High Risk Triage

Simple Screening Solution for Clinicians

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Screening Tools for Identifying High Risk Patients

Utilize Progeny’s High Risk Triage workflows designed to efficiently identify patients for referral to genetic counseling and/or testing. Patients complete an online questionnaire at home or via tablet in the waiting room prior to the appointment. Progeny then compares their personal and family history of cancer against referral criteria for genetic counseling and/or testing. View or print the results for your staff to act on immediately. Learn more about our risk screening questionnaires for breast cancer, colorectal cancer and other hereditary cancer syndromes.

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Patient Completes Questionnaire Prior to Appointment

Patients can fill out the questionnaire on a tablet or kiosk in the waiting room or online before the visit.

Use Standard or Custom Questionnaires

Our standard templates are ready-to-go or premium users can design custom questionnaires as needed.

Auto Assess Risk for Referral

Risk models are run automatically upon completion to identify at risk patients.

Increase Downstream Referrals

Our efficient workflow allows you to schedule and refer more patients for counseling and testing.

Increase Accuracy of Family History Data

Patients completing questionnaires on their own time provide more accurate and complete family health information.

Save Time on Data Entry

Data entered by the patient is available immediately with no need for re-entry. Your time can be focused on consultation.

Easy to Use for Patients

Very easy to follow interface designed for speed, clarity and flexibility. Patients only see what they need to based on their responses.

Secure and Compliant

All data and communication is secure and encrypted, in compliance with HIPAA guidelines.

Progeny Clinical Included to Manage Patient Data

All the features of Progeny Clinical are included with each triage questionnaire, and all patient data can be immediately viewed and modified by staff.

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