Cancer patients and their caregivers experience many breakdowns in our health system: they are overwhelmed as they confront their mortality and struggle to access and
Helping People with a Cancer Diagnosis Choose their Best Treatment Options
Hi, I’m Brad Power. In July of 2018 I was diagnosed with lymphoma and went through a course of chemotherapy. Building on my experience with process reengineering and managing technology, I am focusing my professional activities on helping people with a cancer diagnosis choose the best options for their treatment, especially by developing guides to online services. More about me here.
The mission of Reengineering Cancer Treatment is to help people with a cancer diagnosis choose the best options for their treatment, including:
- Engagement: Increase active involvement of people with a cancer diagnosis and their caregivers by providing information and resources, especially apps and online services. Read more about engaging in your own treatment.
- Personalization: Accelerate adoption of better cancer treatment processes which are tailored for each patient, based on extensive health data. Read more about getting personalized treatment.
- Leaders: Accelerate adoption of services pioneered by innovators (pioneers, start-ups, entrepreneurs) who want to revolutionize treatment. Read more about promoting leaders.
Brad Power FounderReengineering Cancer TreatmentLymphoma Cancer Survivor Bradford Power took the credibility he had as a patient diagnosed with cancer and used it to fuel
I’ve been working with the World Economic Forum’s project on breaking barriers to sharing health data as a patient representative. Their target audience is mostly biotech