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March 31st, 2015

AONN+: An Asset for All Members of the Oncology Care Team

Lillie talks about the value that AONN+ brings to all stakeholders in healthcare. AONN+ can demonstrate the value of navigators (both short- and long-term) in their ability to recruit new patients through physician and community outreach. AONN+ teaches skills that allow navigators to play active roles in the care of oncology patients.

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March 10th, 2015

The Challenge of Connecting Patients with Psychosocial Support Services

Peg Rummel thinks that there are resources out there, but sometimes there are not enough or it’s challenging to connect the patient to the ones that are available. As navigators, + read more

March 10th, 2015

Everyone Struggles to Be Better

The multidisciplinary team model of care is a great starting point to develop a process around patients accessing adequate psychosocial support services.

March 10th, 2015

It’s All in the Approach

How you pose a question greatly affects the response. Lillie provides advice on posing questions that identify what barriers are in the way of our patients receiving the resources they + read more

March 10th, 2015

Knowing the Value of Social Support Services

Peg Rummel stresses the importance of social support services and the role they play in improving the patient’s overall quality of life.

March 10th, 2015

The Answer to a Patient’s Complexity

According to Pamela Vlahakis, the number one benefit we can create is a national database of resources to address the many complexities of each patient’s journey.

March 10th, 2015

Expanding Your Reach to the Community

Lillie Shockney affirms the importance of building strong relationships with the community in an effort to connect with those resources that are available to both patients and their caregivers. There + read more

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