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Mammogram Screenings and Impact Assessments

Measure impact before guidelines become policy

Let's take a look at women's health.

New recommendations for Breast cancer screening emerged in March 2023. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommends mammograms every 2 years for women starting at age 40. You can assess the impact of this change before these guidelines are formalized into policies.


See how health data can tell you:

  • What is the compliance with existing guidelines?
  • What is the eligible population impacted by the change?
  • What is the potential cost to a plan for this change?
  • What part of this population was ALREADY receiving mammograms? Why?

See insights from this study on an employed population.

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Mammogram Screenings and Impact Assessments