Bring your care home—safely and effectively.

For the right patients, home-centered care is appropriate care.

While home-centered cancer care is not ideal for all cancer patients, it has been proven in recent studies and market trials to be remarkably effective.

Research published by the University of Utah Huntsman Cancer Institute and by Penn Medicine shows demonstrates that home-centered care is equal in quality and safety, preferred as an experience, and drives significant reductions in treatment-linked hospitalizations and 
ED visits.

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Decrease in unplanned hospital stays over 30 days for patients who received cancer care at home.


University of Utah Huntsman Cancer Institute
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Of cancer drugs given at home.


Penn Medicine
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Patients received cancer care at home in 2021.


Penn Medicine
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Fewer ER vists.


University of Utah Huntsman Cancer Institute
The Evidence for Home-Centered Cancer Care

New streams of data and insight can improve your team’s care.

Home-centered care is a complement to the care you and your team give, not a replacement. Reimagine Care provides valuable new streams of data—from remote monitoring and patient reported outcomes—that can give you a better picture of your patients’ real-world behaviors.

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