Creating a new world of medicine through real-world data and current research
The capacity to treat cancer patients improves with case management that includes holistic information and access for all multidisciplinary team members.
A team effort
Cancer care engages multiple clinical specialties, but the process of collaborative decision-making is often non-standardized and time-consuming.
Clinicians in a multidisciplinary team may spend hours coordinating logistics, preparing meetings, and compiling reports and patient files. Handwritten notes, radiology and pathology images, and medical information from public sources add to the data that can direct treatment for each individual patient.
A healthcare ecosystem
Clinical decision support software — bold and compelling solutions that deploy data as a strategic and highly impactful asset — informs personalized treatment for the best possible care of each individual.
Technology-driven innovation holds the potential to improve our understanding of patients, enable the delivery of more convenient, individualized care.1
NAVIFY® Tumor Board and Clinical Decision Support apps aggregate real-world data, clinical trial information, medical and scientific research information, and clinical practice guidelines to close gaps in the patient journey.
Through integration with the electronic medical record, patient data such as tumor staging and medical history may be used to search for clinical trials and literature needed in the discussion of treatment strategies. Connected resources also enhance the efficiency of tumor board administration. Specialists are empowered to make significant decisions, leveraging data, evidence and technology to improve patient care.
NAVIFY [Tumor Board] preserved the integrity and accuracy of our discussion, streamlined the workflow and improved efficiency.
Kristin Rojas, MD
Breast surgical oncologist and gynecologic surgeon
NAVIFY Tumor Board user at Maimonides Medical Center
Structure for multidisciplinary teams
With NAVIFY Tumor Board, team members have visibility into all necessary information throughout the patient’s journey to the point of decision-making.
The easily replicated process of preparation and creation of a common case review supports a protocol for discussion, so each case proceeds to a decision in the same way.
Specialists’ reports and perspectives are presented in a predetermined order to facilitate consensus on a treatment decision. With preselected images and information pinned to the conference presentation, the tumor board team can decide on a course of action, confident that the decision reflects the best care for the patient.
See how NAVIFY Tumor Board supports better decision-making at Hospital del Mar