We Get Results That Achieve Your Goals For Growth
The HealthAware Oncology Program is an important tool for assisting in early detection of cancer and the appropriate treatment. The service ties marketing to an "Early Detection and Prevention Center, " then ultimately to your hospitals clinical intake process.
HealthAwares innovative suite of early detection systems gets proven results by meeting or exceeding your expectations for growth.
How? By inspiring at-risk, pre-first episodic patients to visit your web site and use your HealthAware online risk assessment program. This leads directly to more traffic through your hospital, which means more procedures and greater patient revenue. We accomplish this in five easy steps.
STEP 1 We help you launch the HealthAware Oncology diagnostic system on your hospital web site.
STEP 2 You promote this exclusive service to the community using high-end marketing materials that are proven to inspire and motivate potential patients to take action.
STEP 3 Patients visit your web site and take the Risk Assessment evaluation. If it is determined the patient should seek treatment, they are offered a free consultation with a hospital clinician.
STEP 5 The patient meets with a clinician. If the consultation suggests a need for further treatment, your clinician offers to forward the risk assessment results to the patients PCP. Your clinician may also provide a list of questions the patient can ask his PCP. If the patient does not have a PCP, your clinician offers a referral to one of your hospitals staff physicians.
Five easy steps. Its that simple. And it increases patient traffic through your hospital.
Women in the United States get breast cancer more than any other type of cancer, except for skin cancer, and breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in women. It is estimated that nearly 200,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer and more than 40,000 will die. While most equate breast cancer exclusively to women, approximately 1,700 men will be diagnosed with breast cancer. 450 of those diagnosed will die.
Our CancerAware - Breast module includes these risk factors:
• Family history of breast cancer
• Menstrual period history
• Oral contraceptives
• Diethylstilbestrol (DES)
• Hormone replacement therapy
• Fatty diet
• Radiation treatment
• Breast tissue that is dense on a mammogram
• Reproduction history
Except for skin cancer, cancer of the prostate is the most common malignancy in American men. More than 218,000 men in the United States will be diagnosed with prostate cancer this year and nearly 27,000 men will die of prostate cancer.
Our CancerAware – Prostate module includes these risk factors:
• Family history
• Lack of exercise
• Infection or inflammation of the prostate
Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer in the United States and the second leading cause of cancer death. Colon cancer claims the lives of approximately 50,000 men and women each year. Screening methods can pick up the disease at its earliest, most curable stages.
Our CancerAware - Colon module includes these risk factors:
• History of colorectal polyps
• History of inflammatory bowel disease
• Family history
• Fatty diet
• Physical inactivity
• Alcohol intake