Association of Community Cancer Centers: Digital Tools in Cancer Care

The Association of Community Cancer Centers conducted a survey, which found that providers, patients, and caregivers were willing to utilize digital, remote patient-monitoring (RPM) tools to report symptoms throughout anti-cancer treatments. Key survey results found more than half (60 percent) of providers who implemented an RPM program said it added “10 hours or less” to a weekly workload. Of the 60 percent, almost half (40 percent) said the program did not “significantly disrupt workflow,” with 24 percent noting the technology actually improved workflow.

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