This conference includes speakers who will address the dramatic changes in healthcare, technology, and other challenges facing oncology programs and practices today. As we move forward, innovative solutions will be needed to better coordinate care, contain costs, and operate more efficiently. To learn more about how Navigating Cancer’s technology is doing just that, visit us in booth 308 at the ACCC … Read More
If you will be at the 2018 Community Oncology Conference April 12-13, 2018 just outside of Washington, DC – we’d love to connect with you! This conference is a great way to stay up to date on topics including the latest information about value-based care. Several of Navigating Cancer’s partner practices are participating in the conference program, including: Advocacy 101: What … Read More
Gena Cook, Co-Founder and CEO of Navigating Cancer has been named Chair of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network Foundation Board of Directors – we’re excited about Gena’s expanded role with this important organization that is devoted to patient care, research, and education. “Since its inception, the NCCN Foundation has been providing one-of-a-kind guidelines to patients and their loved ones to … Read More
Navigating Cancer is pleased to announce the addition of Linda Smith and Clark Avery to its leadership team. As Vice President of Provider Sales, Linda Smith will focus on leading Navigating Cancer’s business development efforts with cancer programs across the United States and as Vice President of Bio-Pharmaceutical Solutions, Clark Avery will lead Navigating Cancer’s efforts to develop innovative programs … Read More
Many individuals consider “digital” a channel when it’s not – it is however, a capability that all communicators should have. Just about everyone in the US uses some sort of digital communication, with internet penetration around 80% of the population. When you also consider that, worldwide, 34% of people are either under 14 or over 65, you realize that almost … Read More
Survey found cancer patients overwhelmingly want to be engaged in their care, have a desire for education and are interested in using technology to be connected to their health care team.
Jay Bradner from Harvard University and the Dana Farber Cancer Institute shares how he developed a compound that can attach itself to a rare cancer gene so that it “forgets” that it’s cancer and stops growing.
Navigating Cancer’s patient engagement portal has received the federal government’s approval as a certified electronic health record modular solution.
Every weekday we track the mainstream news media to see what’s making headlines in the world of cancer and share the most interesting ones with our followers on Twitter. Below is a round up of the cancer news articles that caught our attention in February, with links to the full stories. Any significant cancer news articles that we missed? Any … Read More
Each week we scan the news headlines on Twitter too see how cancer is being discussed in the media and to stay on top of new research developments. Below is an overview of the cancer news articles that caught out eye over the last month. Any big stories we missed? Let us know in comments. Follow us on Twitter to … Read More