Coordination of Care/Care Transitions

Advocating for Your Patients with Metastatic Disease

Patients with metastatic disease rely on their oncology navigator to help meet their treatment needs, psychosocial needs, family needs, and individual needs.

Misconceptions About Metastatic Disease

Cassie Osborne, RN, MSN, OCN, ONN-CG explains the misconceptions patients can have when they receive a metastatic disease diagnosis.

Supporting Metastatic Disease Patients

Healthcare needs a greater focus on metastatic survivors and establishing treatment goals that the patient wants to proceed with.

Advocating for Metastatic Survivors

Cassie Osborne, RN, MSN, OCN, ONN-CG shares how oncology navigators serve as the voice of their patients who are living with metastatic disease.

Lack of Survivorship Support for Metastatic Disease Patients

Patients are living longer and thriving with metastatic disease, but there are still a lot of complications and concerns that need to be addressed for this patient population.

Chronic and Metastatic Patients

Patients who are living with chronic and metastatic disease face a unique set of challenges in their care coordination.

Knowing a Patient's Cancer Risks

Andi Dwyer, BS, explains how oncology navigators and their patients need to be aware of their risks of cancer to know how to best move ahead with cancer screenings.

Long-term Consequences of Delayed Cancer Screenings

As we begin to move forward from the COVID-19 pandemic, there are long-term consequences of the delay in cancer screenings that need to be addressed immediately.

Assisting Patients in Timely Cancer Screenings

Oncology navigators can help their patients feel comfortable to come in for cancer screenings by educating them and empowering them with the knowledge they need to make informed decisions.

How are Hospitals Keeping Patients Safe During the Pandemic?

Hospitals and medical providers are following safety and cleaning guidelines and considering capacity to minimize risk of COVID-19 for patients.