Vignet offers users its Cancer Concierge mobile and Web solution, which, said the company, "fills the huge unmet need for cancer prevention and early detection." Using this tool, the company aims to identify the gaps in the cancer care continuum. The company is known for offering medical device integration capabilities, and in this case, the program helps patients follow instructions given by their doctor. "Sometimes, with the number of interactions or medications for cancer patients, there can be gaps in care, so [Vignet] is trying to manage that and help with care coordination," said health IT blogger Shahid Shah. The app reports back to the oncologist, for example, allowing the doctor to see problems and steps happening on the patient's end. "It makes sure there's a direct communication between the two so things are working well with devices and all that," said Shah.
Pictured above is the login screen for the Vignet Cancer Concierge Service.