Less Care Variability. More Operational Sustainability.

Care variability is costly for payers, their provider networks, and their members—and inconsistent quality and patient outcomes are just the beginning. The complexities introduced by high degrees of care variability can mean a negative impact on members’ health and more costly care.

NantHealth is committed to empowering payers with technology that can rein in care variability and maximize operational sustainability—all while improving patient outcomes.


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Close the Variability Gap, Improve Quality

NantHealth’s Eviti Connect is a cloud-based platform that enables payers to collaborate directly with providers to increase cancer care consistency—thus improving quality of care.

Drawing from a comprehensive library of evidence-based, nationally-recognized cancer treatments and clinical trials, Eviti Connect optionally enables you as a payer to indicate preferred treatment choices based on proven efficacy, cost, and many other criteria—helping to guide providers toward treatments and trials that deliver the highest quality, cost-effective results.


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Make Consistent Care Standard Practice

Encourage Care Consistency

Collaborate more effectively with providers to select cancer treatments that maximize solutions and cost-efficiency.

  • Automate Authorization – Streamline the approval process to start care faster, while reducing administrative burden.
  • Collaborate with Confidence – Evidence-based treatments give all stakeholders peace of mind.
  • Optional Preferences – Indicate to providers which proven treatments and clinical trials you prefer.

References: The Cost per Patient of Deviations from Evidence-based Standards of Oncology Care. Poster session presented at The American Society of Clinical Oncology Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

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Eviti® Connect aligns quality oncology care with appropriate reimbursement

Payers and providers spend a substantial amount of time and resources managing authorizations for oncology treatments. In fact, authorizations are among the most manual and costly administrative transactions for both payers and providers. Medical guidelines for oncology treatments are complex, non-standard, and quickly compound across health plans.

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