For You and Your Family

MORE Health’s mission is to offer you and your family access to the best medical minds in the world, exactly at the moment when you need their experience the most; when you are faced with making decisions regarding a serious, life-changing illness.

Initially delivered as a concierge service to private clients, MORE Health, Inc. was created to bring this service to as many people as possible. We have brought together an elite group of Physician Specialists associated with many of the leading institutions in areas such as oncology, neurology, cardiology and pediatrics. Using our medical collaboration technology, they can securely review your medical history, test results and imaging, and together with your treating team deliver both a diagnosis and treatment plan.

This collaborative approach to diagnosis delivers the most effective second opinion possible, so you don’t have to worry about interpreting multiple diagnoses, or sorting through competing treatment strategies. It gives you and your family peace-of-mind at a very difficult time.

Specifically it offers you two clear benefits:

  • Ensures that you have the correct diagnosis and minimizes any chance of error
  • Allows you to understand the best possible treatment options, before making a decision on the best path forward
Case Study

Correct diagnosis avoids unnecessary surgery

Prior to MORE Health

  • Jeff had been suffering from shortness of breath, heart palpitations, and nausea for several months. He was a busy professional and he had seen many of his colleagues experience early cardiovascular disease.
  • Out of an abundance of caution, Jeff visited a local cardiologist who diagnosed him with coronary artery disease.
  • The cardiologist told Jeff that his best chance of preventing a heart attack was to have a stent inserted into one of his arteries.

Referred to MORE Health

  • Jeff reached out to MORE Health and his case was assigned to cardiologist Dr. Gordon Fung.
  • MORE Health collected Jeff’s medical records and uploaded them to our Physician Collaboration Platform.
  • Dr. Fung reviewed Jeff’s medical information and determined that he did not need a stent. Jeff was not even suffering from coronary artery disease, but was instead suffering from stress.
  • Dr. Fung prescribed a month of complete rest.
  • After a short vacation, Jeff’s symptoms had disappeared and he returned to work without undergoing an expensive, invasive and completely unnecessary procedure.

The average cost to insert a stent is $27,907, ranging from $16,406 to $61,184.
International Federation of Health Plans, “Comparative Price Report” (2013)

To protect patient privacy all patient stories use aliases.

Click here to read more patient case studies.

For Overseas Patients

The problem of finding the best U.S. medical specialist, and then getting access to these physicians for their medical expertise when you are diagnosed with a serious illness, is significantly harder if you are outside the U.S.

However, MORE Health’s overseas patients can access the same incredibly high quality of service as our U.S. patients. They receive an authoritative medical report, which includes their diagnosis, together with a personalized treatment plan.

Our Overseas Co-Diagnosis service is identical to the service in the U.S., but has these additional benefits and options:

  • Collection and translation of medical history, test results and medical imaging
  • Option for a permanent bilingual Electronic Health Record service
  • Option for advanced drug prescription and delivery
  • Option for concierge overseas treatment service

We have successfully helped many hundreds of patients from China with conditions such as:

  • Cancer, of which typically 60%-70% is lung cancer
  • Pediatric cases
  • Neurological conditions
  • Cardiac or Cerebrovascular disease

We are also finding that overseas tourists visiting the U.S., as well as the Chinese American community wishing to protect their families back in China, are also very interested in MORE Health’s services.

Case Study

Ovarian Cancer in a woman with Type II Diabetes

Prior to MORE Health

  • In April 2012, Mrs. Wang, an 80-year-old female, visited her gynecologist complaining of dull pain in the right lower abdomen, accompanied by intermittent abdominal bloating. She also felt tired all the time.
  • Her medical history showed type II diabetes for 35 years and her family history showed that her mother had ovarian cancer.
  • Pelvic ultrasound examination revealed a mass on her right ovary and she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer.
  • Mrs. Wang then visited Beijing Cancer Hospital for further treatments. The doctors recommended surgery to remove the mass, combined with chemotherapy.
  • The patient’s family members hesitated to let the patient go through a significant operation, considering her age and her chronic diabetes, so, they sought help from a top hospital in Taiwan, but they got the same answers as they had in Beijing.

Referred to MORE Health

  • Two MORE Health gynecologic oncology Physician Specialists; Dr. Stefanie Ueda (UCSF) and Dr. Jonathan Berek (Stanford) reviewed the patient’s history, medical records and imaging. They concurred with the diagnosis, but proposed a different treatment plan.
  • Their plan noted that while surgical treatment has proved to be a component in the management of epithelial ovarian cancer, for this patient surgery would be high risk. Other factors become more important, such as life quality, including maintaining cognitive status and living independently.
  • They recommended conservative chemotherapy, plus extensive support care.
  • The patient and her family members agreed and the patient had an excellent response to this treatment.
  • It has been four years since the original Co-Diagnosis and Mrs. Wang still enjoys a good quality of life.

To protect patient privacy all patient stories use aliases.

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