Pathfinder - comprehensive analysis of patient demand and practice activity

We appreciate that choice can be daunting. Our pathfinder process is designed to help you interrogate the detail of your practice and explore efficiencies and savings that could be made.

Our Pathfinder process can be completed in two to three weeks, with minimal effort for you.

We provide comprehensive analysis of your operational activity, benchmarked against national data. Our experienced consultants provide detailed feedback and help you explore myths and opinions. This process compares capacity with demand and informs choice for you and the practice team.

6 Simple Steps to Success

Benefits: Understand demand, capacity, service quality and efficiency using our sophisticated analysis of qualitative and quantitative measures.

Explore the potential for change, and understand the effects of askmyGP in your practice.

Step 1

Select a lead to ensure all take part. Partners and Managers reflect on their vision for the practice. All staff consider patient service, their job now and how they want it to be.

Step 2

Your IT admin will take half an hour to upload two years of anonymous data from your system.

Step 3

Your Practice Manager will spend 20 minutes completing a typical week's clinician rota.

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Step 4

askmyGP do the rest, within one to two weeks from receipt of order

Step 5

We create a complete picture of your operations, distil your views, and show how things could be different. You'll understand your demand, capacity, service and efficiency through our GP Navigator suite.

Step 6

We visit your site, report back to your partners, and you keep all the results to play with. The goal is consensus on change, and if you reach it, you've done the hardest part.

Next Steps

View Evidence

With over 200 practices using our model across the UK, we have experience in a diverse range of surgeries. Have a look at our Success Stories to see how they have transformed their way of working.

Dr Maz Sangha - GP

Dr Maz Sangha

GP, St Johns Medical Centre

“Two months into askmyGP, the feedback from the patients has been very positive. To me, that is the most important thing.”

Dr Sue Arnott

GP, North Lanarkshire

“With askmyGP, I’m now able to be a single-hander and respond to all patient requests the same day.”

Dr Barry Sullman

GP, Plaistow, East London

"This is more than a demand management system, it's a system that empowers patients, clinicians and improves the quality of care which I am delivering to patients."

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