map of medicine the pathway to improved care

Map of Medicine gives you the power to improve decision making and referral quality at the point of care.

Created by medical professionals for medical professionals, we use the latest clinical evidence to provide you with guidance that is accurate, locally relevant, and endorsed by the world’s leading medical bodies.

Map Pathways

Providing a high-quality starting point for clinical transformation, Map Pathways saves your health organisation weeks – or even months – of research, analysis and deployment.

  • Reduces time and money spent on pathway creation
  • Increases quality of care and reduces cost per admission
  • Regularly updated to reflect latest clinical evidence
  • Easily customised to fit your local protocols
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Map Referrals

Standardising the referral system across your health organisation, Map Referrals makes it easy for your team to ensure patients are seen in the right place, first time.

  • Reduces inappropriate referrals and improves the patient experience
  • Integrates seamlessly with your existing clinical workflow
  • Access referral data through EMIS Web, SystmOne or Vision
  • Enables commissioners to satisfy targets by standardising referrals
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Map QuickStart

To optimise the value of Map Pathways, Map Referrals, or both, QuickStart provides you with the option of a professional management service.

  • Gets your new care pathway programme working faster
  • Maximises quality of patient outcomes
  • Ensures effective use across all your various teams
  • Simplifies adherence to local protocols
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Latest news

Two newly developed evidence-based pathways

12 Aug 14 UK

Allergic rhinitis affects over 20% and chronic rhinosinusitis 10%, respectively, of the UK population. With patients’ symptoms adversely affecting their work, home and social life, Map of Medicine has developed two evidence-based pathways, Allergic rhinitis and Rhinosinusitis, which can be adapted for local use.

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