The decision for breast surgery is both a medical and personal one. Surgery to reconstruct the breast can be done (or started) at the time of the mastectomy (which is called immediate reconstruction) or it can be done after the mastectomy incisions have healed and breast cancer therapy has been completed (which is called delayed reconstruction). The decision and timing of surgery should be made after careful consultation with physician, surgeon, and family.
The BreastCare program teaches you how to be an active partner in your own care by providing the right information at the right time and by keeping you connected throughout your surgery and recovery pathway.
The team at VOX Telehealth recognizes the importance of this decision and provides essential tools in a patient’s journey to surgery and recovery.
VOX BreastCare Patient Engagement
The VOX BreastCare for Reconstructive Surgery solution engages the patient early in their episode of care, increasing accountability and better facilitating coordination with healthcare professionals. Engagement and alignment with the patient, family, and entire care team can reduce readmissions, improve the quality of life for patients and their caregivers, and significantly reduce the cost of care. VOX’s BreastCare for Reconstructive Surgery platform enhances the patient experience in the following ways:
Education and Guidance for informed surgical decision making
Continuum of Care from Pre-Surgery to Recovery
Health, Wellness, and Lifestyle Enhancements
Real-time symptom and side-effect monitoring for caregiver and provider
Customizable treatment pathways for healthcare providers
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