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Can monitoring PROs via digital pathways improve the health outcomes of vulnerable patients in regional Victoria

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3/1/22, 5:00 PM
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Grampians Integrated Cancer Service is developing a new model of care for Cancer patients in regional Victoria. The model of care will undergo a research evaluation to determine whether clinical teams with visibility to Patient Reported Outcomes (PROs) via digital pathways can enhance the care experience and health outcomes for cancer patients in regional communities.

This will support patients that may not have the luxury of seeing their care provider as often as needed due to distance, travel and COVID-related challenges in regional communities.

Join Glenn Reeves, Cancer Service Improvement Officer at Grampians Integrated Cancer Service, and Guillaume Leroux, Customer Experience Manager RN at Personify Care, as they discuss:

- Grampians Integrated Cancer Service’s new model of care
- The rollout of Personify Care’s digital patient pathways
- The unique challenges and practical considerations of implementing a new model of care in regional settings across a mix of public and private health providers

During this 45-minute panel discussion, Glenn and Guillaume will also provide an update on the progress of this initiative and share some insights on:

- The evidence that underpins this model of care
- Challenges associated with providing care in regional communities
- How this model of care will be evaluated - what does success look like?
- What role technology plays in the study
- What are the potential benefits for patients, staff and the overall health system?

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Can monitoring PROs via digital pathways improve the health outcomes of vulnerable patients in regional Victoria

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Glenn Reeves, Guillaume Leroux

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