This is what I am talking about. We have some providers that order a head CT, IV fluids and IV meds (migraine cocktail) for every HA pt. Management seems to think it is a nursing problem when it is more complex than that. They keep trying different "systems" in order to speed up the process with no real results. Their current 'solution' is to have a zone for these pts whereas the pt is pulled to a room, triaged (if needed, we also triage up front), provider sees, orders in, orders and meds carried out and then pt back to lobby to await results. It sounds do-able but it is often not the case. Pts are coming back 3, 4, 5+ at a time and we (providers and nursing) can't keep up the flow. Or they are more complex than their CC made it seem. Or not appropriate to send back to lobby ect ect. Next thing you know we have 1/2 the zone filled/clogged. It just feels like an assembly line. Do other places do it this way too?