24 January 2018
Clinicians at the Karolinska Institute are using Care Partner and Atmolytics to track progress and identify interventions for patients with Lynch syndrome.
The area of interest is the quality of cancer screening activities undertaken with Lynch syndrome patients. Individuals identified with this syndrome have an 80% chance of developing colon cancer in their lifetime, so colonoscopies are conducted as part of the screening.
The team's reports will focus on screenings or observations that are overdue and the monitoring of conditions. For the first time, they will have a holistic overview of patients, where trends and patterns will be evident.
Read Mark Rogers' latest LinkedIn article about his recent training session with clinicians at the Karolinska Institute.