Pathway Vet Alliance, a national veterinary management group serving pets and their parents in the U.S., will be partnering with Heska Corporation, a point of care diagnostics company for veterinary healthcare providers.
Pathway plans to align its internal diagnostic portfolio with Heska, which can provide in-house operational services like point of care blood diagnostics, digital imaging, allergy testing and more in a fully integrated and streamlined manner within Pathway systems and best practices. The multi-year strategic partnership is expected to improve the workflow efficiency of Pathway’s nationwide network of veterinary hospitals through enhanced technology and medicine, allowing veterinary professionals to better expedite patient care. Heska’s products and services will dovetail into Pathway’s new medical technology rollouts now taking place throughout the country. These new technologies are designed to support improved efficiency and enhance patient care and experience.
“We are constantly looking for ways to enhance the experience of the pet owners and pets who visit our clinics, and this partnership with Heska is a great example of that,” said Stephen Hadley, DVM, chief executive officer at Pathway Vet Alliance. “Together, we expect to incorporate a range of new products and services into our veterinary hospitals, which will minimize wait times and add to our streamlined practice management system.”
“Heska is thrilled to partner with Pathway Vet Alliance in their mission to provide the highest levels of diagnostic accuracy, precision, speed, and ease of use to Pathway teams and their patients,” said Kevin Wilson, chief executive officer at Heska. “Pathway is a respected leader in veterinary medicine and is looked to by the profession for best practices in delivering positive healthcare outcomes. Heska is proud to be selected by Pathway for point of care diagnostics throughout their growing network of hospitals, and we expect Heska, Pathway teams, and, most importantly, pets, to benefit from our partnership.”
The partnership comes at a time of growth for Pathway. In 2017, Pathway added nearly 100 hospitals and over 800 team members throughout the U.S. So far in 2018, Pathway has acquired more than 20 veterinary practices, bringing its total number of locations to over 150 and employees to over 3,000.