Partnership aims to automate care pathways

Wednesday, 06 March, 2024

Partnership aims to automate care pathways

Northern Health has chosen the Datos Health Open Care Platform to assist with care pathway automation.

Northern Health is committed to delivering safe, person-centred and value-based care by redesigning models of care to improve patient outcomes, automating clinical workflows to reduce administrative burden for clinicians and enhancing greater access to care for patients.

The Open Care platform replaces rigid RPM solutions with a comprehensive platform for hybrid care delivery. It also empowers healthcare organisations to customise remote care protocols — clinicians can easily adjust workflows as needed, with changes instantly translated into patient CareApps that deliver automated assisted self-care.

Northern Health will integrate the Open Care platform into its virtual cardiac rehabilitation, back pain, lung cancer, severe asthma and gestational diabetes programs with plans to expand Datos into other programs to support its community’s healthcare needs into the future.

Datos Health will leverage IKAO Health, its Australian-based partner, for its experience implementing localised solutions to meet the unique issues facing healthcare providers and to deliver on-the-ground support and service to Northern Health.

The Datos platform offers flexibility and a seamless user experience for both patients and clinicians. Moreover, its ability to provide real-time data visualisations ensures that clinicians can tailor and personalise care plans. Northern Health is dedicated to advancing health equity within its diverse community, empowering patients to better self-manage their health, monitor and track their progress over time, and access trusted educational resources.

“Northern Health is creating a future where virtual care models enable a healthier community,” said Dr Katharine See, Chief Health Outcomes Officer and Director of Respiratory Medicine at Northern Health.

“We’re a pioneer in implementing digital health solutions that cater to the changing needs of our community. With Datos Health, we’re enabling our healthcare professionals to offer exceptional virtual care options that are not dependent on patients being in hospital. We look forward to working with Datos Health to roll out even more innovative digital health programs that support our community.”

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