The Pathway to Improved Care

Map of Medicine gives you the power to improve decision making 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, relevant, and endorsed by the world’s leading medical bodies.

Using the Map of Medicine, clinicians have instant access to locally customised pathways, centrally controlled referral forms and clinical information during a consultation. Integrated within the clinical workflow, healthcare professionals have relevant information at their fingertips and can save information directly to the patient’s record.

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  • Transitioning to integrated care through pathways
  • A central repository of evidence-based, local care pathways to help healthcare organisations communicate best practice at the point of care.
  • Select your own suite of pathways and customise them to include your local services and guidance.
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Latest Map Pathways Updates

New and updated pathways: October 2017

October 27th, 2017|0 Comments

This month, 7 pathways have been updated with the latest evidence. Highlights include the following: The ‘Tuberculosis (TB)’ pathway has undergone extensive structural changes to focus on primary care aspects of reducing risk and the diagnosis of TB. Recommendations on the diagnosis and management of TB, monitoring of patients taking [...]

New and updated pathways: July 2017

August 2nd, 2017|0 Comments

This month, 14 pathways have been updated with the latest evidence and 4 pathways have been single noded pending further update. Highlights include the following: The ‘Contraception’ pathway has been updated to incorporate updates to recommendations on drug interactions with hormonal contraceptives and on the use of emergency contraceptives. Recommendations [...]

New and updated pathways: April 2017

April 28th, 2017|0 Comments

This month, 12 pathways have been updated with the latest evidence and 3 pathways have been single noded pending further update. Highlights include the following: The ‘Antenatal care’ pathway has been updated to incorporate guidance on enquiring about emotional wellbeing at all antenatal appointments and additional information on the management [...]