the first thing occurs the brain' reaction on the factors that caused it. This reaction is accompanied by the sending of nerve impulses to the hypothalamus, which in its turn activates the production of the corticotropin hormone that gets to the bloodstream and is transferred to the adrenal cortex, where is realized the production of cortisol, the rush of adrenaline (A) and noradrenaline (NA). The both hormones adrenaline and noradrenaline are similar on the principles of production and impact on the human. The adrenaline in small concentrations is contained constantly in the body and reaches the large concentrations at the stress. The rush of noradrenaline occurs in response to the stress, as well as to enjoyable events.

Stress

Example 9: The Main Concepts of the Clincal Process within Continuity of Care

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the combination of libraries from the Healthcare Management Workflow Diagrams Solution. An experienced user spent 10 minutes creating this sample.

This sample diagram depicts the main concepts provided as an international standard to support continuity of care and their application to the clinical process. The continuity of care is an organizational principle, which is an important aspect of quality of care over the time and also contributes to safety in health care. It is a process by which the patient and the care team under the guidance of a physician are cooperatively employed in health care management with a common goal of ensuring the high quality and cost-effective medical care. The continuity of care is the main principle and the primary objective of a family medicine, it lets to establish the long-term patient-physician partnership, when the physician excellently knows the patient’s medical history, so can efficiently make decisions according to the patient's health and treatment, and is capable to recognize the possible problems on the earlier stages, while maintaining the patients’ confidence in him.

The Main Concepts of the Clincal Process within Continuity of Care

Example 10: Uric Acid Metabolism

This diagram was created in ConceptDraw PRO using the combination of libraries from the Healthcare Management Workflow Diagrams Solution. An experienced user spent 10 minutes creating this sample.

This Healthcare Workflow Diagram example illustrates the uric acid metabolism. The uric acid is a complex organic heterocyclic compound of carbon, oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen. It is included to the composition of blood, as the end product of the breakdown of purine compounds that form the basis of nucleotides DNA and RNA. After the entering a human body the uric acid dissolves in the blood, is synthesized in the liver and filtered by the kidneys, the excess is excreted with urine. The level of uric acid in a body is determined by the biochemical blood analysis and tells about condition of health. When the uric acid is produced in excessive quantity and there are difficulties with its excretion from the body, it is accumulated above a norm and affects the person's physical condition. The deviations in smaller or larger side of the normal value, depend from the processes of acid formation in the liver and from the time of excretion of uric acid by the kidneys.

Uric Acid Metabolism

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