A project led by PC3I Faculty Tamara Cadet and Ravi Parikh is developing a food insecurity screening tool specific to rural-based individuals with cancer to improve treatment adherence and health outcomes.
We apply the latest science to create, test, and scale solutions to address the most intractable problems in cancer care delivery.
We employ a health equity lens across our work, examining and addressing socioeconomic, racial, and ethnic disparities and other systemic barriers to accessing high quality, patient-centered healthcare.
A project led by PC3I Faculty, Meredith Doherty is using a predictive algorithm to monitor financial toxicity in cancer patients and refer them to local on-site financial advocates.
In partnership with Gilead Sciences, a research team led by PC3I Faculty Lola Fayanju will focus on collection of social and behavioral determinants of health to improve health outcomes for patients with breast cancer.
Thibang Diphatlha: Testing Adaptive Strategies to Close the Gap from Cervical Cancer Diagnosis to Treatment in Botswana
As part of a study supported by the National Cancer Institute (NCI), investigators are identifying and testing communication methods to streamline the coordination of cervical cancer treatment and diagnosis.
Penn Medicine experts have conducted research providing new insights into telemedicine and its effectiveness in the rehabilitation setting to inform how to best use telemedicine to improve care for people with cancer.