HealthHelp educates providers across all involved specialties to provide high quality cancer care through the entire life cycle of Oncology diagnosis, simulation, optimization, and surveillance.

Annual Cost of Cancer Care in the US

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Comprehensive End-to-End Cancer Management Program

Our consultative process results in:

  • Elimination of guesswork during diagnosis and treatment.
  • Appropriate use of radiographic, biomarker, molecular risk assessment, genetic, and other testing.
  • Unification of primary care, radiation and medical oncology, and surgical specialties to better coordinate a patient’s cancer care.
  • Assurance of care continuity through triage to wellness services, care advocates, and palliative care as appropriate.
  • Identification of at-risk patients through advanced treatment planning, bridging gap between screening/diagnostics and treatment planning.
  • Increased clinical efficiency, generating operational and financial savings for providers and payors, with up to 20% immediate impact on utilization-related spend.
  • Quality outcomes and reduced complications.

Comprehensive Oncology ConsultThe Right Procedure at the Right Place at the Right Time

Patient Clinical Information*

  • Patient Diagnosis or Clinical Indication
  • Treatment Requested
  • Radiation Number of Fractions
  • Total Radiation Dose
  • Cycle Length
  • Number of Cycles Requested
  • Prior Surgical Intervention
  • Metastasis
  • Prior Radiation Treatment
  • Prior Chemotherapy
  • Cancer Staging
  • Dose per Fraction
  • Type of Radiation Therapy
  • Prior Surgical Intervention
  • Prior Radiation Treatment
  • Automated Decision Support

    Providers submit procedure requests. If the treatment meets evidence-based criteria, it is automatically approved.

     

    If the treatment falls outside of pre-set clinical guidelines, it is sent to nurse review.

    Specialty Nurse Consult

    HealthHelp nurses evaluate requests and provide approvals for treatments within clinical guidelines. For procedures that fall outside of these criteria, nurses will discuss an alternative care pathway.

     

    If consensus is not reached, the request is sent for a peer-to-peer consultation.

    Peer-to-Peer Consultation

    A HealthHelp physician reviews the treatment. After consultation with the requesting provider, the procedure will either be changed, not performed, or agreement will not be reached.

Medically Appropriate Procedures*

  • Chemotherapy
  • Intensity-Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT)
  • Brachytherapy (including interstitial, intracavitary, intra-arterial)
  • Biological Agents
  • 2D/3D Conformal Radiation
  • Hormonal therapy
  • Supportive care and ancillaries
  • Prophylactics
  • Screening & imaging
  • Stereotactic Brain & Body Radiosurgery
  • Proton Beam Therapy

Additional Care Consultation*

  • Palliative care
  • Precision testing
  • Genetic testing
  • Growth factor support
  • Treatment planning decisions
  • Supportive care/pain management considerations

*Lists not comprehensive

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