orders and related documents are generated.
3) By significantly reducing prescribing mistakes, administration errors,
patient risk, and physician liability.
In addition to chemotherapy order forms, the site also produces print- ready chemotherapy flow sheets, informed consents, and patient education materials.
"We want to provide touch-of-a-button access to everything patients and doctors need for a successful treatment experience," Dr. Feinberg said.
ChemoOrders.com uses established peer-reviewed clinical guidelines to ensure that the most current disease protocols are outlined. Protocol selection and scientific content oversight are performed by a group of physicians, ONS-certified nurses and nurse practitioners, and pharmacists. All listed protocols are FDA approved, compendia listed, or both.
ChemoOrders.com was previewed at the Oncology Nursing Society's (ONS) Annual Congress in Las Vegas in late April, and launched publicly on May 8. Multiple rounds of updates and enhancements have been performed since that time.
The ONS web site, http://www.ons.org, includes a link to ChemoOrders.com on its Chemotherapy Clinical Resources page.
If interested in an online demonstration of ChemoOrders.com, go to http://www.chemoorders.com and click on "View Flash Demo."
Lenz, Inc., based in Decatur, GA, designed ChemoOrders.com and is the
company's marketing/advertising agency.
Interviews available upon request.
CONTACT: Ryan Klee or Nathan Beaver
|SOURCE Georgia Cancer Specialists|
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