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The Thynk Health platform optimizes data-driven workflows and provides operational and clinical analytics for lung cancer screening programs and other quality initiatives.

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Thynk Health Welcomes Dr. Shawn Regis as Director of Analytics and Clinical Quality Assurance

August 9, 2022, Lexington, KY: Thynk Health is a market-leading platform designed to simplify the management of incidental findings and cancer screening. Seeing exponential growth and continued product innovation, Thynk Health is excited to bring Dr. Shawn Regis to the team as Director of Analytics and Clinical Quality Assurance. “Being involved with lung screening for many …

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Thynk Health Welcomes Jim Farmer as Senior Vice President of Sales 

May 16, 2022, Lexington, KY: Thynk Health, the Complete Incidental Findings, and Cancer Screening Management Solution, welcomes Jim Farmer as Senior Vice President of Sales. With over 30 years of experience in executive management and business thought leadership, Jim excels at creating scalable, sustainable growth for early and growth-stage technology-based companies. Utilizing his strengths as …

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Thynk Drinks – 5/4/2022

Thynk Health invites you to join us for Thynk DrinksMay 4th, 2022 at 12 PM EST Thynk Drinks is a brainstorming, networking and coffee hour for the general public via Zoom to share ideas and best practices for lung cancer screening programs. Who should attend?  If you are a nurse navigator, coordinator or administrator currently …

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JONS: Identifying Best Practices and Gaps in Early-Stage Lung Cancer

Download PDF Thynk Health’s Vice President of Strategic Partnerships & Clinical Liaison, Kim Parham, RN, BSN, CN-BN contributed to the following article in the Journal of Oncology, Navigation and Survivorship. Identifying Best Practices and Gaps in Early-Stage Lung Cancer: From Screening and Early Detection Through Resectable Disease Treatment February 2022 Vol 13, No 2 Lung …

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Thynk Health Automates the Tracking and Management of Incidental Findings Across Major Organs

May 10, 2021 – Lexington, KY: Thynk Health is transforming cancer screening and incidental findings management with the state-of-the-art Enterprise Incidental Findings Tracker.  In the United States, approximately 1.9 million new cancer cases are expected to be diagnosed in 2021 alone. While healthcare systems offer some of the most advanced treatments for cancer in the …

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Build and Grow Your Lung Cancer Screening Management Program

Download White Paper PDF Abstract In 2019, 142,670 Americans died of lung cancer— more than colorectal, breast and prostate cancer combined. Lung cancer remains the leading cause of cancer death. However, according to the American Lung Association (ALA), only 5.7 percent of the estimated 15 million eligible Americans at risk of developing lung cancer will …

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Lung Cancer Screenings Could Double, Is Your Program Prepared?

Lung Cancer Screenings Could Double, Is Your Program Prepared?

Lung Cancer Screenings Could Double, Is Your Program Prepared? The United State Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) issued new guidance on lung cancer screening that could make a significant impact, possibly even saving an additional 60,000 people annually. Lung cancer continues to be the second most common cancer and the leading cause of cancer death …

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