Service Package Examples
We tailor our services to meet your specific needs and wants.
Beacon Advocates provides individualized and flexible services at any and every point in your cancer treatment journey.
Below are some service packages examples:
Example 1: A Comprehensive Assessment
We will collect all your medical records and provide a comprehensive review of:
- your past medical history
- your cancer diagnostic work-up
- treatment planned and/or received
- pertinent medication
We compare all available information to evidence-based, nationally recognized guidelines. We will provide and discuss our findings with you and provide a list of recommendations to discuss further with your physician.
- The individualized Case Assessment Report will include our findings and recommendations
- Your nurse advocate will create your BeaconGuide Treatment Organizer/Planner to help you or your loved one keep track of appointments, medications, test results, bills, telephone numbers, and key information. Or, we will help to facilitate you create your on-line medical record.
Example 2: Address Specific Concerns/Requests
If you have only a couple of concerns and requests (see Services Offered page) which do not require a full assessment, then the nurse advocate will focus on the agreed-upon goals/objectives.
- Case Summary Report addresses nurse advocate engagement with stated objectives, all interventions including information reviewed and provided to the client, and a summary of outcomes to address whether goals have been met or not, and possible next steps.
Example 3: Our Concierge Services or "One Point of Contact"
As your personal nurse advocate, we will coordinate and monitor all aspects of cancer care, transportation, and transitions of care, including home care, etc.
- A scheduled (weekly, biweekly, or monthly) individualized Concierge Case Report will include reported findings, interventions including information reviewed and provided to the client, and a summary of outcomes to address whether stated goal(s) have been met or not, and possible next steps.
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