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Marzia C asked Ryan Clark commented

Patient does not move from triage

Hello,

With the model attached, I have a problem, when the model reaches around 3 am 3/1/2020 of the simulation, I have a patient that is supposed to move from the triage area. But this does not happen and I don't know why. What is the problem?

Thanks in advance.
Arrival Trial_9_autosave.fsm

FlexSim 21.1.1
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Sebastián Cañas answered Ryan Clark commented

Hello @Marzia C ,

The patients weren't moving after 3 am because you were not releasing the Resource "Treatment Bed" once they left the area. I added a Release Location activity at the end of the MDs Initial Assessment Logic

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I also added the same activity in the Fast Track Flow.

arrival-trial-9-autosave-added.fsm

Hope it helps!


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What a silly mistake!! Thank you so much.


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Hi @Marzia C,

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