Our services and solutions

Clinical & Patient Pathway Innovations

Our services and solutions

Clinical & Patient Pathway Innovations

Patient Pathway Optimisation provides a systematic approach to mapping a hospital’s existing patient pathway to gain hospital-specific insights. The outputs can be used to develop a tailored patient pathway programme aimed at achieving best practice and desired improvements, as defined by the customer. We also help hospitals to adhere to world-class clinical protocols.

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Delivering care is more complex than ever. Some key challenges that Hospitals and Health Care Providers face within their institutions include:

  • Sub-optimal patient outcomes1
  • Inability to view and collect data2
  • Varied and inefficient patient pathways3
  • Lack of standardization among multidisciplinary teams4
  • Poor experience and satisfaction for both healthcare professionals and patients5
  • Poor hospital reputation6
  • Lack of digital and technological capabilities7

We aim to improve patient pathways and experiences throughout the entire patient journey 

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How can we help?

Our Patient Pathway capabilities can help by providing tailored solutions that address these challenges. Our programs focus on three elements – services, disease specific content, and technology

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Services

Services that can evaluate and improve your current pathway, for example Lean management, change management, and skills transfer

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Disease specific content

Support with healthcare professional and patient education including enhanced recovery clinical protocols

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Technology

World-class technology that provides data and insights as well as allows digital patient engagement

References

  1. Next steps on the NHS Five Year Forward View, 2017. [accessed October 2020].
  2. Dixon-Woods M, McNicol, S, Martin, G. Ten challenges in improving quality in healthcare: lessons from the Health Foundation’s programme evaluations and relevant literature. BMJ Quality and Safety (2012). [accessed October 2020].
  3. Lord Carter, 2016. Operational productivity and performance in English NHS acute hospitals: Unwarranted variations. [accessed October 2020].
  4. Lord Carter, 2016. Operational productivity and performance in English NHS acute hospitals: Unwarranted variations. [accessed October 2020].
  5. Lord Carter, 2016. Operational productivity and performance in English NHS acute hospitals: Unwarranted variations. [accessed October 2020].
  6. Rebuilding trust at Stafford hospital, 2013. [accessed October 2020].
  7. PwC, 2016. Hospital chains: Their role in the future of the NHS. [accessed October 2020].

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