We created Atlas to help healthcare organisations work with patients from end-to-end, address healthcare issues together, create real momentum and achieve the right outcomes for everyone.
Five respiratory diseases are among the most common causes of severe illness and death worldwide. Cases of asthma have been on the rise for the last 30 years.
Improving outcomes requires a combination of medical, behavioural, social and policy interventions. With such complexity, how do you spot and validate opportunities? Where do you even start?
Your organisation has committed to patient centricity and you need to understand your patient’s world
You need to prove the value of patient centricity for your organisation
You need to create the right product or services for patients that address their needs, wants and behaviours
You need to drive uptake of patient-centric products and services in the marketplace - but not everyone sees their value
You want to assess the state of patient centricity in your organisation
With patients at the heart of the programme, we transformed an outpatient service in a disease area that had shifted from acute to chronic. We saw promising outcome signals at pilot stage:
This remote consultation example provides food for thought but the starting point for patient centricity is to hear from you about your organisation.
Forum of International Respiratory Societies. The Global Impact of Respiratory Disease – Second Edition. Sheffield, European Respiratory Society, 2017
Tapp, .H., Derkowski, .D., Calvert, .M., Welch, .M., & Spencer, .S. (2017). Patient perspectives on engagement in shared decision-making for asthma care. Family Practice, 34(3)