Streamline patient pathways with Bleepa®

Connecting care settings

Bleepa® connects care settings and streamlines patient pathways to drive better, safer clinical decisions that improve outcomes for patients.

By linking different clinical systems together into a seamless view of the patient, we enable clinical teams to refer patients, share and review patient data and discuss cases collaboratively across care settings for better, faster, more cost-effective delivery of patient care.

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Monitoring against national targets

We lift data out of different and siloed healthcare IT systems and provide visibility of the status of patients and where they are in their care journey at any stage. Our simple, dashboard view provides clear monitoring against faster diagnosis and other national targets to prioritise patients and speed up care.

Bleepa® uses labels, linked to pathway stages, to track the patient’s progress along care journeys, highlighting to local and regional stakeholders when patients are likely to breach stages of the care pathway, allowing early intervention to reduce breaches and ensuring optimum care is delivered.

Reducing wait times

Our diagnostic capabilities facilitate end-to-end pathways that are straight to diagnostics from the GP referral, which cuts outpatient requirements by as much as 88%, saving around £295 per patient.  Enabling greater care coordination between primary and secondary care, with asynchronous multi-disciplinary team working (MDT), reduces wait times by 63% compared to the 18-week referral to treatment time for a patient management plan without requiring extra staff.

Our pathway model turns diagnostic results from community diagnostic centres into decisions for patients and can help to reduce elective waitlists, cancer wait times and deliver against the faster diagnosis standard.

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Accelerated discharge

Clinical collaboration through the platform also connects across acute and community providers allowing discharge coordination and accelerated discharge/reduced length of stay, including the facilitation of virtual wards and care plan MDTs for local authority sign off.

Integrated care systems can deliver mutual-aid programmes by enabling a regional pool of clinical specialists that can input into cases.