Mary Mulcare, MD, Summus Chief Medical Officer
Specialists, such as oncologists, provide critical guidance, care, and support for those on a cancer journey, but for patients, lengthy wait times, physician shortages, and other factors can make it more difficult to get timely information.
Virtual care can address many of these challenges by accelerating access to specialists and who can answer any health question—and at any point in one’s journey.
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Today, cancer has become the leading healthcare cost driver for employers. National expenditures on cancer treatments are expected to grow to $245 billion by 2030. Increased cancer care costs, combined with a recent increase in late-stage cancer diagnoses, require more resources—and demonstrate a growing need for virtual care solutions that expedite access to comprehensive and personalized care.
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