Map of Medicine clinical pathways tool withdrawn from sale
The UK-based developers of the Map of Medicine clinical pathways tool have decided to withdraw it from the market, with its referrals and sidebar tools withdrawn from sale on March 31 and its overall pathways map to cease on June 30.
Map of Medicine was originally developed in 2001 by University College London and the Royal Free Hampstead NHS Trust to outline clinical pathways and improve the quality of referrals. It was integrated into UK GP practice management systems Emis and TPP, and was also used in New Zealand and to a lesser extent Australia.
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