Innovating healthcare IT

Staying state of the art with healthcare IT


Introducing a cloud-based, system-agnostic portfolio of workflow products, apps and services to maximize value for institutions and patients.

Innovating healthcare IT

Staying state of the art with healthcare IT


Introducing a cloud-based, system-agnostic portfolio of workflow products, apps and services to maximize value for institutions and patients.

More than digitalization

Innovating healthcare IT is not only about digitalizing existing tools or developing new technologies. It is also about changing the way of doing business and improving the overall patient experience.

Fewer than 50% of healthcare institutions say they are highly effective at leveraging technology to advance top goals other than regulatory compliance.1

Clinical decision support (CDS) can close gaps in the patient journey by providing solutions that support patient care from early diagnosis to treatment monitoring.

As we embarked on the journey of providing new digital solutions — CDS in particular — we consciously started where we can add most value: in a complex discipline and branch of medicine where we have long-lasting expertise.

Due to our deep understanding of the lab and clinical setting in oncology, Roche has an essential advantage over technology giants and start-ups in developing CDS tools.  

Close collaboration with customers

In developing products that provide true value, Roche has built a cloud-based CDS ecosystem upon a platform designed to facilitate interoperability, data-sharing and capabilities across products, including third-party applications.

NAVIFY® Decision Support portfolio solutions work with technologies from other providers, so clinicians can maximize the use of data across disparate systems in their institutions. Together with other industry leaders, we are building an ecosystem of clinical workflow products and CDS apps to facilitate access to relevant information and leverage advanced analytics for actionable insights that help improve healthcare decision-making.

NAVIFY Platform enables Roche and third parties to truly integrate diagnostics and clinical decision-making.

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Easy patient case review anytime, anywhere

NAVIFY Tumor Board is a workflow product that helps streamline and simplify in-person and virtual tumor board meeting preparation and facilitation. Clinicians easily coordinate meeting logistics and collect, integrate and display patient information from various sources.

NAVIFY Tumor Board securely integrates and displays relevant aggregated patient, pathology and imaging data in a single, holistic patient view for personalized treatment decision-making.

Experts can participate remotely — synchronously or asynchronously — always with access to the latest patient information and specialist contributions.

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Clinical decision support apps

Apps that provide real-time, curated information from global databases enhance workflow products with access to clinical trials, clinical practice guidelines and peer-reviewed publications based on specific patient data.

Screen capture from NAVIFY® Clinical Decision Support app

Continuous evolution

Exceptionally qualified to develop disruptive digital solutions in diagnostics, Roche digital solutions mean faster results for patients and more clarity and higher confidence for healthcare professionals in choosing the right treatment at the right time for each patient.

NAVIFY portfolio can enable healthcare providers to make confident and more personalized decisions for the benefit of each patient.

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NAVIFY Tumor Board saves time and standardizes workflow at MU Health Care

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Explore how NAVIFY Tumor Board supports personalized treatment decisions

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The value of virtual multidisciplinary tumor boards

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  1. Hyland Healthcare. (2019) ‘Connected Care and the State of Interoperability in Healthcare’, HIMSS Media.