Overcrowding of healthcare facilities and inefficient patient flow affect critical care quality, on-time patient care, and patient satisfaction. In developed countries, the supply and demand gap at the healthcare facilities can often be experienced in emergency care. The difference is amplified in developing countries, where they are burdened by a high volume of patients while coping with limited resources and healthcare professionals (HCPs).
Axtria brought its deep expertise in the patient journey analysis and applied its extensive business rules libraries for preparing and working with patient-level data to developed a robust tool for the clients teams – empowering business users to deep-dive into the analysis in granular detail, and identify additional insights on their own.
Improved interactions on patient flow queries and understand volumes, timing/progression, and outcomes.
Better identification of patient age group impacting choice of treatment.
Improved patient outcomes in terms of time to move across
treatment line & regimen combinations.
Improved patient outcomes in terms of % attaining remission & duration; patients meeting criteria for relapsed/refractory disease, etc.
Read this illustration to know how Axtria engaged with a global leader in innovative oncology therapies in contextualizing the patient flow by specific objectives, identifying specific leverage points & making the patient journey actionable.
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