Partnering to deliver Pathway Transformation


At Olympus, we collaborate with both independent and public healthcare providers to improve clinical processes and enhance patient outcomes, while also reducing healthcare costs. We aim to transform pathways by redesigning and improving care efficiency.

Four stages of Pathway Transformation

Assessing current pathways: Understanding the current state.

Redesigning pathways: Based on an assessment, pathways are redesigned to ensure they are patient-centric, efficient, and aligned with evidence-based practices.

Implementing and monitoring changes: Once the redesigned pathway has been implemented, it is important to monitor the impact on patient outcomes, efficiency and cost.

Continual improvement: Pathway transformation is not a one-time event, but a continuous process of improvement.

Capacity and efficiency

By streamlining processes and optimising resource use.

Quality and safety

By standardising care based on evidence, it can improve care quality and safety.

Integration and coordination

It can boost service integration and coordination for seamless, holistic patient care.

Technology adoption

Integrating new technologies into care processes can help the NHS with their digital transformation priority.

Workforce planning and engagement

It can align workforce planning with care pathways, ensuring timely staff availability.

Healthcare Conversations

Joshua Hicks, Health Economics and Market Access Manager, discusses the importance of Pathway Transformation.

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