The patient map tracks the entire journey of a patient during the period of their visit to the clinic. It outlines the major interactions that took place during the pre-visit, visit, and post-visit.
The patient map flow is the use of a visual glow to describe the patient’s medical experience. The map flow shows the stages of care from the awareness of symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, post-treatment, and recovery.
New patients are required to complete the patient registration form before their first consultation. The form can be printed, filled, scanned and submitted via email. Alternatively, the form can be completed online.
Consultation and treatment plan
A doctor’s consultation allows you to discuss your medical history, treatment process, risks, and side effects. The doctor should know when ovulation is expected to start so that medications to stimulate ovulation can be prescribed.
- Cashier for non Thiqa patients
- Submit for insurance approval
A wide range of financial services are provided to ensure that fertility treatment can be undergone. Financial counseling appointments discuss the cost of treatment, treatment approach based on budget, and verify insurance coverage and payment plans.
Sperm analysis is carried out for male patients that want to use their own sperm. IVF requires sperm of high quality, so the analysis takes a look at the sperm count, morphology (shape), and mobility (movement).
Baseline blood work/ Ultrasound/ Ovarian stimulation
An initial medical assessment is carried out to properly examine the fertility potential. After that, injections and medications are given to boost egg production.
In the stimulation stage, medications are injected for 8–14 days so the ovaries are induced to produce many eggs. It might take longer if the follicles mature slowly
Schedule for procedure:
2 weeks after ET (1 day result)
Progesterone injections can be prescribed to help the body maintain the best hormone levels that will support pregnancy. A blood test is carried out to check for pregnancy after 12–14 days following embryo transfer.
Counseling (negative result)
If the treatment is not successful, a doctor will discuss what went wrong, changes to be made, odds of success, additional tests required, risks, e.t.c.
Follow-up (positive result)
After a positive test, the doctor will continue to monitor the hormone levels. Additional blood work and an ultrasound would be recommended to ensure that the pregnancy progresses normally.