We increase adherence to

guideline-based treatments.

The Navya Cancer Data Model empowers payors to streamline prior authorization for oncologists and patients facing complex medical decisions.

Our Impact

At the 2020 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting, we presented the following results from use of the Navya Cancer Data Model:

  1. 15% increase in on-the-ground compliance with guidelines.

  2. 50% of non-guideline adherent treatment plans were changed.

Our Payor Products

Case Based Search

A payor can directly enter the patient’s medical case into Case Based Search, or with the help of Navya analysts. At the click of a button, Case Based Search uses Navya’s Evidence and Experience Engines to search Navya’s database and return a list of treatments for a patient that are consistent with guidelines and experience at tertiary care centers.

The treatments are ranked by quality of trial, strength of endpoints, sample size, effect size, match of the patient with demographic data, and other factors. This allows payors to access Navya’s wealth of expertise at the point of care to assess different treatments’ applicability to a patient.


The Navya ExpertApp enables quick, asynchronous, virtual collaboration between a multidisciplinary group of experts to arrive at a single treatment recommendation for a patient. Payors can send cases to experts on the ExpertApp to resolve complex cases where patients are seeking new therapies.

The ExpertApp uses templates to summarize a patient’s medical case in a highly structured format and presents experts with a choice of experience and guideline based treatment options generated by Navya’s clinical informatics system. Using preset weights for each expert, based on specialization, experience, and expertise, the ExpertApp’s reconciliation algorithms build a consensus opinion.

This allows payors to make an individualized review on a complex medical case from an objective group of experts in a rapid, seamless manner.