Patient and plan data is first checked for accuracy, and then clinical expertise is employed to determine if the treatment plan is evidence-based, medically justified, or requires further discussion. Afterwards, the plan is assigned an Eviti code or an alternative treatment plan is suggested. This thorough process is indicative of NantHealth and Eviti’s commitment to high-quality, high-value care.

30%

Percent of cancer patients, on average, currently receiving care inconsistent with evidence-based medical guidelines

Eviti Connect Clinical Review Process

When a physician-recommended oncology treatment plan isn’t automatically approved within Eviti, it enters a rigorous clinical review process to determine that the proposed treatment regimen is the best fit for a particular patient.

Fact Sheet

Get the Facts: Eviti® Personalized Evidence-Based Medicine Library and Clinical Trials Database

Learn more about the evidence-based medical library that drives Eviti.

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