Flatiron Assist™

Decision support designed by clinicians, for clinicians

Thanks to Flatiron Assist’s intuitive design, clinicians can make evidence-based treatment decisions quickly and safely with no need to use a decision tree.

Smart tooling and insights ease your administrative burden

Flatiron Assistcaptures key data points to speed up prior authorizations and surfaces insights to help practices achieve success in value-based arrangements.

The nice thing about Flatiron Assist is that you can get right where you want to go—and get there quickly—without having to dig through an algorithm.

Sylvia Richey, MD
Associate Medical Director, West Cancer Center

Product highlights

  • Trusted clinical content
    Built according to NCCN Guidelines®, Flatiron Assist™ ties to Flatiron’s NCCN® Regimens and supports NCCN® Categories of Preference out of the box for all users.
  • Practice and payer preferences
    Customize pathways on top of the NCCN Guidelines® according to practice- or payer-specific preferences.
  • Seamless workflow
    Oncologists can quickly find the right treatment for their patient and collect clinical data needed to measure concordance, without ever having to leave OncoEMR®.
  • OncoEMR® reporting
    Measure concordance, pathways compliance, and variation in care patterns through the OncoEMR® reporting suite.

Flatiron Assist™: driving value with every treatment decision

Learn how Hematology Oncology Associates of Central New York reduced administrative burden and observed treatment patterns by implementing Flatiron Assist™, the oncology-specific, clinical decision support tool.

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Improvements within six-month observation period
relative use of preferred regimens for small-cell lung cancer
relative use of preferred regimens for esophageal cancer
relative use of preferred regimens for pancreatic cancer

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The patient photos and clinical data appearing on this page are for illustrative purposes only; they are not derived from real patient data.