increase in the number of quality cases discussed per cancer conference
OncoLens uses advanced natural language processing to aggregate data from across EMR, pathology and radiology systems, converting into structured, relevant data to enable better decision making. Providers who use OncoLens have realized an up to 90% increase in multidisciplinary cancer care team efficiency and coordination and a 33% increase in the number of cases discussed per session.
Collaboration may be in the form of scheduled meetings such as tumor boards or stat-clinics as well as asynchronous events for a second opinion or peer-to-peer consult. Providers who use OncoLens have realized a 50% increase in physician engagement. This extends beyond a facility or a network to secure, real-time collaboration on patient cases outside your health system.
Cancer centers can hardwire the relationship between central and affiliate sites through the platform to increase referrals by up to 40% within the first year.
As cancer centers compete for more patient share, reputation has become essential to ensuring revenue. With OncoLens, cancer centers can increase patient access to multidisciplinary care by more than 50% within the first year. OncoLens helps support the maturity of a cancer center to a center of excellence (geographic, cancer type, procedural). We do this by enabling accreditation, simplifying and streaming reporting and quality measurements, and facilitating the tracking and sharing of best practices and protocols.
Effective communication and cooperation across a multidisciplinary team of providers and the delivery of services in a timely, complimentary way positively impact patient perception. OncoLens enables a pathway to coordinated care that incorporates the patient and helps translate the value of a multidisciplinary cancer care approach to patient engagement and loyalty. At critical steps within the cancer planning and delivery process, OncoLens helps reduce patient leakage and leverages AI-driven technology to ensure that patients are matched to available treatment options within the network. And patient loyalty is improved through survivorship using OncoLens’ fully integrated survivorship planning capabilities.
Cancer is complicated, and so is cancer treatment. The Institute of Medicine recommends a patient-centered, team-based model of care for cancer patients. This is where multidisciplinary cancer (MDC) care comes in. The team approach brings together experts from across disciplines to discuss a patient case, define a care path, and share the latest research and treatments available. But the operationalization of an MDC care approach is challenging. Barriers to data sharing, provider communication and collaboration, and patient visibility have limited the adoption of an MDC approach despite its proven positive impact on patient lives. OncoLens is the first comprehensive cancer care platform designed around multidisciplinary care. The solution amplifies complex decisions and care planning so that the value of the MDC approach reaches from diagnosis through to survivorship.
MDT stands for multidisciplinary team. MDTs help coordinate cancer care and organize experts from across disciplines to assess, plan, and manage a patient’s cancer care journey.
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