2 more systems join CancerX

Osara Health in Dover, Del., and Oncology Care Partners in Nashville, Tenn., are the latest two organizations to join CancerX, a digital public-private partnership aiming to boost innovation and reduce cancer-caused deaths.

CancerX is part of the Biden administration's Cancer Moonshot program jointly led by the Moffitt Cancer Center, Digital Medicine Society, Office for the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, and Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health.

"Multi-stakeholder collaboration is critical to harness the potential of digital innovation in the fight against cancer, and we're honored to partner with Oncology Care Partners to achieve the ambitious goals of CancerX," Smit Patel, associate program director, Digital Medicine Society said in a statement. "Through this impressive collaboration, we will establish best practices, build capacity, and demonstrate the impact of innovation on the life of every person on a cancer journey."

This news comes ahead of the next milestone in CancerX timeline, which is to formally announce its accelerator cohort in October. The initiative's first demonstration project is expected to be announced in April 2024.

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