Clinical Pathways

Standardising care processes to enable personalised, patient-centred care

There is an increasingdemand for EHRs to incorporate clinical decision support systems, which guide the clinician in their daily practice and allow them to follow the recommendations, guides and protocols defined autonomously by the health organization. All this under a model based on the improvement of health outcomes, where the patient’s experience (patient journey, PREM, PROM) takes on special relevance.

Clinical-decision support tools, which are based on evidence and standardised healthcare processes, are aimed at certain conditions and procedures. They enablemultidisciplinary and patient-centred care management throughout the continuum of care.

Dedalus Clinical Pathways, powered by Open Health Connect Workbench, enables predictable, optimised workflows to support and manage programs of care and chronic conditions. Through the array of best practice clinical guidelines and document workflows the Clinical Pathway solution will support a standardised care model based on outcomes and quality of care. This can be implemented , both within a hospital setting and across an entire community if required., . Clinical Pathways help to improve outcomes, reduce administration costs and respond to the teaching and research needs that modern health organizations require.

Key Benefits

  • Improve health outcomes
  • Reduce variability, designing and managing clinical pathways and care delivery models across the care continuum.
  • Increase coordination and collaboration, allowing the entire team to view and manage a patients care.
  • Care processes standardization, within and across organisations, while allowing clinical flexibility at the point of care.
  • Costs optimization, reducing hospital admissions, readmissions and missed appointments, as care is streamlined and gaps in care tracked.

Key features

  • Standardisation of care processes, allows the definition of the set of interventions or activities to be performed for a pathology or clinical procedure.
  • Temporality, establishes the optimal sequence of activities to be carried out, guiding the professional in the activities to be carried out at all times or at each visit.
  • Multidisciplinary, includes the participation and coordination of the different professional roles involved, and clearly defines the activities that are the responsibility of each professional.
  • Support for clinical evidence, incorporating the clinical guidelines developed in the organization
  • Integrable and interoperable. EHR / EMR Agnostic

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