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Solutions for
Integrated Delivery Networks

Integrated Delivery Networks (IDNs) seek standardization of care,
the ability to provide the right services at the right time to their patients
and a platform for physician engagement across the entire system.
The OncoLens platform offers value-based healthcare advantages for IDNs,
and the patients, and populations they serve.
IDN customers utilize OncoLens to:
  • Effectively and accurately manage and coordinate care across healthcare practitioners and facilities to capture the full medical history of patients including data that may be outside the IDN
  • Centralize physician alignment, education, and treatment therapy awareness
  • Coordinate and improve best practices across hospitals, and other facilities, including the dissemination of care pathways
  • Patient identification for clinical trials and other key services from across the network
  • Obtain patient data and informatics in areas ranging from patient leakage and case loss to referral patterns in geographical regions and patient populations

Enterprise Network

Multi-Disciplinary Planning Within Your IDN

  • Break down restrictions in data sharing and collaboration
  • Create centers of excellence and expert groups accessible across your IDN

  • Identify patients and drive referrals to the services provided within individual facilities (e.g., clinical trials, CAR-T therapies, radiation services, etc.)
  • Track patients across the entire network and reduce patient leakage
One cancer center increased referrals by 40% and realized an extra $1.2M in net revenue using OncoLens.

Customer Highlights

Wellstar Health System
Wellstar Health System

Customer Highlight

WellStar Health System and OncoLens Partner to Obtain
Cancer Care Efficiencies and NAPRC Accreditation

With 13 different recurring cancer conferences across the health system and a rapidly growing patient population, Leigh Webb, WellStar’s Cancer Data Quality and Accreditation Manager, found the amount of manual work involved in managing the tumor board conferences and accreditation reports overwhelming. She knew it was time to rethink the way the health system prepared for and conducted its multi-specialty conferences. That’s when she engaged OncoLens.
“One of the best things about using the OncoLens platform to manage our tumor board conferences and accreditation efforts is the fact that everything sits in one place. Everyone knows exactly what needs to be done by when. They can easily upload their slides, and we don’t have to create PowerPoint presentations for every case. The whole process is much more streamlined, and we can focus on the patient, not the paperwork.” said Webb.
Wellstar Health System
Wellstar Health System

Customer Highlight

Ascension Lourdes Expands Tumor Board Participation
Resulting in More Referrals

Ascension Lourdes
As a part of one of the largest health systems in the country, Lourdes prides itself on delivering the highest quality cancer care, and as a result is constantly seeking ways to make their “best practices better.”
The cancer team at Ascension Lourdes Regional Cancer Center wanted to access Primary care physicians (PCPs) knowledge along with insights from other specialists when discussing the patient’s case in their tumor board conferences, believing that a more holistic view of the patient would lead to better outcomes for their patients they serve.
According to Stacie Hansen, Service Line Leader of Oncology at Lourdes, “Being able to easily invite and engage with virtually any physician or specialist in our tumor board conferences with the OncoLens platform has been a game changer for us. Before OncoLens, we struggled to get engagement from PCPs mainly because of their busy schedules.”
Hansen went on to say that one of the unexpected benefits of having a way to easily engage PCPs and other specialists in their cancer care treatment planning was the increase in referrals the organization experienced. “By being able to invite and easily connect virtually with the patient’s primary care physician, we are building stronger relationships with the PCPs in our community.”

Results of a Multi-state, Multi-institution Implementation of OncoLens

Through an analysis of 8,000 providers across the US and more than 13,700 patient cases, it was determined that OncoLens enables cancer programs to effectively collect quality metrics for cancer program accreditation by the American College of Surgeons.
80% of case presentations were prospective. Participating cancer centers saw a
65 to 90% reduction in time spent for case preparation.

Build Your Next Level Multidisciplinary Cancer Care Platform

Explore the OncoLens Modules
OncoLens platform offers the next level of multidisciplinary cancer care, consisting of seven integrated modules, to ensure a single source of information. IDNs can customize a solution that meets the highest levels of network-wide requirements including, but not limited to, security, informatics, insights and quality outcomes.

OncoLens Molecular

Store, search and research recommendations and pathways by biomarker alterations. Create your own searchable IP that can be shared across your network of affiliates.

OncoLens Integrate

Integrate patient data across EMR and lab systems.

OncoLens Collaborate

Real-time asynchronous collaboration across all care settings.

OncoLens Analyze and Patient Finder

Tap into your data to find new opportunities for revenue or report on your quality improvement initiatives and accreditation needs. Utilize OncoLens to track and identify patients missed along the treatment journey.

OncoLens Secure SSO

Increase ease of use and security with single-sign-on (SSO).

OncoLens Image Share

Share, store and review radiology images on a single digital platform across the network.

OncoLens Conference

Next level management of cancer conferences, multi-disciplinary team meetings and clinical decision making.
OncoLens has really helped turn our conference around. We were not getting much physician involvement, zero Radiology participation and minimal Pathology involvement (really just reading path reports). Now we have MUCH more physician involvement, we’ve gone from almost no discussion to meaningful/robust discussions. Our Radiologist remotes in and shares from PACS and our Pathology team is uploading images. We’ve come full 180 with the help of OncoLens.
Alex Siebels, Manager Radiation Oncology, Methodist Freemont Hospital – part of Nebraska Methodist Health

Get the Proof: Next Level Multidisciplinary Cancer Care

OncoLens Conference and Collaborate Immediately Improve Quality
OncoLens delivers real-time efficiency and standardization for care teams as they prepare for and conduct virtual, in-person, and hybrid cancer conferences. A comprehensive patient view including pathology, radiology and molecular testing is available to all care team members.


increase in the number of quality cases discussed per cancer conference


increase in patient access to multidisciplinary discussions


increase in physician and care team engagement


increase in quality review per case


increase in multidisciplinary cancer care team efficiency and coordination

Dive Deeper in OncoLens Care Foundation Modules

OncoLens Conference

Healthcare practitioners and facilities that are a part of an IDN need to manage and coordinate patients care effectively and accurately.
OncoLens Conference:
  • Captures the full medical history of the patients
  • Automatically identifies best practice protocols for the patient under discussion—including evidence-based guidelines, clinical trials, customized pathways, and latest research—and delivers these insights directly within the workflow
  • Eliminates the back and forth required with pathology and radiology by automating the data collection workflow
  • Streamlines administrative tasks, automatically marking and generating attendance reports required for accreditation
  • Prompts the team to consider the various quality metrics important to the condition being discussed
  • Supports the development and dissemination of disease specific care pathways and protocols across the network

OncoLens Collaborate

OncoLens Collaborate enables asynchronous submission and case review and supports sharing of multiple modalities, including PACS studies, pathology images, and test results.
Secure, real-time patient case collaboration, inside and outside of your Oncology program, builds relationships that can:
  • Centralize control of physician and patient data
  • Improve physician engagement and alignment
  • Double guideline adherence
  • Increase clinical trial participation

Securely Bringing It All Together

OncoLens Integrate, Secure SSO and Image Share ensure interoperability for multidisciplinary cancer care teams to perform at peak levels with secure and comprehensive patient information. Together, these modules deliver actionable informatics, next level collaboration, and targeted clinical decision making. Protocol adherence and patient outcomes can be evaluated by IDN providers through shared electronic health record systems.

Learn More About
Interoperability Modules

OncoLens Integrate

The Integrate module delivers EMR and Cancer Registry integration.
This unprecedented combination of clinical and cancer conference data supports ease of accreditation reporting for Commission on Cancer (CoC), National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC), National Accreditation Program for Rectal Cancer (NAPRC).
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With EMR integration, cancer care teams have an all-inclusive view of a patient including clinical, lab, genomic and imaging information to support clinical decisions.

OncoLens’ EMR Solution is Proven,
Flexible and Compliant.

OncoLens’ EMR integration has exceeded my expectations. It has virtually eliminated redundant data entry, freeing up more time for multidisciplinary patient care.
— Hannah Acton, Tumor Board Coordinator
UK Markey Cancer Center

OncoLog and CRStar are among OncoLens’ cancer registry integration partners that deliver dramatic results. OncoLens’ NAACCR reports are compatible with most registry software.
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The American College of Surgeons (ACS) and the Commission on Cancer (CoC) advocate for concurrent abstracting and more timely submissions, but cancer programs, specifically registry teams, struggle to find innovative ways to meet this demand.
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OncoLens Integration customers can REDUCE CASE FINDING TIME BY AN AVERAGE OF 40%.

Ascension St. Thomas
More than 80%  of the new cancer cases imported into CRStar were “Ready to Abstract.”

OncoLens Secure SSO

OncoLens Secure SSO enables single sign on (SSO) capabilities through your active directory. SSO authentication is a clear win for clinicians.
Not only does it enhance security, it:
  • Facilitates technology adoption across clinicians
  • Streamlines the workflow
  • Supports and ensures compliance
  • Amplifies automation across systems
  • Helps improve clinicians’ perceptions of technology deployments and IT

OncoLens Image Share

One of the biggest barriers to multidisciplinary treatment planning is the ability to securely share radiology studies with peers and care team members. For cancer programs that require enhanced capabilities to upload, share, store, and comment on digital images, we offer OncoLens Image Share.
This module enables DICOM image imports from local drives, PACS, CDs, or through a direct gateway. Images are viewed through our web-based 510(k) FDA class II diagnostic viewer, which is fully integrated into the OncoLens Platform.

Rapid Access to Patient Informatics
and Accreditation

OncoLens understands that IDNs are in a unique position to monitor and gain deep insights into the health of individual patients and regional populations, which helps them improve the quality of care and their own performance as healthcare providers.
With the OncoLens’ Analyze and Patient Finder and Molecular modules IDNs have access to comprehensive reporting, proprietary patient finder technology, and multidisciplinary reporting.

OncoLens Analyze and Patient Finder

OncoLens Analyze and Patient Finder solutions help cancer programs find a shorter and more rapid path to accreditation, clinical trial matching and quality improvement.
Our accreditation solutions include standardized, automated, and downloadable reports for CoC, NAPBC and NAPRC accreditation.
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This module gives you the visibility into key hidden metrics within your clinical data. Data that can be powerful when aggregated to provide insights. These include assessments of factors such as:
  • Time from diagnosis to case review
  • Percentage of patients with biomarker testing and results at the time of initial treatment planning
  • Number of patients referred to clinical trials
  • Time from case review and treatment planning to treatment initiation
  • Number of multidisciplinary team discussions during treatment
  • Number of patients referred to key services like CAR-T and specialty therapies

OncoLens Molecular

Easily engage molecular pathologists, specialists, and external experts to guide and inform precision medicine discussions. Genomic data from NGS (next generation sequencing) reports can often be hard to interpret and visualize clearly. OncoLens Molecular assists in the clearer visualization and assessment of genomic data, alongside the patient’s clinical data and studies.
With OncoLens Molecular, care teams can:
  • View integrated NGS test results in structured fields
  • Harness the power of their prior treatment plans and discussions to guide future decisions
  • Easily engage molecular pathologists and external experts to guide case discussions
  • View best practices and links to actionable therapies narrowed down by alteration/variant type
  • View clinical trial matches from OncoLens’ AI driven clinical trial matching engine or those suggested by NGS partners

Next Level Clinical Trial Referrals

The clinical trial matching capabilities within OncoLens are embedded directly into the native workflow. Results are presented in real-time and are based on the individual patient case. Additional dynamic sort layers help you curate a list of available trials based on your patient population, location, and preferences.
Delivers interactive, real-time search capability at the case level
As clinicians are discussing a case, the OncoLens system is providing the latest clinical trial opportunities based on search parameters, in real-time within the workflow.
Uses NLP to drive matching and eligibility
We make sense of structured and unstructured data so that clinical trials are prioritized based on the patient and the context embedded within the case.
Enables geo-location, dynamic sorting and the ability to limit results based on a desired distance
You can restrict and expand the clinical trials presented based on your preferences and the patient’s location.
Provides the ability to sort, pin, and exclude trails to ease search visibility
You can make sure that what is presented reflects your priorities and minimizes data noise.

Schedule a Demo Today to See How Your IDN Can Benefit

Want to learn more about OncoLens IDN solutions?
Reach out to us and schedule a demo. See how OncoLens can bring multidisciplinary cancer care into focus.