The first step in patient engagement is providing them with access to their health information. We review the new workflow to release patient information from your EHR with our Patient Engagement Portal.
History and focus of COA’s Patient Advocacy Network (CPAN) as well as agenda and registration information for this year’s annual event.
The differences between the medical home and accountable care organization (ACO) models, including the risks and benefits of each. Guest article from Bo Gamble, Director of Strategic Practice Initiatives with Community Oncology Alliance (COA).
Navigating Cancer’s patient engagement portal has received the federal government’s approval as a certified electronic health record modular solution.
Guest article from Gena Cook, Navigating Cancer CEO, in the August edition of Value-Based Cancer Care Magazine.
To give patients electronic access to their health information, oncology clinics will need to implement a patient portal that integrates with their EMR. More than just a log in page, a patient portal can be an opportunity to engage patients in their care while making your practice more efficient and cost effective.
Meaningful Use Rules: The Basics Over the past couple of months, I’ve been invited to speak about HITECH and Meaningful Use at a number of oncology state society meetings (Texas/Colorado/Oklahoma/New Mexico, Florida, North Carolina, Alabama) and at the ACCC annual gathering, and
Today we released some navigation changes to simplify searching and finding resources on the site. Members and non-members will find it easier to customize their searches to find the specific content they’re looking for. New Explore Navigation Box The Explore navigation box
Our mission at Navigating Cancer is to empower those diagnosed with cancer to be active participants in their care. To that end, we feature resources from trusted experts that can sometimes be hard to find in the vast expanse of the internet.
Navigating Cancer’s VP of Business Development, Greg Maxfield, will be speaking at the Alabama Cancer Congress (ACC) meeting April 1-3, 2011. Greg will speak about the HITECH Act, Meaningful Use and how it will impact patients and their families.
Navigating Cancer’s CEO, Gena Cook, will be speaking at the Oncology Managers of Florida (OMF) spring meeting March 18, 2011.
This week we shine the spotlight on blog posts from caregivers and supporters of loved ones with cancer. Cancer not only affects those that are diagnosed, but also their circle of friends and family. As outlined below, simple tasks such as shopping
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