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Open Medical introduces new digital solution for cancer care management

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Open Medical has announced the launch of its novel digital cancer management system, Pathpoint Oncology.

Pathpoint Oncology is a modern, cloud-based cancer management software solution designed to streamline clinical and operational cancer workflows, including comprehensive MDT coordination, and provide a comprehensive database for cancer reporting.

It is a future-proof solution that will scale and adapt as clinical services evolve.

Key Benefits 

  • Visibility of the Entire Patient Journey
  • Optimised MDT Coordination
  • Automated Administrative Operations
  • Easy Access to Real-Time Data Anytime, Anywhere
  • Patient Engagement for Superior Personalised Care
  • Enhanced Communication and Collaboration
  • Precision and Completeness in Data Collection
  • Attain Performance Targets
  • Seamless Scaling Across Teams and Regions

Key Functionality 

  • Live capture of MDT meeting outcomes
  • Automated communications, letters and prepopulation of lists
  • Integrates with EPRs, e-RS, and LIMS/RIS using open APIs
  • Interhospital and internal referrals from/to any specialty
  • Live cancer PTLs with dynamic filters and breach alerts
  • Patient screening questionnaires, remote monitoring, and holistic needs assessment
  • Track all cancer-related activities in real-time
  • Live on-system database and export functionality
  • Full compliant with SNOMED-CT, COSD, CWT, and all national standards

Harry Lykostratis, CEO and Founder of Open Medical, said: “We’re incredibly excited to introduce Pathpoint Oncology, our latest software solution designed to address the critical gaps in cancer operations.

“We recognised that a major challenge in cancer services is the limited tools to support cancer and MDT workflows as well as tracking and data collection, a critical aspect that has seen little innovation over the past decade.

“With Pathpoint Oncology, we offer a platform that helps oncology teams monitor, track, and document patient activities more efficiently.

“It not only streamlines operations on the ground, but it also serves national expectations by bridging the gap between local needs and larger healthcare system requirements.

“We’re exceptionally proud of this leap forward, and we believe it will provide significant relief to cancer care delivery.”

Head over to www.openmedical.co.uk/oncology for more information. 

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