Originally Posted by solomon13000
My comment is that you are making the all too common mistake of modeling the process before modeling the business.
Modeling the business?
Think Entities (Doctors, Patients, Schedules, Facilities, Treatments...)
Think Attributes (Names, Addresses, Dosages....)
Think Relationships (Nurses belong to Hospitals, Doctors may server multiple facilities, Hospitals have many patients, Patients receive many treatments....)
1) Design a Logical Entity Relationship Diagram to describe the business model.
2) Transform the Logical ERD into a Physical ERD and implement it in a database.
3) Create and application to enable the user to navigate and manage the data in the course of their duties.
This is data-centric development, and is much more robust than starting with Use Cases and Wireframes.