Cancer Guidance for Employees and Families

When an employee faces a cancer in the family, it’s a seismic event. Navvisa helps your employees—whether patients or caregivers—navigate this challenging time.

We reduce the emotional toll of cancer on your employees

Managing cancer care is complex. Add in the urgency and emotional strain of a potentially life-threatening disease, and it becomes especially difficult to make clear decisions in a tight timeframe.

When you add cancer guidance from Navissa to your employee benefits, you’ll help your employees get the answers they need, ensure they are getting the right treatment at the right time, improve quality of life by reducing barriers to care, and demonstrate your commitment to their wellbeing.

How Navvisa Works with Employers

  • Navvisa works with an employee benefits team to craft a program that best aligns with the needs of the company and it’s employees.

  • Once an employer contracts with Navvisa, implementation is swift to get all employees and adult dependents eligible to be Navvisa Care Clients.

  • Employees become Care Clients by filling out a brief contact form online or by calling 844-NAVVISA (628-8472).

  • As soon as eligibility is verified, Navvisa will match the Care Client to a dedicated oncology nursing team and will schedule an intake call with the client’s personal nurse within one business day.

  • From there, the nursing team will perform in-depth assessments, be on call to answer questions, virtually attend doctor’s appointments, find resources, create wellbeing plans, and work to resolve any challenges the Care Client faces.

  • We regularly survey our Care Clients and provide employers with anonymized data and reports on utilization, along with anecdotal feedback. In addition, we support our customers with outreach e-mails, newsletter content, nurse-led webinars, and more.

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Cancer’s Impact on the Workplace

1 out of 2 Men and 1 out of 3 Women will get cancer in their lifetimes

Over 1.8M people diagnosed with cancer in 2020

Cancer represents more than 12% of average employer healthcare expense

61% of caregivers experience at least one change in employment due to burden of caregiving

22 million cancer screenings missed in 2020 due to COVID

10K Additional deaths predicted from delayed screening due to COVID