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Pathway Orchestration

Quickly, readily, and easily identify the patient population using your system's workflows and clinical protocols and prioritize which patients to see first.​​ Never miss an action in any patient care model.

Consistently following best-practice care protocols has proven to reduce LOS, infections, and readmissions.

Examples of Pathway Orchestration Lenses:

Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS)

Palliative Care

Heart Failure

Pediatric Quality and Safety

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Pathway Orchestration outcomes

Increase in pathway compliance

By providing an accurate and up-to-date view of a patient's progression through and across levels,  Pathway Orchestration improves care coordination between different healthcare providers.


Pathway Compliance

Improve Patient Outcomes

Outlining best practices, from Pre-Op to Intra-OP to Post-Op through discharge, reduces error and enhances communication. Duplicative tests are prevented, surgical complications are reduced, and outcomes are improved.


Situational Awareness

Reduction in surgical complications

By providing a more accurate and up-to-date view of a patient's medical progressions through levels of care,  AI improves patient outcomes by reducing medical errors, preventing duplicative tests, and improving the coordination of care between different healthcare providers


Surgical Complications

How Pathway Orchestration is making an Impact

“As we respond to this unprecedented surge in critically ill children, the Edgility Pediatric Lens is an exceptional instrument for identifying patient conditions and appropriate levels of care. This lens helps providers effectively manage the transition of pediatric patients from ICU to a lower level of care, creating capacity in highly utilized pediatric ICUs.” 

Dr. Steven L. Shein, Chief of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine and the Linsalata Family Chair in Pediatric Critical Care and Emergency Medicine at UH Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital
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