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Keep a finger on the pulse of your patients' early development

Review your patients' developmental progress since their last visit in seconds and go into a well-child checkup with a plan.

Increase Revenue from your Existing Patients up to $50-75k per Provider by increasing screening reimbursements for the care you’re already providing

Boost screening adherence rates up to 90% by allowing parents take screeners at home rather than during a rushed 15-minute well-child visit

Improve clinical decisions and outcomes with objective, longitudinal biomarkers and video-based data on a continuous basis, similar to height & weight percentiles

Unlock 3x More Reimbursements through screenings for Development, Social Determinants of Health, Postpartum Depression and Adverse Childhood Experiences

Save providers 2-3 hours per week through seamless EHR integration and executive summaries for chart notes, unlocking more time to spend with patients.

Improve Parent Satisfaction by reducing the identification of developmental delays from 2 years to just 2 weeks.  

Every child I come across, I should have seen earlier. I can see Pathfinder getting us there.
— EIS Provider

The app could potentially be a breakthrough with how we monitor infants-children.

— Michael H.T. Sia, MD, MPH, FAAP

Pathfinder revolutionizes the way clinicians assess progress and recommend interventions.
— Elizabeth Perkins, MD FAAP

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The current system is broken.

The average age of diagnosis is over 5 years for conditions that can be detected before a child turns 2.

This means most children receive treatments after  the critical early intervention window when most of the major brain structures are mature, and it becomes more difficult (and more expensive) to make significant changes. 

It’s easy to notice things babies do that are unusual. It’s harder to notice things that are missing.

 

— Dr. Turner-Brown

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20% of U.S. kids have developmental disorders (including autism).

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Only 17% of children receive standardized developmental screening

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Only 3% get early intervention.

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of all US counties lack any autism diagnostic resources.

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children don't get the developmental care they need each year.

Pathfinder has you covered

Using Pathfinder, you can instantly access SWYC and M-CHAT clinical screening results, milestones, and data (notes, photos, and videos) uploaded directly by parents and daycare. You can understand more about a child's development in just 30 seconds than you could from a 30-min appointment. 

App for Parents 

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Physicians' Dashboard

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Uncover the blind spots

Get a longitudinal development summary through Pathfinder clinical dashboards and interval history; including, video records of the child achieving milestones or displaying concerns.

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Increase the Screening rates 

Pathfinder users have over 85% adherence to AAP screening guidelines.

Assess and diagnose patients faster, reduce wait-times and improve developmental trajectory.

Built for pediatricians, 
by pediatricians

Paul Patterson, MD, FAAP

Co-Founder & CMO

In addition to his role at Pathfinder, Paul is a board-certified Pediatrician and expert in Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. In this capacity, he works with families of children with a variety of neurodevelopmental disabilities and mental health disorders, including cerebral palsy, autism, genetic syndromes, ADHD, anxiety, and depression.

As a parent of a child with developmental delays, Paul is particularly passionate about empowering parents and advocating for their children. As one of only 800 developmental-behavioral pediatricians in the country, he is uniquely positioned to help those who are struggling the most. 

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Reba Troxler

Developmental psychologist with a background in child development and education research.

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Kavita Naik Cherry

Board-certified occupational therapist and clinical expert in pediatrics.

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Emily Tower

Board-certified physical therapist and clinical expert in developmental pediatrics.

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Sanjana Jayaram

Board-certified speech language pathologist with clinical experience in pediatrics.

How it works

What Parents Say

"I noticed my daughter was favoring one side of her body. Pathfinder gave me the confidence and language to use with my pediatrician to voice my concern."

— Leah G.

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Empowering parents. Enabling physicians. Ensuring better outcomes.

Pathfinder Health app is a starting point towards helping children receive the developmental support they may need. It revolutionizes the way clinicians assess progress and recommend interventions.

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Better quality of the visit and care.

  • An interval history. The information about a child’s development is only a click away: completed milestones, screening results, daily behavior & mood, parents and daycare notes/concerns. In 30 seconds you will learn about your patient development more than in a 30-min visit.
     

  • Data-driven discussions & intervention. Once data is reviewed, you can go into the visit with the plan. Accurate, up-to-date, and thorough information naturally leads to a higher quality of care, from better diagnoses to reduced errors.
     

  • Missed milestones alerts can help you keep track of each patient's developmental health and intervene immediately via a built-in telehealth module.
     

  • Making health care more affordable in rural areas. Instead of having to travel long distances, parents can consult with you via Pathfinder mobile app.

More productive and efficient clinical life

  • Immediate practice integration. Simple implementation and effortless integration into your medical routine. All you need to do is to register and add your patients.
     

  • Increased productivity & efficiency. Speed up office visits without sacrificing a patient-centered approach by having all the information in the palm of your hand. Reduce miscommunication with parents and paperwork.
     

  • Better clinical decision-making by getting patient longitudinal information from multiple sources: parents, grandparents, nanny, and daycare.
     

  • Don't have training in dev delay? 50% of children are seen by family doctors, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants. Pathfinder allows all clinicians adherence to the best evidence-based practices and AAP/CDC screening guidelines.

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More successful medical practice

  • Patient satisfaction. An efficient practice not only saves time and money but can also bring in more referrals.


- Reduce wait times and the overall time patients spend in your office. Parents are busy people, too. Importantly, shorter office visits also reduce patients’ exposure to illnesses carried by other patients, like COVID-19.
- Show your patients you have their children's best interests in mind. Reaching major milestones at the right age is the most common concern for the majority of new moms.
- Help lower potential health care costs. Intervention is more effective and less costly when developmental delays are identified earlier in life rather than later.

 

  • Increased productivity & efficiency. Time savings with well-organized information will help your practice see more patients and generate more revenue.
     

  • Increase in billing. If you're not doing SWYC/M-CHAT clinical screenings, you might be leaving money on the table. Let parents take the screenings at the convenience of their home, so you can do the assessments, code, and bill for these services. Although the fee-for-service payment for screening and assessments may be small ($5 to $60), it can add up to significant income across a patient panel.

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Want to transform the standard of care in pediatrics?

Disclaimer: The information on this site are not designed to and do not provide medical advice, formal autism evaluation, formal developmental evaluation, professional diagnosis, or treatment. The information is NOT intended to replace consultation with your child's pediatrician or a qualified mental health professional.

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