We facilitate easy access to international oncology expertise, multi-disciplinary collaboration, exchange of experience and best practices for the benefit of your patients.
There are over 100 different types of cancer. It is estimated that between 50 and 75 gene and cell therapies will be approved by 2030.
Managing cancer patients is becoming a global challenge due to rapid changes in treatments, new drug approvals and updated scientific guidelines. It is impossible for a doctor to have the necessary experience and expertise on the latest and best treatment for each of the more than one hundred different types of cancer.
The access to international expertise that the Heal21 Platform provides helps Romanian oncologists to increase their knowledge base about the latest advances and research in a particular field of expertise, to become familiar with new drugs and their use and to respond to the growing needs of the patients they care for.
With the help of technology, treating physicians, oncologists, radiologists and surgeons can exchange information effectively, improving treatment and chances of survival.
Multidisciplinary collaborative care has repeatedly been shown to be a positive prognostic factor for cancer patients. Patients who received case management in a multi-specialist tumor board had a longer life span than other patients and a higher quality of life.
If you are facing challenges in your patient’s treatment, we make it easy for you to discuss with an expert specialising in a particular subset of cancer diseases or a multi-disciplinary council.
Collaborative case review and consensus-based management and treatment decisions online. Specialists in surgery, medical oncology, radiotherapy, radiology, genetics or pathology collaboratively review your patient’s case. You remain the clinical plan coordinator with all the resources of the Heal21 platform at your disposal.
Expanded coverage of oncology specialties
Evaluations for chemotherapy, radiotherapy, cancer surgery, immunotherapy and targeted therapies for all cancers
Focus medical processes on the safest and most appropriate lines
Support in the work of practices, clinics and hospitals facing a shortage of specialist doctors.
Bridging the gaps between the ways of working in different cities and states.