The Impact of Early Intervention in Healthcare Navigation

Patients finally feel comfortable resuming routine healthcare. That's the good news. The bad news is clinicians already burnt out from the mental and physical stress of the COVID-19 pandemic are now up against more waves of patients being diagnosed with cancers and other conditions that could have been found and treated earlier had it not been for pandemic-related disruptions.

Download this whitepaper featuring insight from Mike Sokol, MD, senior vice president of clinical strategy at Quantum Health, to learn more about the impacts of delayed care and how healthcare navigation can help.

Key learning points:
  • Timing matters – preventative care is critical to employees to maintain wellbeing and catch any underlying conditions early on
  • The effects care delays have on both patients and clinicians
  • Real-world examples of how healthcare navigation mitigates the effects of delayed care for patients.

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