The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders (CCBD), an innovative cancer treatment center, and Navigating Cancer, the software and service solution experts for patient activation and engagement, are teaming up to co-develop a new tool for patient-centered cancer care.
Understanding the value of triage pathways in managing Oncology Medical Home payer contracts, CCBD and Navigating Cancer are combining their respective expertise in clinical content and technology to create a next-generation triage pathways solution for more effective symptom management.
The triage pathways solution has been selected by the Quality Cancer Care Alliance (QCCA), a nationwide professional alliance of independent community oncology practices, to improve care and coordination across their network.
“As practices gear up for value-based payment models, such as the Oncology Care Model, Navigating Cancer is pleased to provide the software solutions to enable high-value oncology care at scale,” said Gena Cook, CEO of Navigating Cancer. “When practices automate the symptom management process with cancer-specific content it will be easier to minimize variability and improve the consistency of delivering high-quality cancer care.”
The triage pathways solution can function as a stand-alone module, or in concert with the other modules of Navigating Cancer’s comprehensive care and engagement platform.