When running a hospital, you must bear in mind that your patients may die. Then they will frighten your other patients as ghosts until they are caught by the conservator with the ability to catch spirits. In addition, it will damage the reputation of the hospital. Death of your patients may result from two aspects.
The first is the bad diagnosis. If you have too few diagnostic rooms or if the staff in these rooms lacks experience, it may turn out that the certainty of diagnosis is too low. You will then be asked to make a decision about the patient. If you decide that the patient is to be treated, it may turn out that he or she is being treated for a bad disease. This will end in his/her death. Therefore, in this case, it is better not to decide on taking a specific treatment. Instead, place another diagnostic room or simply send the patient home.
The second cause of death is the failure of the therapy. Once the diagnosis has been made, the patient's panel will display the success chance rate of the therapy, as shown in the picture above. It takes into account the complexity of the disease, the experience of the staff and the quality of the equipment on which the treatment will be carried out. The lower the percentage, the greater the chance of a patient dying. Therefore, in order to avoid such situation, you need to evaluate what is the weakest link in the therapy on the basis of indicators. Then take appropriate actions. If the problem is caused by the personnel, send the personnel for appropriate training. You may also change your employees and hire only experienced medical staff to work in your hospital. On the other hand, equipment upgrades and maintenance is also important. Every improvement increases the efficiency of your machines. Upgrades can be unlocked by testing. They are then installed by the technician with the mechanic ability. You must be careful, cause during the maintenance the medical equipment will be temporarily off limits.