Establishing a Successful Navigation Program

Understanding your role (and setting boundaries) allows you to remain focused on the tenets of oncology navigation—providing compassionate patient-centered care.
No need to reinvent the wheel, a community needs assessment will assist in filling gaps and reducing barriers to care.
Addressing compassion fatigue in the oncology healthcare setting is an integral component of any oncology navigation program.
Experts from the American Cancer Society discuss initiatives that demonstrate the value of navigation to patients as well as healthcare systems.
A focus on training nonclinical patient navigators whose role is to provide cancer information, resources, and support to remove barriers to care.
Mentoring and orienting are essential pieces of the process in fostering your new navigator’s success.
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