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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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Jun 27, 2022

ACE Webinar Recap: 4 Steps to Setting Up & ...

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: 5 ...

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 23, 2022

New Breast Cancer Therapies Drive Need for ...

National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) guidelines for genetic testing should be updated, suggests a 2018 study published in the Journal of Oncology. 

Jan 20, 2021

Technology as the Differentiator: Tapping the ...

Guest post by: Rob Jennetten Consultant Former Director of Innovation Partnerships at OSF Healthcare System Digital health innovation is not the product of perfection. It’s messy, gritty, iterative, and most importantly, it takes place across the healthcare ...

Jan 9, 2019

5 Steps to Switch to CancerIQ - Key Takeaways ...

In the last year using CancerIQ, we have been able to see 41% more patients, and we have not increased our genetic counseling FTEs." | Candace (Candy) Nehlsen-Hofman, MS, LCGC, Cancer Genetic Counselor - Sharp Cancer Genetics Program Thinking about taking the ...

Jun 23, 2018

3 Signs You Need a Cancer Risk Assessment Software

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 rooming the patient, manually assess the patient’s risk, and then scan ...