Careology is proud to be named as a Helpful Service Recommended by Macmillan Cancer Support.
At Careology, we understand that receiving a cancer diagnosis is daunting - all of a sudden there are a raft of things you need to be on top of - and we believe technology can better support you with this. Our purpose is to help people with cancer and those supporting them to make the down days more manageable – and the up days come more often.
We are delighted that Macmillan Cancer Support has selected Careology as a recommended helpful service.
As one of the UK’s leading cancer charities, Macmillan Cancer Support provides extensive physical, financial and emotional support. From the amazing Macmillan nurses to the brilliant team at the Macmillan Support Care Hub who are always at the other end of the phone, Macmillan are there for people living with cancer, whatever they are going through.
Paul Landau, Founder & CEO of Careology said:
“I am incredibly proud that Careology has been handpicked by Macmillan Cancer Support. Careology was borne out of my family’s experience with cancer. When my wife went through her treatment, I was struck by how little technology there was available to support her. That’s why I set out to build a product that is intuitive and easy for everyone to use. A tool that can provide help 24/7 when it is needed most. It is a real privilege to work with Macmillan Cancer Support and bring digital cancer care to the millions of people in the UK who are living with or supporting loved ones with cancer.”
Careology is building the world’s leading digital cancer care platform. By equipping and seamlessly connecting patients, caregivers and healthcare teams in a complex pathway, our mission is to use technology to transform traditional cancer care and change everyone’s cancer story for the better. Today the platform allows patients to manage and navigate all aspects of treatment from their device, while leveraging critical data on symptoms, medications, side effects and more, to deliver insight and analysis to clinical teams through a ‘virtual ward’. By increasing the potential for patients to self-serve, improving workflows, making 24/7 monitoring possible and putting a unique data set to work, we are helping to relieve pressure on health systems, while reducing costs, improving patient and clinician experience, and optimising health outcomes.