Breast Cancer Foundation to pilot PROMs program at Waikato DHB

Breast Cancer Foundation NZ (BCFNZ) has partnered with Auckland patient reported measures company Cemplicity to trial a new platform that combines online patient symptom surveys with clinical decision support for rapid symptom management for patients with advanced breast cancer.

Called ABCPro, the system provides an electronic feedback channel for patients at home that feeds into a clinical decision support system to give oncologists and nurses real time evidence of adverse changes in symptoms and guidelines on treatment decisions that take into account the patient's symptom journey, medications and co-morbidities.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: Waikato DHB, PROMs, Cemplicity

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