Imagine you’re in charge of an emergency room.
Your staff needs a way to automate the unpredictable process of screening, treating, and discharging patients who enter your doors. Each case is different. Some steps need to happen in order, some depend on expert input or the situation, and others could be performed at any time. You need a dynamic process.
Let’s break the example down:
A nurse starts a new patient by entering name information in a form.
A nurse performs screening for the patient.
A doctor diagnoses and treats the patient. If needed, the patient goes to surgery.
A nurse discharges the patient.
Start here by working through basics and then adding to your dynamic process application.
Learn how to use a dynamic process in a structured process and vice versa. See Mix and match processes.