Information, articles and news about cancer and oncological care from Verdi Cancer and Research Center of Texas.
Design Thinking in Oncology: Improving the Patient Experience
Design in community oncology is the deliberate creation of an experience for oncology patients. This approach uses an empathy-driven model to improve the overall experience. Design thinking is an approach to problem-solving, leveraging human experience to generate ideas, prototypes, and…Read Full
Physical Therapy and Cancer Recovery
Cancer physical therapy can improve your overall health while recovering from cancer. It offers significant benefits for patients who experience difficulties from cancer-related treatments. Additionally, it helps ease the emotional turmoil caused by the inevitable waves of fear and frustration.…Read Full
Managing Anxiety in Cancer Patients
Anxiety is a natural response to this new reality when patients receive a cancer diagnosis. However, managing anxiety in cancer patients may look different than dealing with anxiety in other patients. Patients undergoing screening for cancer, waiting for cancer test…Read Full
CAR-T Cell Therapy: How It Works
Just hearing that you have cancer can be overwhelming. The real challenges begin when your doctor explains the specifics of cancer treatment. Suddenly, in addition to coping with a cancer diagnosis, you have a whole new vocabulary to learn and…Read Full
Why Quality Clinical Documentation Matters
Patients seek medical care hoping for a high-quality experience across the board. Offering a cancer diagnosis, treatment plan, and path for the future are a few ways to ensure your patients get what they need. However, quality clinical documentation is…Read Full
What Is Value-Based Care?
Value-based care is an emerging framework that pays medical providers based on a patient’s health outcome. It differentiates itself from other popular models such as FFS by focusing on quality rather than quantity of service provided. Traditionally, hospitals and healthcare…Read Full