OncoLens brings multidisciplinary cancer care into focus.
What We Do
We envision a world where every cancer patient has access to the best possible minds, therapies and innovations in care – in time to make a difference.
– Anju Mathew, Founder and CEO, OncoLens
With OncoLens, we bring together leading edge technology with the smartest minds in cancer care to deliver an innovative platform to support a new generation of cancer centers.
It’s hard to find someone in today’s world that has not been impacted by cancer, either themselves or a loved one. That was the case for OncoLens Co-Founder and CEO, Anju Mathew. Her personal family struggles with cancer brought to life the importance of a multidisciplinary approach to cancer care. As an experienced entrepreneur and technologist, she knew there had to be a better way.
Soon Anju began to collaborate with Dr. Lijo Simpson, a board-certified Hematologist/Oncologist and active participant in various cancer committees. Dr. Simpson understood first-hand the administrative burdens that a multidisciplinary approach to cancer care places on facilities. But he also understood the many advantages this approach brought to care teams and patients.
Together, they knew they could solve the challenges that were placing artificial limitations on the patients who could benefit from multidisciplinary cancer care. Together, they formed OncoLens.
Recent Timeline of OncoLens Milestones
Emory Decatur Nurse Navigators present results of utilization of OncoLens to streamline LDCT screening process at Oncology Nurse Navigator Conference, Austin TX
Received Exceptional Research award at AONN, for work done in streamlining cancer conferences at Emory Decatur Hospital
Dr. Simpson, OncoLens Chief Medical Officer, presents at ACCC Business Summit, in Washington D.C., establishing thought leadership in modern technology and clinical outcomes
OncoLens selected as one among 30 showcase companies selected from hundreds of innovative young businesses from across the SouthEast at Venture Atlanta
Launched Survivorship care plan module
Celebrated three-year anniversary of first customer, successfully completes CoC accreditation survey
Who We Serve
Lower cognitive load, ease coordination, access a single, comprehensive patient view, enable precision medicine, leverage clinical trial matching, and ease outreach for second opinions and insights
Improve care coordination and patient outcomes, lower administrative demands and free-up time for patient care; manage patient tracking and survivorship care plans
Cancer Center Administrators
Improve the quality of care, ensure accreditation, and streamline referrals across the network
Reduce time spent on data collection, case finding and conference planning, assign more cases per conference, and ease reporting to facilitate accreditation
We work with many leading cancer centers nationwide.
Here is a sample of our great customers.
Hear what our customers are saying
“It was taking about 10 hours per conference to ensure conferences were a success. With OncoLens, the time taken for a single conference has been reduced to around one hour.”
– Chryl Corizzo, Clinical Quality Coordinator, St. Tammany Cancer Center