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Question: What additional resources, beyond what you currently use, would help you in your role as a Patient Navigator?
Statistics: 219 users have responded to this question.
No Choice Responses Percentage
1 Information on how to track outcomes 75%
2 Community-level resources (ie, cancer support groups at area hospitals) 41%
3 Counseling services for your patients 38%
4 State or federal services (financial assistance) 55%
5 Information about hospice services 11%
6 Clinical trials (information, education, enrollment assistance, etc.) 21%
7 Other 5%
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Question: Have you joined a network of navigators within your local or regional community?
Statistics: 30 users have responded to this question.
No Choice Responses Percentage
1 Yes 33%
2 No 23%
3 No, but I am considering joining a navigator network 13%
4 I am not aware of any navigator networks to join 30%
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A Word From the Experts
Expert Commentary From Dr Harold Freeman
12/31/1969

Evaluating Lay vs Professionally Trained Patient Navigators

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A Word From the Experts
Expert Commentary From Dr Steven Patierno
12/31/1969

Breaking Down Organizational Barriers in Patient Navigation: A Citywide Model

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A Word From the Experts
Expert Commentary From Linda Fleisher, MPH
12/31/1969

One Size Does Not Fit All

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A Word From the Experts
Expert Commentary From Lisa Shalkowski, Director of the Breast Care Program, and Lisa Demko, Six Sigma Master Black Belt at Virtua Health
12/31/1969
Virtua Health Takes a Novel Approach to Establishing a Patient Navigation Program

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A Word From the Experts
Expert Commentary From Susan Gardner, RN, CBEC
12/31/1969

 

Patient Navigation—An Incredible Opportunity

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A Word From the Experts
Expert Commentary From Daniel Dohan, PhD – University of California at San Francisco
12/31/1969
[March 2009]

Daniel Dohan, PhD, is an associate professor of health policy and social medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. Dr. Dohan first became interested in patient navigation while researching vulnerable and underserved populations and how cultural factors influence cancer care.

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A Word From the Experts
Expert Commentary From Ana Natale-Pereira MD, MPH University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
12/31/1969

Community Workers as Patient Navigators

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A Word From the Experts
Expert Commentary From Walter Shepherd — Director, North Carolina Comprehensive Cancer Program
12/31/1969

Building a State Strategy for Patient Navigation

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