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Giving patients the best possible chance to beat cancer.

CEO Clynt Taylor shares our vision to build one platform for all.

Trapelo Health is a company dedicated to improving outcomes for cancer patients.

Almost everyone at Trapelo Health (formerly Intervention Insights) has a story about a loved one or friend who has been touched by cancer. Our mission is to address the challenges that result from rapid changes in the science, technology and business of next-generation cancer care. To us, that means putting patients first.

We believe our technology platform, Trapelo, is a win-win solution for doctors, labs
and payers that need real-time, evidence-based information and full transparency to make patient-based decisions faster. Everyone wants the best care for cancer patients. By providing access to the latest clinical evidence and facilitating network-wide collaboration, Trapelo makes it possible. 

As part of this commitment, Trapelo is the lead sponsor of the Precision Medicine Podcast, a media platform that brings together industry leaders to help accelerate the effective use of precision medicine for cancer care. 


Learn more about what Trapelo knows:

Which patients to test, which panels to order, and which labs to use
For Oncologists
How to standardize value-based precision medicine across the practice
For Practices
How to drive volume and enhance reimbursement
For Labs
Which tests and treatments are evidence-supported and should be reimbursed
For Payers

See Trapelo in a brief 15-minute demo


Why is oncology care so expensive?

In this episode, retired UnitedHealthcare executive and now Trapelo board member, Dr. Lee Newcomer shares his deep perspective into the complex dynamics behind drug pricing and reimbursement.


Dr. Newcomer began his career as an oncologist. Having witnessed the enormous disparities between cancer care and cost, he made a conscious move to industry and, today, is one of the most recognized  change-makers in healthcare today.

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