Deliver fast, efficient diagnosis using automated care pathways

When patients present with symptoms such as dyspepsia, which require further workup in order to rule out a serious condition, care protocols may appear to be well-defined, but in reality are inconsistently put into practice.

Furthermore, the process of assessment, diagnosis and follow-up is incredibly manually intensive and difficult to coordinate across multiple teams.

Lumeon enables providers to bring speed, efficiency and predictability to these processes by creating their own automated care pathways. Our experts help transform referential clinical guidelines into operationally detailed digital care pathways, managed on the award-winning Lumeon Care Pathway Management (CPM) platform.

The platform interacts with patients and multidisciplinary care teams to coordinate care in real-time, automating routine low-risk tasks, signposting progress and suggesting the best course of action.

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The Lumeon CPM platform assists physicians to make more consistent decisions around how best to assess a patient, based on their initial presenting complaint. This includes whether they require conservative outpatient care, referral for in-patient care, or shared-care with the patient’s primary care provider.

Enhance care coordination between interdisciplinary teams by triggering a digital care plan with a real-time view of patient progress. This includes system-driven care team tasking and referral management, as well as automated patient education and symptom monitoring via SMS or email.

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Whether investigations, such as gastroscopy or angiogram, are being performed within the same hospital setting or outside it, Lumeon can virtually extend the pathway across different teams to allow patient progress to be tracked in real-time against key milestones.

Ensure patients are thoroughly and consistently screened using pathway protocols and timers, while automatically notifying key care professionals of results.

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Follow up

Lumeon can automatically suggest the optimum course of follow-up; whether that’s referral to hospital, PCP or continued care in an outpatient setting.

If patients require specialist care, on-going virtual monitoring is an option, saving time for both patients and clinicians. Risk algorithms can help determine whether an escalation of therapy is required, or whether patient is best supported with virtual review.

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