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SpotOnHealth HealthPathways

What is SpotOnHealth HealthPathways?

SpotOnHealth HealthPathways provides clinicians in the greater Brisbane South catchment with web-based information outlining the assessment, management and referral of over 550 conditions.

It is designed to be used at point of care primarily by general practitioners but is also available to specialists, nurses, allied health and other health professionals.

Login to HealthPathways

Why HealthPathways?

HealthPathways is an initiative from the Canterbury District Health Board in Christchurch, New Zealand, which provides a ‘whole of system’ approach to effective integration of acute and primary health care services. SpotOnHealth HealthPathways boasts a range of benefits including:

  • Best available information on how to assess and manage common clinical conditions, including when and where to refer patients.
  • Easy online access to clinical and patient resources for in-consult use, peer-reviewed and localised to our region.
  • Integrated, concise, and saving you time.

Using HealthPathways

The HealthPathways portal is not designed for patient use, therefore a username and password is only provided to clinicians. However, many of the pathways contain patient information which can be printed off and given to patients at the time of consultation. 

To obtain the user name and password please visit the SpotOnHealth HealthPathways project site and follow the prompts, or email the team at spotonhealth@health.qld.gov.au.

SpotOnHealth HealthPathways is an initiative of Metro South Health and Brisbane South PHN, in partnership with Mater Health Services and Children’s Health Queensland.

Last updated 3 November 2020
Last reviewed 8 June 2016