Identify All Patients That Meet Criteria

By implementing a consistent screening program, you can identify the most appropriate patients for  testing, counseling, and enhanced surveillance 


Streamline the Evaluation Process

By streamlining the genetic evaluation process, more at-risk patients can get access to care. 


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Manage Patients According to Risk Factors

By using software (instead of spreadsheets) to log and track all patients eligible for a change in medical management

Manage Patients According to myRisk Results

Case Study: Increasing Genetics Service Capacity

Increase genetics service capacity

Case Study: Improving Profitability and Early Detection in Breast Imaging

Improve profitability and early detection in breast imaging

Case Study: The Quality Impact in Women's Health

Quality impact in women's health

Case Study: Rapid Expansion Across Clinical Specialties

Rapid expansion across clinical specialties

Case Study: Using NCCN Instead of Tyrer-Cuzick

Using NCCN guidelines instead of Tyrer-Cuzick

Case Study: Switching From Paper to Tablet

Switching to digital familial risk assessment tool

Case Study: Improving Patient Interest in High-Risk Services

Improving patient interest in high-risk services

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Frequently Asked Questions

We have a large population that isn't very computer-saavy. Is the screening questionnaire patient-friendly?

We started this company by testing our software on various patient populations, including thousands of elderly patients.  Our data indicates that 85% of patients can complete the questionnaire without staff assistance because we’ve been thoughtful about three features:

  • One question per page so the questionnaire is conversational in nature
  • Nice, large buttons with limited free text entry
  • If we identify any question that’s taking longer than the norm, we will revisit how that question is asked until patients from all population can complete it

Our workflow is really complex and I’m concerned this software will slow us down. Will this software be disruptive?

No. The key to successfully engaging high risk patients throughout the care continuum is recognizing that each clinical setting, and each patient population is different.  Our system is built to flexibly address the needs of each. Over a third of our company is dedicated to supporting our clients and ensuring they’re successful. Your assigned CS team will work closely with you to understand current workflow, determine best practices and create an implementation plan complementary to your current systems/processes.

Does CancerIQ need to integrate with EMRs?

No. While CancerIQ is able to integrate and communicate with any EMR system on the market, many clients are successful using CancerIQ on a standalone basis. If you are interested in a broader integration, we recommend starting with CancerIQ standalone to better scope out your desired workflow and then investing in a full interface build.

Is CancerIQ cloud / web-based?

Yes, it’s fully web-based.  The benefits to you is less IT resources.  Additionally, Cancer IQ can always stay up to date. Given how often the guidelines change, we recommend our customers stay cloud-based so we can update the algorithms behind the scenes automatically.

What does my IT team need to know about CancerIQ?

CancerIQ would not exist if we didn’t take privacy and security seriously. We have been vetted and approved by some of the largest health systems in the country, and below are a few things our software that can hopefully streamline the approval process:

  • Data is collected directly and stored within the CancerIQ platform, and is heavily safeguarded for security using multiple levels of encryption for storage and transmission
  • The software is cloud based, HIPAA compliant, and has been through the rigorous vetting process needed to be used at several health systems, including Optum, Sharp, Advocate, to name a few.
  • We do not require any IT resources to implement or configure CancerIQ and do not need EMR integration, so our traditional relationship with your internal IT team is through the initial vetting process only.
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Case studies, webinar, brochures

Case Study: How Riverside Healthcare Improved Its Effectiveness in Identifying High-risk Women 

Riverside Healthcare partnered with CancerIQ to transition from a paper based process to a digital family risk assessment tool. 

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Case Study: Improving Profitability and Early Detection in Breast Imaging  

Partnering with CancerIQ to build a high-quality, efficient and profitable high-risk breast program

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Case Study: How Marin General Hospital Built a Robust High-Risk Assessment Program

CancerIQ partnered with the breast health center to improve quality, efficiency and revenues. 

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Case Study: How Valley Medical Center Increased Its Genetic Counseling Productivity

The Oncology High-Risk Screening and Genetics Clinic at Valley Medical Center partnered with CancerIQ to standardize the screening process and improve its genetic counselor productivity. 

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Webinar: Building a Genetic Cancer Risk Assessment Program in an NAPBC-Accredited Breast Center

Tenille and Michele of OSF Healthcare talk through their experience building their high risk program with CancerIQ. They also talk through lessons learned and offer advice to those looking to do the same thing. 

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Webinar: Develop a Robust Genetic Cancer Risk Assessment Program in Preventative Care

Dr. Candace Westgate of Adventist St. Helena discusses starting a high risk program in her OBGYN clinic. She also talks through the challenges she faced managing patients and presents the CancerIQ Manager. 

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Webinar: How Nurses Can Increase Genetic Service Capacity 

Maria Dalmacio, genetics-trained nurse practitioner and cancer risk counselor at the Marin General Hospital Breast Health Center, shares how adding CancerIQ to its risk assessment program has helped them increase service capacity by nearly 4x and generate recommended changes in medical management totaling more than a half million dollars.
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Webinar: Increasing Enrollment in High-Risk Breast Services 

Jenn Arkills, breast center director at UW Medicine's Valley Medical Center, shares how hasCancerIQ has helped transform its high-risk program and nearly quadruple its genetic counseling service capacity.
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Webinar: Paper to Tablet to Better Identify High-Risk Patients 

Julie Sieling, Nurse Practitioner at Riverside Healthcare breast center, shares how replacing its paper-based risk assessment process with CancerIQ has helped better identify high-risk patients, maximize genetic counseling productivity, and drive downstream revenue opportunities to help prove the value of its high-risk program.
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