Health and Well-Being Program
Active patients get better healthcare. Our 3 Steps Detect Program can save lives and healthcare costs by teaching people how to detect cancer early. Through a combination of instructor-led presentations, webinars, and on-demand elearning, we go beyond traditional cancer prevention to give employees a simple roadmap to early cancer detection.
Program Delivery Options
Programs Start at $500; Tailored to Meet Customer Needs and Budgets
Check with your insurance carrier as they may subsidize this program and it could come at no cost to your company.
An interactive, self-paced, engaging library of micro-courses. Dynamic, easy to use, and accessible on your phone, tablet, or computer.
Live-hosted presentation with interactive activities and engaged learning. Employees can participate from anywhere via various platforms, including Zoom, WebEx, or Microsoft Teams.
In-person, facilitated program to teach 3 Steps Detect. Option for panel featuring cancer survivors who share their lessons learned. Best for groups larger than 20 people. Hosted at your site.
Calling HR Professionals
We make it quick and easy for you to engage your workforce with our program. We provide you with marketing materials, suggested messaging for emails, and communications to help you engage your team throughout the year. Data available to show level of employee engagement.Client Toolkit
The Impact of Early Cancer Detection
There are two paths to early detection, screenings for the six types we can screen for, and for the remaining 100+ types, 3 Steps Detect is vital.
While the most important benefit is lives saved and suffering minimized, detecting cancer early reduces healthcare costs for individuals and your organization.
The Worst Cancer Diagnosis Is a Late One
The 5 Most Common Cancers Diagnosed Annually in the U.S.
Source: American Cancer Society—5-year relative survival rates, using SEER stages, based on people diagnosed with [type] of cancer between 2011 and 2017.
FACT: Experts predict that in less than 10 years, cancer will surpass heart disease as the #1 cause of death in the United States each year. There are many different reasons for cancer deaths, but one of the most important factors is the stage of cancer when it was first detected.
Reducing Healthcare Costs
The Clinical and Economic Benefits of Early Detection
Our team published a scholarly paper in the American University Washington College of Law Health Law & Policy Brief about the clinical and economic benefits of Early Detection and Diagnosis, which we invite you to read.
The COVID-19 Diagnosis Gap
The pandemic created a pressing need for 3 Steps Detect as people delayed cancer screenings and routine appointments and cancer is being diagnosed later, at more advanced stages, when it’s more difficult and expensive to treat and outcomes are less positive.
Hear from surgical oncologist Dr. Peter Deckers.
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