Improve care coordination to deliver the best possible outcomes
Oncology: improve care coordination to deliver the best possible outcomes
increase on global cancer cases and deaths until 2030
increase on odds of dying due to fragmentation
Cancer treatments have been improved but patients still need to find their way through highly fragmented journeys
Cancer care journeys are complex, since they encompass a huge variety of specialties, professionals and facilities, which may impede effective communication, decision processes and negatively influence patient adherence to treatment. Indeed, fragmentation is associated with poorer outcomes, worse patient experience and preventable costs associated with redundante care and preventable deterioration.Solution
Improve visibility over patient’s progress and enhance accurate multidisciplinary decisions
Multidisciplinary and multi-level care journeys, proving a unique source of true for the patients needs and history;
Clinically detailed decision support system to diagnosis, staging, treatment, referrals and discharges, to empower health teams to adopt best practices;
Patient data collection in advance, automatically, to better prepare appointments and/or treatments;
Regular and automatic follow-ups during treatment, to improve patient risk stratification and anticipate deterioration or drug adverse reactions;
Patient education and empowerment through a dedicated portal, to enable care navigation and plan adherence;
Interoperability capabilities linking different systems and reducing task repetition and redundant care.Benefits
Ensure timely and correct care provision;
Anticipate care needs to avoid decompensation;
Reduce unnecessary hospitalizations or admissions in the emergency room;
Optimize in-person appointments;
Improve patient experience;
Measurement of KPI and PROMS.
Implement timely and comprehensive care journeys that keep patients on track throughout diagnosis, staging, treatment and rehabilitation.
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