Preventing cancer: Early interventions, actionable results, better health outcomes
Cancer impacts us all– our families, friends, and our employees. So what if you could equip your workforce with actionable insights that could get upstream of high-burden, preventable cancers?
Knowing is everything, but for many, it can be difficult to take the first steps of understanding your overall risk when it comes to cancer. Declines in preventive care compliance over the past several years have driven increases in cancer prevalence and higher rates of late-stage cancer diagnoses. For most employers, cancer costs in 2022 overtook all other conditions as the top driver of employer healthcare spend. And there’s no sign of slowing down– 68% of employers anticipate seeing higher prevalence of late-stage cancers within their populations due to delayed screenings from the pandemic.
Professor of Medicine, Epidemiology, and Population Health
Stanford University School of Medicine
Alicia Zhou, PhD
Chief Scientific Officer at Color Health
Jason Abrams, VP
GM of Enterprise at Color Health
Given these worrisome trends, employers need to take systematic and proactive approaches to provide holistic prevention support across their workforces. In this program, you’ll learn:
- The current challenges in preventive care, cancer screening and the downstream impacts– both on employee health and costs for the employer
- How population health programs and more convenient screening can help employers better identify current and potential health risks for cancer and other inherited conditions