Access to clinical care teams
Patients can report symptoms, respond to questionnaires, and communicate with their care team as often as they would like
Structured data capture with actionable content
Care teams collect highly specific, detailed information tailored to a patient’s diagnosis and treatment type for more informed decision making
Workflow efficiency design
With automated prioritization, care teams can intervene with patients who have the most critical need
Prebuilt treatment modules cover most common cancer types
Over 31 available treatment modules that cover over 97 common cancer types and 244 rules-based algorithms driving assignment of symptom severity based on published guidelines
Rapid deployment for immediate patient impact
Remote deployment capabilities for fast go-live capabilities and immediate patient use
Real world evidence and outcomes data for value-based care
Analytics capabilities to assess PROs, optimize therapeutic interventions, and support clinical research to define cancer therapy impact on quality of life
Preserve Patient Health
Keep patients engaged in their care and improve their overall experience.
Decrease Resource Utilization
Reduce avoidable ER visits or hospitalizations.
Optimize Therapeutic Intervention
Promote better clinical outcomes and quality of life.
noona for patients
Real-time symptom reporting, scheduled questionnaires, access to medical information and secure communication with cancer care teams.
noona for providers
Automated patient prioritization based on clinical need for streamlined workflow, data-driven decisions, and evidence-based care.
noona for life sciences or clinical research
Real-world evidence generated by high quality, longitudinal PRO data and minimal administrative burden.
This Health IT Module is 2015 Edition compliant and has been certified by an ONC-ACB in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.