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.
In November, I attended the President’s Cancer Panel titled Improving Resilience and Equity in Cancer Screening: Lessons from COVID-19 and Beyond. This discussion series focused on screening across four cancer types: cervical, breast, lung and colorectal ...
The moment a person learns they have cancer is one they’ll never forget. In that instant, and all the weeks and months after that, patients click into survival mode: They’ll stop at nothing to pursue the best and most comprehensive care.
We speak with clients all of the time who are facing challenges justifying the investment in personnel and software support required to start, run, or grow their cancer genetic counseling and high risk programs.