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Sep 20, 2021
There does not exist a cookie-cutter approach to treating patients with cancer, due to a multitude of patient-related factors, such as gender, race, age, biomarkers, and comorbidities. Despite these factors, which may affect how individuals respond to specific therapeutic protocols, there are general guidelines, including those published by the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN),1 which can be used to help guide treatment practices to promote optimal clinical outcomes. Although clinicians have access to these guidelines and are aware of which treatment regimens are generally prescribed to treat specific types of cancer, they do not have insights into how other clinicians are treating similar cases.
Data aggregation and management challenges for community oncology practices are becoming more complicated with the advent and application of precision medicine. As advances are made in clinical molecular technologies, and the volume, velocity, and value of this data increases, adjustments must be made to incorporate informatics approaches to inform data-driven decision-making through robust and reliable integration of multiple heterogeneous data sources into one consolidated analytics platform.
Historically, the focus and associated applications have been solely comprised of data stored in structured fields. However, in the oncology universe, traditional electronic medical records do not capture all the disparate and detailed information related to a patient’s specific oncology case.
May 2021 | Oncology Practice Management
Once patients are diagnosed with cancer, they begin their journey by forming new relationships with a multidisciplinary healthcare team that will support them during various points along the way. The definition of the patient journey has been broadened to answer important questions on how patients enter the healthcare system.
May 18, 2020
Precision medicine is especially promising in oncology care, but the massive amounts of data that exists – often in silos – makes it challenging for clinicians to take full advantage of potential insights that can lead to individualized patient care.
Dec 11, 2019
With more healthcare systems adopting and implementing precision medicine informatics (PMI) initiatives today, healthcare leaders are looking for insights around the emerging field to ensure they get the most value from their informatics investments from a diagnostic, clinical and financial data perspective.
Mar 11, 2019 | MedCity News
To unlock the true value of population health for cancer care, you need the "Holy Grail" of healthcare: clinical information from EHRs, diagnostics and genomic data from labs and pathology departments, and financial data from the billing side.
Jan 17, 2019
XIFIN, Inc. today unveiled VisualStrata®, the only precision medicine informatics platform that curates and visualizes diagnostic, clinical and financial data to document the patient journey through diagnosis, treatment and outcomes.