AONN+ Standardized Metrics

In today’s healthcare environment, key organizations are driving the focus on quality, outcomes, and evidence-based practice. The Institute for Healthcare Improvement Triple Aim initiative looks to improve the patient experience, improve population health, and reduce per capita cost.
At the AONN+ West Coast Regional Meeting, Standardized Navigation Task Force members Tricia Strusowski and Cheryl Bellomo discuss the metrics and provide tools to employ in their implementation.
JONS speaks with Ms. Strusowski about the need for national metrics, the process of metric creation, and their intended use.
Tricia Strusowski recently gave a presentation on the AONN+ Standardized Metrics to a captivated audience at the Association of Community Cancer Centers.
The authors present the standard metrics in the areas of Patient Experience, Clinical Outcome, and Return on Investment using the Academy of Oncology Nurse & Patient Navigators (AONN+) domains for certification.
The AONN+ Standardized Metrics Task Force created the domains and related metrics to effectively measure the value and impact of navigation programs.
On behalf of all of us at AONN+, I am extremely proud to present the set of universal, research-supported metrics established by our expert team of seasoned navigators on the AONN+ Standardized Metrics Task Force!
AONN+ Navigation Metrics can be incorporated into partnerships between oncology patient navigators and physician practices.
The AONN+ Metrics Task Force is proud to announce the premier national navigation metrics for oncology nurse navigators focusing on return on investment, patient experience, and clinical outcomes.
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