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Tablet Based Expanded Pain Assessment Reveals Severe Flares and End of Dose Pain at Home

Carevive's Debra Wujcik, PhD, RN, AOCN, FAAN along with Jeannine M. Brant, PhD, AOCN, FAAN from Billings Clinic presented a poster at the 2019 MASCC/ISOO Annual Meeting titled "Tablet-Based Expanded Pain Assessment Reveals Severe Flares and End of Dose Pain at Home". Background Cancer pain prevalence is high (52%-77%) and includes pain flares and end-of-dose failure. Poorly controlled pain contributes…
Carevive
June 24, 2019
Press Releases

Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center to kickoff Survivorship Care Planning

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Thomas Jefferson University Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center will use a novel platform to deliver survivorship care plans. By using Carevive’s Care Planning System (CPS), Jefferson will be able to provide personalized survivorship care plans to its patients across multiple tumor types. The Carevive CPS will integrate with Jefferson’s electronic health record (EHR) and registry software. Registry data…
Carevive
February 2, 2016
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Carevive Systems’ Care Planning System™ (CPS) to Integrate with Electronic Health Records

Carevive Health is pleased to announce a partnership with the Redox Engine electronic health record (EHR) integration protocol. Redox boasts a modern API approach for healthcare EHR integration. Redox manages connections to health systems and brings the data into their cloud infrastructure. The management of EHR data occurs by using the popular JSON data format. This integration will highly benefit…
Carevive
February 26, 2015
In The News

Personalized Care Plans: Harnessing Technology and Patient-Reported Outcomes to Drive Quality Care Across the Cancer Continuum

Carevive Health’s Chief Clinical Officer, Carrie Stricker, PhD, CRNP, spoke at a grand rounds activity titled “Personalized Care Plans: Harnessing Technology and Patient-Reported Outcomes to Drive Quality Care Across the Cancer Continuum” hosted by the Canadian Cancer Survivorship Research Consortium (CCSR). Cancer care is increasingly complex and fragmented. Keeping abreast of evolving evidence and resources to provide quality, evidence-based, patient-centered care…
Carevive
January 20, 2015