January 17, 2019
Transforming the Breast Cancer Screening Experience
In today’s highly mobile and connected world, consumers have grown more accustomed to instantaneous data sharing in other aspects of their lives, and expect the same for their healthcare delivery experiences. We can share just about anything we want with our entire network with a few clicks; unless it’s our health data.
Take breast health as one example. Statistics show that 60 million women in the United States get regular mammograms. Women are increasingly demanding better information and more transparency regarding their breast health, as having access to prior mammograms is critical for accurate and efficient cancer detection.
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