Patients with metastatic renal cell carcinoma (RCC) are now living longer due to the availability of novel targeted drug therapies. This requires ongoing management of symptoms and side effects for patients living with RCC, including support programs that deliver person-centered services and improve quality of life. However, financial pressures within the NHS have made many clinics struggle with capacity issues and declining levels of middle grade staff.  

This was the challenge facing a rural NHS Trust when it commissioned Quintiles to conduct a pathway mapping and service redesign project. The project mapped an innovative new pathway for RCC patients at the Trust. Learn more about this bespoke service and how it has enabled the clinic to handle future demand for its RCC service.