This case study focuses on one of the largest non-surgical cancer centers in the UK. The center offers radiotherapy, chemotherapy and specialized treatments to a population of more than 1.5 million. Limited capacity meant that a gynecology cancer clinic was unable to maintain its level of follow-up appointments. Alternative ways to deliver efficient and effective follow-up care for patients was needed, while also addressing waste, harm and variation.

Read this case study to learn more about the set-up of the project and how a pathway redesign could help agree on new appropriate pathways for follow-up patients to improve their care.