As an important component in health and social care systems, HealthPathways has been the subject of a number of case studies and research papers, and many more include reference to HealthPathways.
Below is a selection of these case studies and research papers, they have been grouped by the impact HealthPathways has had on the health systems involved. For a full list of the research studies please review our Publication Database, or contact us to discuss how HealthPathways could benefit your health system.
HealthPathways implementation on type 2 diabetes: A programmatic evaluation (HIT2evaluation), 2019
Management of postmenopausal bleeding by general practitioners in a community setting: an observational study, 2016
A regional programme to improve skin cancer management, 2016
The development of a community-based spirometry service in the Canterbury region of New Zealand: observations on new service delivery, 2015
Implementing HealthPathways across QLD, 2019
Implementing HealthPathways across Queensland, 2019
Addition of explicit guidance to acute pancreatitis guidelines increases compliance with amylase measurement recommendations, 2019
Development and outcomes of a primary care-based sleep assessment service in Canterbury, New Zealand, 2017
A regional programme to improve skin cancer management, 2015
Investigation of the impact of HealthPathways in reducing variations in care in general practice: Final evaluation report, 2019
HealthPathways improving access to care, 2019
Is HealthPathways effective? An online Survey of hospital clinicians, general practitioners and practice nurses, 2015
Reducing hospital admissions for COPD: perspectives following the Christchurch Earthquake, 2018
Impact of integrated health system changes, accelerated due to an earthquake, on emergency department attendances and acute admissions: a Bayesian change-point analysis, 2016
Case Study – Improving Patient Flow from Gynaecology Services to Whole-of-System, 2016
If you are conducting research that involves HealthPathways, or would like to learn more about research involving HealthPathways please contact our Research and Evaulation Manager - Simon Parsons on +64 3 595 1318 or firstname.lastname@example.org.