ADI Health


MyPathway is a secure, digital communications channel connecting patients to services, providing them with clarity, control and choice.  MyPathway is browser and app-based, making it user-friendly for both the patient and the clinician.

MyPathway is currently being used to support and monitor patients in musculoskeletal care pathways, chronic pain and young peoples’ mental health services.

MyPathway is helping shape the future of digital health.

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ADI Health has developed a set of digital tools to transform the way services respond to the needs of people and clinicians, allowing them to be in control of self-care. The work undertaken builds on key concepts of co-design and is uniquely interoperable with GP systems using the app. Apps developed by ADI include:


Developed to promote the self-management of persistent pain. It includes a range of features such as tension alerts, relaxation resources, medication tracking and the use of games to support engagement, goal-setting and adherence.

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Developed to help people improve their medications taking so that they can fully benefit from the medications their doctors prescribe for them. Reports suggest that between 30-50% of patients may not take their prescribed medication correctly, with adverse effects on their wellbeing, and cost to the NHS. By downloading the ‘medsminder’ app to their smart phone or tablet, individuals can plan their medications in a way to suit their lifestyle, and record when they take their medicine at the touch of a button.

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StepUp! is a new digital service co-produced with young people and clinicians. It allows young people, supported by professionals and parents to assess their needs, set goals, develop plans and strategies to self-help and measure how their mental health is changing.

The service is designed to integrate with CAMHS pathways and enables improvements identified in local transformation plans to be achieved. Sharing of personal data is controlled and consented by the young person and/or family under the supervision of healthcare professionals. StepUp! uses tested and approved digital services to offer support for key challenges facing young people, including eating disorders, and provides toolkits for parents, carers and teachers.


Commissioning is a key lever in the implementation of technology enabled care, for individuals and statutory sector commissioners.

ADI has unrivalled experience of commissioning health services and enabling the transformation to technology enabled care.

ADI Health has specific and expert understanding of individualised commissioning systems and how concepts of patient held budgets can transform commissioning.


ADI Health worked with the University of Leeds to develop detailed economic and business models for technology enabled care.

Building on concepts developed within the Innovate UK supported work and enhanced through the Digital Health and Care Alliance (DHACA), the approach focusses on how to build innovation with sustainability to transform the business approach.


Making technology work together in health and care settings is key to improving the performance of a complex system.

Working together in networks allows problems to be solved more effectively and makes communication easier between distant teams and professions.

We can help through understanding the obstacles to interoperability stemming from technical and behavioural issues in the health economy and working with you to overcome these barriers.


Measuring the impact of technology in transforming care pathways has been seen as a difficult process.

ADI Health works with the University of Hull as a lead advisor to the NHSE Technology Enabled Care Services development programme for measurement and metrics.  ADI Health is uniquely positioned to work with providers and commissioners on implementing measures to determine the impact of technology enabled care.