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Keeping Patients with Cancer at Home with 45% Fewer Admissions

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For people going through chemotherapy, balancing treatments with tracking medications and symptoms at home can be overwhelming. One misstep, such as not drinking enough water or missing a temperature reading, can lead to an unexpected trip to the ED or a hospital admission. By proactively monitoring patients and reaching out to help them manage chemo-related … Continue reading “Keeping Patients with Cancer at Home with 45% Fewer Admissions”

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Despite Insurance Coverage, At-Risk People Not Getting Life-Saving Lung Cancer Screenings

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommends that patients eligible for lung cancer screening receive a low-dose CT scan to screen for lung cancer each year. Our study includes 381,849 patients eligible for lung cancer screening per USPSTF guidelines who have insurance coverage for a CT lung cancer...

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