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Stand Alone Pathways

Stand-alone pathways are the simplest version of clinical pathways and can be used and consulted by healthcare professionals as a study tool, to clarify doubts, and know what they should do in certain critical clinical situations. Also, they can compare their current practices with the recommendations based on the best evidence possible.

There are two different ways to access our pathways:

  • Browse Menu, where we can find:

    • Highlighted Algorithms

    • Recently added and visited algorithms

    • The most popular algorithms

  • Left sidebar - List of all Algorithms available on UpHill, and following the next order of clicks: Clinical Areas - Subclinical Areas - Algorithms

When opening a certain pathway, there are four options, with different functions that can always be consulted.


  • Shows the name and description of the pathology to which this pathway is addressed

    • One or more diagnoses can be present

    • In case there is a suspect of this pathology, this is the pathway that we should go through


  • Gives access to the articles that support this pathway through the link: Open Reference


  • Shows the existing phases of the pathways and in which one we are at the moment of the click

  • Pathways can have all existing phases or just some of them:

    • Diagnosis

    • Treatment

    • Prevention

    • Follow-up

    • Referencing

    • Vaccination

    • Procedures

    • Disease Education

    • Prognosis

  • When clicking on one of the phases, the pathway will, automatically, open in the selected one

    • After clicking on the Treatment phase


  • This feature allows the reset of the pathway, so no matter what step you are on, the pathway will go back to the beginning and you will lose all the path you have conquered up to that point.

All of our clinical pathways have an associated memory, in other words, all the decisions made by HCPs keep stored, and if they want to check which decisions have been made, all they have to do is go through the pathway. Also, if HCPs leave the pathway, when they return to it, it will be where they left off.

In case HCPs made changes to the decisions that already have been made, all the paths disappear after that as if they had clicked on the Restart button.

Details Bar

  • It is on the right side of the clinical pathway

  • Corresponds to recommendations and additional information about the actions/gateways and also includes the bibliographic references that support the recommendations.

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