Duration: 45 minutes
Cancer is a leading cause of death in the US, and healthcare spending related to cancer is projected to reach $246 billion by 2030. To tackle the increasing costs of cancer, large employers and funds need effective programs that can improve clinical outcomes and reduce expenses for their workforce. To do this effectively, employers cannot solely rely on a cure or breakthrough treatments. The most effective levers you can pull for your clients today are early detection and prevention. Join us for an informational session to learn how Color's Cancer Prevention and Screening Program in Partnership with the American Cancer Society can help your clients move detection of cancer from Stage IV to Stage I to reduce cancer-related spend and extend population survival.