VANCOUVER, Sept. 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ - Equicare Health, the leading provider of oncology care coordination and patientnavigation solutions, will introduce the latest release of their product, ECS 4.7, at the ASTRO 2017 Annual Meeting in San Diego.
"Every year, ASTRO showcases the best of oncology
ECS 4.7 follows a responsive design, where patients can use the portal from any device including their mobile phone, tablet, or desktop. The system also supports multiple languages, so patients can benefit from ECS whether or not they speak English. Version 4.7 supports English and Spanish, and additional languages will be added with each release.
ECS 4.7 will officially be available to the public in October.
ASTRO attendees and registrants are encouraged to visit Equicare during exhibit hours; September 24 to 26 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in Booth #2455 to learn more about Equicare's products and services.
About Equicare HealthEquicare Health is the industry's leading provider of comprehensive care coordination solutions. Equicare's flagship solution EQUICARE CS (ECS) is a Multi-facility web-based software tool that facilitates patient engagement including patient reported outcomes, patient navigation, survivorship care and a number of other clinical tools, i.e. MDT, Clinical trials, a suite of educational material, etc.. In additional to the clinical toolset, Equicare offers an administrative suite of worklists and reports for managing adherence to accreditation standards including Meaningful Use, Commission on Cancer (CoC), NAPBC, QOPI, OCM, etc... ECS enables cancer centers to influence clinical outcomes for patients, optimize revenue streams, and increase operational efficiency. www.equicarehealth.com
SOURCE Equicare Health Inc.
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