Inpatient Services

High-quality, High-Value, seamless care

Our inpatient medicine team ensures safe and successful transitions of care for vulnerable high-risk patients, including admissions from emergency department, ICU transfers, and discharges to post-acute care settings.


An aging population with growing healthcare needs

Admitted patients now have twice as many comorbidities than in the past, requiring new models of care and highly skilled hospitalists to manage their complex needs.

At Pathways, we help hospitals manage the cost and complexity of inpatient care and improve the patient outcome and experience.


Rapid improvements in throughput results from systemwide hospitalist program

Pathways hospitalists integrate and collaborate with providers to deliver the highest quality of care.


Hospital Medicine

Our hospital medicine team carefully oversees patients’ care from the time they present through discharge. Pathways’ hospitalist services manage complex needs while reducing admitted length of stay.

Post-Acute Care

Pathways hospitalists extend their care into the community, partnering with Skilled Nursing Facilities and other outpatient and long-term providers to ensure seamless transitions and improved outcomes.

Technology

Pathways is transforming health care in Florida through the use of health information technology. We enable the secure electronic exchange of patient health information among our Participant and Preferred Providers.


Strengthen the patient-provider relationship

Pathways’ programs improve care quality through evidence-based treatment, improved discharge planning, and continuity of care. Our comprehensive approach to inpatient medicine removes administrative burdens from hospitalists and allows them to focus on caring for patients.

By customizing our inpatient medicine program to meet your hospital’s needs, we can help:

  • Streamline the admission process
  • Reduce ED crowding.
  • Improve clinical outcomes.
  • Decrease length of stay.
  • Optimally prepare patients for discharge.
  • Minimize preventable readmissions.
  • Lower costs and increase revenue.
  • Improve both patient and referring provider satisfaction.