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Expedite cancer patient care with a trusted partner.

Studies have shown that a delay in treatment is potentially detrimental to a cancer patient’s survival. Research done by the BMJ states that every month a patient is delayed treatment may negatively impact their outcome by 10%. The national average from diagnosis to treatment at large medical centers is approximately six weeks, but with the right partner you can help your patients get the care they need faster.

Many patients have complex needs and have had a high volume of tests completed at different facilities, requested by several physicians. It’s daunting to have your staff, or your patients track down all the images, pathology materials, and medical records that are vital for your staff to have meaningful first appointments to make a proper diagnosis and treatment plan.

We reduce your administrative burdens by bringing together an advanced technology platform and compassionate team of experts to quickly gather and deliver critically important medical histories so your patients can quickly get back on the road to recovery.

The right partner acts as an extension of your team to help you:

By having patient information streamlined and correctly mapped from one organization to the next, the end decision makers will be able to view the complete medical history and make data-backed decisions.

Let eHealth Technologies be your trusted partner. We’ll absorb the administrative burdens so that your clinician teams can focus on delivering superior patient care.

Don’t take our word for it. See how we’ve been able to help organizations like yours improve the patient experience and streamline workflows:

Customer Testimonials

“It’s a minimum expectation that we would have a complete record, allowing for a productive and meaningful first appointment. Before working with eHealth Technologies, we weren’t able to do that.”

“After implementation, surgical oncology patients were able to have lifesaving surgery they needed sooner and the average time from initial appointment to surgery reduced from 19 days to just under a week”

Administrator, Surgical Oncology department, Midwestern Academic Medical Center

“eHealth Technologies has made things so much easier.”

Barbara Higgins, CNS, Oncology Nurse Navigator, UH Seidman Cancer Center

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