October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and for patients, providers, and loved ones dealing with breast cancer, it’s more than just an opportunity to wear pink. During this month, we honor survivors, remember those we’ve lost, and double down on our shared dedication to lessening the impact of this all-too-common disease.
While the ultimate goal is to cure breast cancer, as long as it persists in our communities, there are ample opportunities to improve disease management—not just in breast cancer, but in all kinds of cancer.
Better oncology disease management leads to better treatment and outcomes, simply by equipping everyone with the specific tools they need. With improved disease management:
The road to improved disease management in oncology leads through digital, and that’s where BrightInsight is proud to be playing a part. Digital solutions can help improve the caregiver and provider experience in oncology and tackle some of the biggest challenges, including:
Well-designed digital solutions can ease pain points that frustrate providers, patients and caregivers alike, and enhance the patient experience by connecting healthcare stakeholders and giving them tools to excel.
Patient tools like patient apps, medication reminders, and other companion solutions can keep patients engaged and adherent. Clinician tools enable data-driven discussions and empower patients to make the right treatment decisions for their unique situations. And real-world data (RWD) can inform clinical development strategies, improve access and enable outcomes-based contracts with payers.
Every day we see more and more progress toward our vision to transform patient outcomes globally by bringing the power of digital technology to healthcare. And oncology is the perfect place to make an impact.