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Does your plan have a geneticist in a clinical leadership position?



Do the codes used by your genetic testing laboratories match the tests performed?


Does your plan have an efficient process for reviewing the clinical appropriateness of genetic tests?


Do your plan’s medical policies incorporate genetic counseling requirements?

What insights have you missed?

Throughout this Trends, Translated series, health plan leaders have been shedding light on how prepared their plans are for the future of cancer care.

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#1 ADDING MULTISPECIALTY EXPERTISE

#2 ADAPTING TO NEW TREATMENTS

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