Polaris will be at booth 401 during the 30th annual AOSW conference to spotlight its comprehensive oncology distress management platform.
Online PR News – 23-May-2014 – Polaris Health Directions staff will be on hand next week during the annual Association of Oncology Social Work (AOSW) conference to discuss Polariss oncology distress management platform.
Polaris will be at booth 401, which is located near the escalators. Stop by to learn more about the Polaris Oncology Distress Management System and its innovative features and new enhancements, including an upgraded ipad interface.
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Polaris Oncology is more than just a distress tool. The cloud-based platform includes advanced reporting capabilities, automatic referral, support for quality improvement initiatives and a quality of life module to help ensure your patients are receiving comprehensive, mind and body care.
The 30th annual AOSW conference will be held in Baltimore from May 28-30. This years theme celebrates the organizations achievements over the last 30 years.
For more information on Polaris Oncology or the upcoming conference, please send an email to email@example.com, call 215-359-3878 or visit: http://www.polarishealth.com/oncology/.
About Polaris Health Directions
Polaris Health Directions has been a pioneer in the development of behavioral health assessment and outcomes management platforms for nearly two decades. Polaris’s enterprise cloud-based systems capture the information essential for determining the best course of care. Their advanced analytics help organizations execute quality improvement initiatives, apply needed services, identify cost reduction opportunities and, in many cases, indicate whether a particular course of treatment is likely to have a positive result. Systems are available for a wide range of health care settings; all support interdisciplinary coordination. By recognizing the nexus between psychosocial health and physical health, Polaris offers powerful solutions for better health care delivery. Learn more: http://www.polarishealth.com.