Cancer is increasingly becoming a chronic disease, with 58% of cancer patients surviving for 10 years or more. Clinicians need a better way to communicate with, monitor and follow up their patients remotely. Receiving care that is tailored to a patient’s needs can have a significant impact on their experience and quality of life. This is a key priority for the NHS and is reflected in the self-management pathways being introduced across the UK for breast cancer.
Vinehealth uses a combination of behavioural science and AI to increase the quality of life and survival of cancer patients. Patients can track and optimise their care, record symptom data, side effects, medications and appointments. Through this, it generates valuable real-world data to support health services and drug development.
- Better self-management by cancer patients
- Improves outcomes, including quality of life, satisfaction with care, and survival
- Improves communication between the patient and their clinical team leading to more efficient delivery of care
- Cost saving for clinical providers through more effective triage, better symptom management, reduced emergency presentations