Engage patients before year end with screenings and hereditary cancer risk assessments
It’s finally fall — time for sweater weather, football Saturdays, and vibrant foliage. The changing season is also the perfect time for health systems to upgrade their cancer screening programs to support cancer prevention and early detection efforts. Here’s why:
2. Patients are unfettered by deductibles3. Now’s the time to create a better patient experience
Does your health system have a backlog of patients already on the waitlist? CancerIQ can help staff alleviate patient frustration by providing a needed value-add service – hereditary cancer risk assessment. For patients unable to schedule screenings within the calendar year, staff can send access to an online cancer risk assessment. This helps engage patients leading up to their exam, while giving their provider important insight into the patient’s individual risk level. The hereditary risk assessment creates a dialogue between providers and patients, building trust that leads to downstream, in-network uptake.
CancerIQ’s new ebook, The Definitive Guide to High-Risk Breast Programs: How a Modern Approach to Design and Implementation Drives Better Clinical and Financial Outcomes, can help cancer prevention professionals make the most of their cancer screening software this fall. The first-of-its-kind resource details best practices to start or grow a high-risk screening program to improve financial and clinical outcomes for breast cancer and other types of hereditary cancer.
Download the brand new ebook for free here.