- NAVIFY® Oncology Hub provides a central workspace for clinicians to quickly access relevant patient data to optimise care decisions and enhance care coordination
- NAVIFY® Oncology Hub securely aggregates and organises patient data from disparate sources, providing a longitudinal view of the patient’s cancer care journey
- New digital solution streamlines clinical workflows and reduces administrative burden on clinicians, allowing oncologists to spend less time on patient records, and more time with patients
Roche (SIX: RO, ROG; OTCQX: RHHBY) announced today the launch of NAVIFY® Oncology Hub, its latest digital solution to further enhance clinical decision support and workflow optimisation for oncologists and oncology care teams.
Oncologists often face incomplete patient records and data silos across multiple IT systems. This makes it difficult to find and collect all relevant data to get the full picture of the patient’s health history and assess each case holistically. These workflow inefficiencies can also create significant administrative, operational and financial burden.
NAVIFY® Oncology Hub addresses these challenges by securely aggregating and organising fragmented patient data across an institution’s IT systems. It simplifies day-to-day workflows for oncology care teams and serves as a central workspace where the most relevant patient data can easily be found, accessed and reviewed by all members of the team. NAVIFY® Oncology Hub presents the information as a longitudinal timeline view of the patient’s full oncologic history, combined with a concise snapshot of the individual’s current status. With it, clinicians can efficiently prepare for patient consultations, quickly and concisely convey information and coordinate care across the team. NAVIFY® Oncology Hub also helps facilitate discussions between oncologists and patients about complex treatment options and next steps.
Clinicians are under enormous pressure to navigate complex workflows and consider all the relevant information to decide on the best possible care option for each patient in a timely fashion,
says Moritz Hartmann, Global Head of Roche Information Solutions.
With our digital solutions, we can empower healthcare professionals and patients to make personalised, insights-based decisions across the patient care continuum - helping improve outcomes, and reduce costs to society.
NAVIFY® Oncology Hub, the latest addition to the NAVIFY® Decision Support portfolio, will be initially available in the US, Germany and Taiwan before being rolled out to additional markets in the near future.