Intelligent ‘care traffic control’ for tomorrow’s digital hospital

New value-based payment models are increasingly demanding the integration of care. This means that the traditional ‘hub and spoke’ hospital model will evolve to a more fluid, centrally managed end-to-end care process.

Lumeon helps hospitals and health systems transform their operational workflows to deliver these new models of care and take on greater responsibility across the care continuum.

We connect care teams and support services by integrating existing technology, and deploying techniques to orchestrate, automate and (where appropriate), virtualize care, in order to amplify their reach.

Hospitals use the Lumeon Care Pathway Management (CPM) platform to design and operationalize their own end-to-end workflows (or digital ‘pathways’ as we like to call them). This enables them to create cost-efficient, connected processes and personalized treatment plans, which proactively guide patients to better long-term health.


maximize reimbursement

by taking control of the entire patient experience, guiding patients and care teams along best practice pathways tailored to meet the requirements of every health plan

reduce operational costs

by automating tasks, adapting pathways to proactively manage risk, virtualizing patient outreach, and utilizing your care teams more efficiently

deliver better patient satisfaction 

by customizing and automating care team activities tailored to the needs of patient cohorts as identified and managed by provider population health management platforms

Create your own digital pathways

We’ll show you how to adopt Lean Six Sigma methodology and our pathway technology to create efficient clinical and administrative processes across departments within your hospital and/or across different care settings.

Pathways revolve around a shared, actionable health plan, tracked in real-time. Intelligent automation and protocols lower chance of readmission, deliver maximum patient satisfaction, and make the best use of the resources available.

Outpatient surgery

Using digital care pathways will help your hospital deliver a more efficient and effective process, reducing patient recovery times and ensuring comprehensive patient follow-up. It can also help make better use of your outpatient network capacity.

Just a few of the many possibilities:

Outsourced diagnostic facilities and third-party management

The Lumeon CPM platform enables hospitals and health systems to connect outsourced services into their patient pathways. This means complete visibility of tasks and activities, fluid integration into the overall care process and additional features such as automation for seamless transfer of care.

Just a few of the many possibilities:

Post-acute and follow up

We enable you to design, deploy and operate your digital post-acute pathways across your enterprise and third-party patient support services. Whether your post-acute pathway is a 30-day, 90-day or longer, with Lumeon you can orchestrate the right blend of patient activities to achieve the best results with minimal cost.

Just a few of the many possibilities:


Core capabilities

Care coordination

Our pathway builder allows you to create a single coherent care plan for each patient, facilitating team communication and bringing everyone onto the same page. The pathway dashboard shows the real-time status for all patients, outstanding tasks and next steps.

Risk management

Risk algorithms allow you to alter your pathways based on real-time data supplied by clinicians and patients, that can be auto-scored or however you wish. If scores exceed thresholds you can also auto-escalate cases for review.

Compliance and SLAs

Add SLA timers into tasks that ensure the complex requirements of different health plans and individuals are met at every stage of your pathways. Timers can trigger automated actions or task redistribution before SLAs expire.

Request a demo

If you would like to find out more about Lumeon Care Pathway Manager, please get in touch.

How is care pathway management connecting the dots to enable new models of care?