Guidance throughout your cancer journey
Strategic treatment roadmap
Finding all viable options, based on the patient’s diagnosis and preferences.
Generating a patient-friendly and medically-persuasive report, supervised by an oncologist.
Report walkthrough call with a cancer expert to review and explain the options, answer questions and empower patients to plan the next steps.
Implementation & Support
A support team assisting patients and caregivers in communicating, accessing, and implementing the chosen plan of action.
Email/phone support line answering questions from patients, caregivers, and medical teams.
Weekly/monthly and targeted check-ins to review the patient’s progress and relevant new medical findings.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does Sagely Health service include?
Sagely Health offers expert cancer guidance on your side at all times. By speaking with you and gathering necessary medical information, we perform detailed research for all viable treatment options and prepare a detailed report of these options, which is patient-friendly and medically-persuasive for oncologists. We then meet to review and explain the options, answer questions, and plan the next steps. However, we do not provide medical treatment directly nor replace your medical team.
How much does the service cost?
The Sagely Health cancer expert service costs $3,200 plus $600 per month, with three months’ minimum commitment.
Does insurance cover the service?
At this time, health insurance does not cover this type of service. However, you can use your Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Spending Account (FSA) to pay for the service.
Do you offer financial assistance?
We do offer financial assistance. Please contact us through the following link. We will send you a financial assistance application form and will be asking for more details about your financial situation and any extenuating circumstances. We will do our best to help.
Why the three months’ minimum commitment?
Sagely Health cancer expert service is designed to support a patient throughout the cancer journey. It typically takes three months to complete one cycle of creating a strategic treatment roadmap and following through the support and implementation of the first chosen course of action.
Do you have expertise in all cancer types?
Absolutely, yes. We developed innovative technology and a powerful approach that quickly identifies all viable options, including clinical trials for all cancer types. Our database of diagnostics and treatment options is updated daily, and our sophisticated search algorithm incorporates the patient’s specific medical situation and personal preferences.
Where are you located? Where are your patients found?
We offer our expert cancer guidance as a telehealth service for patients all over the world. Our headquarter is in Boston, MA, and we have expertise in advanced cancer treatment provided anywhere in the United States.
How can I be sure that the service is right for me?
For a growing community of patients, we demonstrated 100% success in offering new treatment options, and our patients are ten times more likely to enroll in a clinical trial. If you still have questions, do not hesitate to schedule a 30 minutes free consultation here.
What should I tell my medical team?
We seek to support patient-physician relationships at all times. Having worked with patients for years, we find it best to first work with us to enable our detailed search. After generating the first report and discussing it with us, we recommend bringing a copy to your oncologist and request that they kindly review it to answer the question: “Are these options reasonable to consider? Do you have a preference for one compared to others?” At this point, most oncologists agree, but if any questions arise and they wish to speak with us, we are happy to do so.
How can I start? What is happening next?
After filling up the following form, we will send you a contract for review and signature. After signing the agreement, we will assign you a patient advocate that will accompany you throughout the process, from intake to coordination with the oncology expert who will supervise the creation of the strategic treatment roadmap and the on-going communication through implementation and support phases.