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Tennessee Oncology Chooses Navigating Cancer's Patient Engagement Portal
Date:5/7/2013

SEATTLE, May 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Navigating Cancer, the leading provider of oncology specific patient portals, announces that Tennessee Oncology has selected Navigating Cancer's Patient Engagement Portal for its practices and patients.  Navigating Cancer's portal will enable Tennessee Oncology to provide a more coordinated and patient-centered approach to the care it delivers to patients and help the practice meet all the new patient-centered care requirements.  With nearly 800 providers signed up for Navigating Cancer's Portal, Tennessee Oncology joins an established and expanding network of influential oncology practices that are working to improve healthcare by engaging patients in their care.  

Navigating Cancer's cloud-based Patient Engagement Portal integrates with any electronic medical record (EMR) system, enabling providers to easily and securely connect patients to their personal health information and educational resources.  More than 45,000 patients currently use Navigating Cancer to learn more about their condition, receive copies of their health information and stay connected with their healthcare team. Navigating Cancer helps practices meet many of the new patient-centered care requirements that are part of HITECH Meaningful Use, new medical home and accountable care organization models and updated care standards from professional organizations such as the American College of Surgeon's Commission on Cancer.

"Our focus is to provide innovative, exceptional cancer care that puts patients and their families first," said Jeff Patton , M.D., CEO of Tennessee Oncology. "This partnership gives our patients easy access to their personalized treatment information and resources to help them better understand their diagnosis, allowing them to be at the center of their care and well-equipped to make important healthcare decisions."

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