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Evidence-based metrics demonstrate the value of patient navigation both to patients and healthcare institutions.
Age and comorbidities should be considered when shaping discussions around care.
Some navigators might be interested in starting their own LNN, but don’t know how. Here is information on getting started.
A welcome sign or literature can show patients with cancer that the disease does not discriminate, and that everyone is dealing with the same cancer-related issues.
A collegial oncology team is essential to support patients with cancer through all aspects of care.
The Central Indiana Local Navigator Network uses their LNN meetings to discuss the latest cancer treatments, build their network, and share perspectives on their daily work.
Mandi Pratt-Chapman raises significant questions essential to achieving high-quality care for patients with cancer.
By promoting shared decision-making, oncology navigators inform patients about aspects of their care and help them to become more engaged.
Complete your LNN annual reports by January 31!
Here is a resource to help with this process.
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