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CancerIQ Blog

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.

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Aug 31, 2022

Letter From the CEO: Why CancerIQ is Furthering ...

I founded CancerIQ with the mission to scale genetics beyond academic medical centers to community hospitals so everyone has access to precision cancer prevention. I’m proud to say we’re advancing that mission. CancerIQ is now available to patients in over ...

Jun 27, 2022

4 Steps to Setting Up & Scaling Your Genetics ...

Our mission at CancerIQ is to help hospitals and health systems stay ahead of cancer by making precision prevention and early detection accessible to all patients. We know these organizations have a similar mission – but all too often, the realities of ...

Jun 14, 2022

Making the Business Case for Genomics

Genomics has an established benefit in precision cancer care for patients and providers alike – but its positive financial impact on your health system has untapped potential in prevention. As a tool for early detection, genomics can be a significant source ...

May 11, 2022

3 Paths to a Sustainable High-Risk Cancer Program

At the University of Chicago’s 10th Annual International Clinical Cancer Genetics & Genomics Conference last month, CancerIQ’s Chief Product Officer Haibo Lu and Vice President of Sales Matt Valin presented the challenges of high-risk cancer program ...

Jul 1, 2020

Best Practices: Supporting a Safe Return to ...

As COVID-19 began spreading rapidly in the U.S., doctor’s offices and clinics closed in-person visits to lower the risk of spreading the virus. In response, the use of telehealth skyrocketed. A survey of cancer programs from the Advisory Board showed ...

Jun 1, 2020

Best Practices for Virtual Genetics & High-Risk ...

Cancer is now responsible for almost 1 in 6 deaths globally. More than 14 million people develop cancer every year, and this figure was projected to rise to over 21 million by 2030… before COVID-19 interrupted measures aiming to reduce cancer’s impact.

May 15, 2020

A Real-Life Example of a Telehealth ...

Fewer Americans have been getting cancer screenings like colonoscopies, mammograms and Pap smears since COVID-19 forced many clinics to put restrictions in place.

May 6, 2020

Addressing Concerns About Long-Term Impact of ...

Cancer programs across the country are all dealing with the effects of COVID-19 and trying to treat patients while keeping them safe. Advisory Board surveyed 55 programs to see how the pandemic has changed their operations.

Apr 1, 2020

Why Your Genetics and High Risk Programs are ...

Three months ago, health systems were embracing precision health strategies, and capturing the full clinical and financial value of using genetics in routine care.  That’s before COVID-19 forced every US health group to close their doors to most patients.  ...

Apr 1, 2020

How to Rapidly Deploy a Telehealth High Risk ...

COVID-19 has quickly altered society. It has changed workflows and processes and forced hospitals to discourage patients from coming in — to keep them safe and healthy.