PATHMOS Healthcare consulting specializes in services that create solutions. Our proprietary healthcare model focuses on problem solving within the sub Saharan healthcare environment. We create value and monetization opportunities in areas within both the primary and secondary health care structure where our competitors are generally unwilling, unable, or incapable of operating in. At PATHMOS, we provide clinical management services focusing on key areas of patient access, quality of care, profitability, efficient delivery, and Information Technology.
PATHMOS provides capacities-building to our healthcare clients that enable them acquire the skills necessary to provide convenient, and comprehensive medical care backed by the latest scientific evidence.
We work with experienced engineers to design clinics that are functionally superior and "Medical Homes" for patients and their families when they need care. With a belief that “Health is Wealth,” our models create value for our clients as well as improved health care and access for our client’s constituency.
We provide our clients with deep healthcare domain knowledge, integration of electronic medical records into clinical practices, avant-garde skills in healthcare management that leverages information technology (IT) for operational effectiveness and improved profitability.
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