Innovative program supports employees and managers | Cultural compentency assessment helps meet Triple Aim | Remote patient management? There’s an app for that

Thu, 11 Jun 2015

Managing Cancer at Work provides information and support sourced from the renowned cancer center at Johns Hopkins specifically tailored to the needs of the modern workplace.

Effective interactions with those of different backgrounds is critical to delivering high-quality care. COA360‘s online platform helps hospitals measure their cultural competency.  

Connecting medical experts to their patients, emocha provides web-based solutions for access to care, adherence, data management and more

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