Polaris Launches Forum for Its Oncology Distress Management System

Polaris's new online forum will offer a platform for inquiry and discussion about the Polaris Oncology Distress Management System.

Langhorne, PA, June 28, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Polaris Health Directions is pleased to offer a new online forum for its Polaris Oncology Distress Management System. The forum will be a platform on which current and prospective clients can discuss their experiences using Polaris Oncology, ask questions or share expertise with each other and the Polaris team.

Polaris’s mission is to create scientifically sound and technologically advanced systems that are effective and responsive to client needs. This online community will play a valuable role by bringing fresh insight from those in the field, and Polaris looks forward to the feedback.

The forum is one more way that Polaris can expand its relationship with its clients, and ensure that the service it provides is both useful and innovative.

The Polaris Oncology forum is now live and can be found here:
http://polarishealth.com/polaris-oncology-forum/. Visitors must register to post content.

For further information on Polaris’s comprehensive oncology distress management system, visit: http://www.polarisoncology.com or send an email to moreinfo@polarishealth.com.

About Polaris Health Directions

Polaris recognizes that organizations cannot manage what they do not measure. Many behavioral health care providers and payers may not be collecting and analyzing enough of the right data to answer basic questions about the cost-effectiveness of the care they offer. Polaris's advanced technology and science-driven assessment systems are designed to capture the clinical data essential to quality improvement and enhanced organizational management. Polaris solutions provide advanced analytics to help organizations improve and demonstrate to their customers the value of their care. With a focus on prediction, Polaris solutions do more than describe clinical change. Polaris systems also indicate if treatment is likely to have a positive result. Helping organizations make better decisions in the present by anticipating the future will be the difference in reducing their costs while improving patient care. Follow Polaris on Facebook (@polarishealthdirections) and Twitter (@PolarisHD).
Polaris Health Directions
Jesse Nankin