Salesforce and Color Expand Partnership – Color
During Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month and Breast Cancer Awareness Month we not only raise awareness of these cancers, but also work to turn awareness into action. So as we begin these important months, we are thrilled to announce the expansion of our partnership with Salesforce. Starting today, all US Salesforce employees will have access to Color’s physician-ordered, clinical grade genomic services, board certified genetic counselors, and clinical pharmacists enabling them to better understand their risk for certain hereditary cancers, heart disease, and genes that impact medication response.
Employees and their physicians can use potentially life saving information gained from Color’s services to create action plans that can help prevent, reduce risk, or catch one of the hereditary conditions covered by Color’s tests at an earlier, more treatable stage.
“At Salesforce, we invest in benefits and programs to keep our employees and their families happy and healthy, so they can bring their best selves to work every day.” Said Stan Dunlap, EVP, Global Rewards, Salesforce. “We offer a wide range of programs to enable this and our partnership with Color is a continuation of this investment.” –
“Salesforce continues to be at the forefront in supporting the health and wellbeing of their employees, and Color is proud to expand our partnership to provide innovative benefits to their world class team.” Said Othman Laraki, CEO, Color.
The Salesforce partnership is an example of how Color’s enterprise program can serve the common needs of institutions who manage the health of large populations. Color uses genetics as a foundation to engage employees in their health and connect them to the right care — while delivering insights for a healthier population. Together these types of partnerships are making precision health programs accessible, convenient, and cost effective for everyone.
Color is the leader in delivering precision healthcare through cutting-edge technology. Color makes data-driven health programs such as clinical genetics accessible, convenient, and cost-effective for everyone. Color partners with leading health systems, premier employers, and national health initiatives around the world including the million-person All of Us program by the National Institutes of Health. For more information about Color, visit www.color.com.Tags: Cancer, Enterprise, Genetics, Health, Healthcare