Oral therapy in oncology

Oral therapy

For the institution

  • Ensure continuity of care and develop better coordination of professional interventions,
  • Stay in touch with your patients and understand their expectations,
  • Anticipate treatment changes,
  • To assess the quality of life and the psychological impact of the treatment,
  • Modeling interactions,
  • Monitor the development of toxicities and adverse effects at a distance.

For the patient

  • Better accessibility and continuity of care,
  • Better integration of the patient's perspective,
  • Reduced risk of displacement for frail patients,
  • View of his planned care and follow-up schedule.

Integrated features

  • Weekly questionnaire for grading of side effects
  • Differentiated pathways according to the molecules
  • Measuring compliance
  • Fact sheets on treatment and management of side effects
  • Quality of life assessment (PROM)
  • Psychological assessment
  • Personal treatment diary
  • Secure messaging

The questionnaires and practice sheets are based on the recognised standards of the learned societies in oncology:

  • NCI CT-CAE (Common terminology criteria for adverse events)
  • EORTC Quality of Life
  • National Cancer Institute