Institute teaches hospitals to set up navigator programs

12/30/2008 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

The Harold P. Freeman Patient Navigation Institute in New York City is teaching hospitals how to set up patient navigator programs to help ensure cancer patients get appropriate and timely care. Dr. Harold Freeman's navigator program, begun in 1990 at Harlem Hospital Center, improved five-year cancer survival rates from 39% to 70%.

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