Cancer is the most significant cause of morbidity and mortality in New York City, accounting for 1,806,590 new cancer diagnoses and 606,520 deaths per year. Cancer care has a substantial influence on the healthcare sector due to high rates of emergency department usage and unexpected hospital admission, which account for 48 percent of total cancer patient costs. Remote patient monitoring oncology therapy costs more than four times as much as treatment for other prevalent health diseases. The cost of cancer care in the United States is expected to surpass $245 billion by 2030.


Health systems are becoming increasingly inventive in treating cancer patients to minimize the overall cost of care, enhance patient happiness, and control symptom exacerbations. Many are bringing the best remote patient monitoring solutions in New York City into the patient’s home by utilizing remote patient monitoring and remote patients oncology.