Empowering the oncology community to improve quality of care and patient outcomes through transformational data analytics.
Conquering Cancer Through Research, Education, and Promotion of the Highest Quality Patient Care
The mission of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) drives its numerous initiatives, and CancerLinQ is one of our most ambitious. This program was created to give oncologists a robust quality monitoring system that collects and analyzes data from all patient encounters. But it also gives us the ability to learn from every one of them so that we can deliver to our patients the highest possible quality of care.
We continue to promote and provide for lifelong learning for oncology professionals, and we will always support cancer research. But CancerLinQ allows us to build on our global network of oncology expertise so that we can make a tangible difference in the lives of people with cancer.
CancerLinQ LLC is a subsidiary of the American Society of Clinical Oncology established for the development and operation of the CancerLinQ initiative. CancerLinQ is a health information technology platform aimed at enhancing and improving the understanding and treatment of cancer. The team is comprised of staff focused solely on CancerLinQ—a team dedicated to using big data to help conquer cancer. CancerLinQ LLC has two offices—the main office collocated with ASCO in Alexandria, VA and a second office in San Francisco, CA.
Shaping the future of cancer care through data-driven innovation.
CancerLinQ™ is a system that continually learns from itself and enables change:
- Tracks the quality of care in real time to ensure patients get all the care they need and none they don’t
- Gains insights from de-identified data on thousands of patients, potentially identifying important trends and increasing the confidence of care decisions
- Visualizes patients’ medical histories in powerful new ways
Shoppers have Amazon. Students have Google. Oncologists will have CancerLinQ.– CNN
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Why We Care
I care because I can put the skills that I have developed over the course of my education and career to an endeavor that has a big vision and can make a big impact to fellow human beings who have cancer.- Anil Nair, Chief Technology Officer