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PATHMAKER project: Implementing fast and optimal automated patient pathways

Hospital empty corridor
PATHMAKER project: Implementing fast and optimal automated patient pathways

Waiting lists have surpassed all records to date. Even though the pandemic is much more under control, hospitals now have to change track from COVID care/vaccination mode to achieve maximum care capacity, despite having exhausted staff.

Professionals and specialised companies need significant time and effort to plan elective care backlog and to establish new care pathways when improvement is needed, or eventualities occur in a context of constant increase of healthcare demand and limited budgets.

PATHMAKER project aims to design a tool that will enable the fast deployment of real time patient flow projects, which are very important to have an optimal management of any healthcare process/area (i.e. surgical process, emergency department, etc.) and patient pathways. Currently, deploying these kinds of solutions take few months of co-design work with the hospital, which limits the scale-up potential. The company leading the project, MYSPHERA, is determined to reduce the effort and time significantly by implementing an Artificial Intelligence-Powered Assistive Design Internet of Things Pathway Platform that will streamline the design, tailor and deploy optimal pathways, for any hospital, unit, and in a much shorter time seen to date.

Before their selection for EIC Accelerator, the company received funding through EIC Accelerator’s predecessor, SME Instrument Phase 2, OR4.0 Project.

Pathmaker project