Navigating cancer

Cancer impacts millions of lives, with roughly 1.9 million new diagnoses per year in the U.S. alone. It’s the second-leading cause of death in our country and the No. 1 healthcare cost driver for many employers. Through comprehensive navigation and care coordination, Quantum Health helps improve clinical and financial outcomes of cancer, ensuring members get the care they need while reducing the burden on self-insured employers.

Patient with her doctor going over treatment plans

Guidance, expertise and emotional support

Before he was even old enough to drive, Landen Smith was diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma — a rare and aggressive cancer of the bone and soft tissues. Facing a long and stressful recovery process, Landen’s family turned to Quantum Health for support throughout every step of his journey.

Landen in a Superman outfit flexing his muscles

Breakthrough specialty-condition management for members fighting cancer

We launched our first “Premier Solution” – hyper-specialized benefit services designed to help employers and their members tackle the most complex and costly conditions. Learn how this innovative solution builds on navigation to help employees and their loved ones battle cancer.

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of employers still anticipate increased late-stage cancer diagnoses due to pandemic-delayed screenings¹


of employers report cancer as top cost driver¹

1 in 3

cancer patients do not receive appropriate care²

Seven ways to create better cancer outcomes

Employers are continually searching for new ways to reduce the impact of cancer. We created a checklist outlining seven steps you can take to enhance your benefits plan while ensuring your employees have access to the best possible care.

a doctor consulting their patient.
Case study

Enhancing cancer strategies: Insurance provider uses navigation to provide personalized support

As cancer treatments grow more effective, they’re also growing more complex and costly. One of the nation’s largest publicly traded insurance companies wanted to control cancer-related claims costs while ensuring every member was guided to the best possible care.

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1. Business Group on Health. 2024 Large Employer Health Care Strategy Survey. August 2023.
JAMA, April 9, 2019, Volume 321, Number 14.​