HMA will work closely with Teenage Cancer Trust to redesign and develop its IAM portal which helps clinicians understand the needs of teenagers and young adults with cancer.
Teenage Cancer Trust, the only UK charity dedicated to providing young people with cancer with specialist nursing care and support, has awarded HMA the contract to deliver a new and improved Integrated Assessment Mapping (IAM) Portal following a competitive tender process.
The team at HMA will work closely with the Teenage Cancer Trust, it’s stakeholders clinicians and patients to co-develop a solution that enables healthcare professionals and young people to work in partnership throughout the young person’s cancer journey; with a key focus on putting the patient in control as an active participant in their own care and facilitate self-management when treatment has finished.
Teenage Cancer Trust identified HMA as a potential partner based on previous award wins, in particular, the award for Best Not-for-Profit Digital Experience at the UK Digital Experience Awards in 2018.
Jennifer Cheshire, IAM Portal National Implementation Project Manager for the Teenage Cancer Trust commented: “We’re excited about the development of the IAM portal, and it’s potential to further improve the cancer journey for teenagers and young people by making their voices central to their care.”
Nicola Tiffany, Managing Director of HMA added “We thrive on doing good work with good people, building long-term partnerships to deliver digital experiences that make a difference. So, we were thrilled when Teenage Cancer Trust chose to work with us. There was a great synergy between the two teams from day one as we share common values and views on how a project of this nature should be managed. We can’t wait to see the end result!”
This announcement follows a series of contract wins for HMA within the health, science and tech sectors including its appointment as stem4’s tech partner for a Tech for Good project funded by Comic Relief and the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.