by Alexa McCarthy, on Jun 23, 2018 5:00:00 PM
Identifying patients with hereditary cancer risk factors typically goes something like this: Hand patient a paper family history form at check-in, hand it off to the staff member who is …Read Story
by Alexa McCarthy, on Oct 4, 2017 2:52:37 PM
To identify a woman as a carrier only after she develops cancer is a failure of cancer prevention.” -Mary Claire King Are you doing everything you can to help your …Read Story
by Alexa McCarthy, on Sep 22, 2016 12:15:19 PM
Help your referring physicians identify patients at risk of HBOC Let's face it. The majority of genetics practices are dealing with big problems when it comes to clinical workflow. It really …Read Story
At CancerIQ, we're dedicated to making it easier for providers to offer cancer risk assessment to every patient that walks through the door. This starts with practical implementation methods and tools (like CancerIQ)! On our blog, we'll offer best practices and advice on how to streamline your cancer risk assessment program.