Decision management in healthcare and its relations to BPM is very interesting topic. There are at least two aspects complicating timely and precise decisions in medical field. First, it is objective complexity of medicine making it immensely difficult to deduce right decisions from available facts. Secondly, dispersed information and insufficient awareness of medical professional about concrete patient impede correct diagnostics and treatment. While the first part of the problem merely relates to artificial intelligence and unlikely to be resolved fast, the second aspect is much more plausible to application of modern BPM technologies. Close integration of versatile concurrent workflows associated with any patient through intelligent process orchestration based on singular case aggregation could radically improve decision base for all health professionals and elevate quality of medical decisions to higher professional standards.