Navigating Cancer Now Offers Single Sign-on Functionality for its Patient Engagement Portal
Navigating Cancer offers patients added flexibility and ease as they manage their cancer diagnosis across more than one cancer clinic
Feb 05, 2015, 09:00 ET
SEATTLE, Feb. 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Navigating Cancer, the leading provider of oncology-specific patient portals, announced today that its Patient Engagement Portal version 5.1 now has single sign-on (SSO) functionality.
The SSO feature allows patients who receive treatment and care across multiple cancer clinics that use Navigating Cancer's platform, to view all of their information and to interact with the many physicians who care for them with a single login. SSO eliminates the need for patients to remember multiple passwords and the inconvenience of logging in and out of multiple portals. Additionally, the platform allows patients to upload documents from other providers to create a single experience for all their cancer related medical information.
"Cancer patients may see surgeons, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists and other types of physicians and some patients even travel to different care providers across the country. Our goal is to create a comprehensive experience to make it as easy and stress free as possible for patients to actively participate in their care. We're happy to provide the SSO flexibility for patients to seamlessly access their health information across multiple cancer clinics," says Gena Cook, CEO of Navigating Cancer.
SSO represents the first step toward helping patients bring together a comprehensive record of their care experience across all of their physician interactions. As an EMR-agnostic portal with a growing install base of providers, Navigating Cancer continues to work internally and with industry leaders to connect and aggregate patient information to enable patient participation and improved care coordination.
About Navigating Cancer
Navigating Cancer's Patient Engagement Portal provides oncology clinics with a branded, online extension of their care model and integrates with any electronic health record system. Navigating Cancer helps healthcare providers meet Stage 1 and Stage 2 Meaningful Use requirements and many of the new patient-centered care requirements that are part of the new outcomes-based payment models and updated standards from professional organizations including the American College of Surgeon's Commission on Cancer. The company was founded in 2008 by technology and healthcare veterans and is based in Seattle, Washington.
Learn more about Navigating Cancer at www.navigatingcancer.com.
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