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NCCN Continues to Expand into Additional HIT Tools

Flatiron Health Announces Clinical Decision Support Application through Epic’s App Orchard

Flatiron Health, a healthcare technology company focused on accelerating cancer research and improving patient care, announces the availability of its clinical decision support and pathways application, Flatiron Assist™, in the App Orchard. Flatiron Assist™ supports oncologists in selecting therapies in line with best clinical practices, including the NCCN Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology (NCCN Guidelines®), and in identifying potentially relevant clinical trials.

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Roche Launches NAVIFY Guidelines App to Help Clinicians Easily Access, Personalize and Document Latest Guidance for Patients with the Most Common Cancers 

Roche recently announced the release of its latest app as part of the NAVIFY Decision Support portfolio. The NAVIFY Guidelines app embeds the latest NCCN Guidelines® covering the four most common cancers within NAVIFY Tumor Board. When opening a patient case, the app identifies the appropriate guidelines based on the patient's cancer type. Clinicians can then select the intended pathway, easily click through the digitized decision tree or flowchart and personalize individual steps for a specific patient. The pathway is accessible to all tumor board participants, and can be exported to include in the practice’s EMR system, send to patients, or submit for reimbursement approval by payers.

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Outcomes4Me and the National Comprehensive Cancer Network Collaborate to Bring Personalized Clinical Guidelines to Breast Cancer Patients Globally

Outcomes4Me Inc. and the National Comprehensive Cancer Network® (NCCN®) announced today a new collaboration to integrate the NCCN Guidelines for Breast Cancer into the Oucomes4Me mobile application. The collaboration leverages Outcomes4Me’s personalized platform to enable millions of breast cancer patients worldwide to have access to up-to-date, evidence-based information on treatment options in a patient-friendly design and language.

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NCCN works with organizations through permissions and licensing arrangements to permit the use of NCCN Content in commercial products, including Health Information Technologies (HIT). Click here to view the official licensees of NCCN Content for use in HIT. NCCN works to inform and regularly notifies these organizations of updates to the NCCN Content contained in these technologies so as to ensure that the NCCN Content represented in the tools is up-to-date and consistent with what is published on NCCN.org.