Andrea Burattin

Associate Professor
Technical University of Denmark

Process Mining and Clinical Pathways: an application to Breast cancer data in Tuscany

F. Ferre, C. Seghieri, A. Burattin, A. Vandin

In the last decades there has been a significant increase in the use of clinical pathways in developed countries. A clinical pathway is an instrument defining the optimal sequence of clinical interventions, timeframes and expected outcomes for selected homogeneous groups of patients. It can be viewed as an evidence-based standardized treatment process aiming at disseminating among the healthcare professionals the adoption of best-practice clinical standards to improve quality and equity of care while reducing fragmentation, and ultimately costs.

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Extended abstract of PODS4H 2021; Eindhoven, The Netherlads; September 2021.

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