mHealth Intelligence June 13, 2019
Eric Wicklund

The New York-based cancer center is partnering with MORE Health to give its specialists a connected care platform for consults and second opinions across the Pacific.

The Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is partnering with a telemedicine provider to extend its specialist consult service to China.

The New York hospital announced this week that it is collaborating with California-based MORE Health to collaborate with health systems and offer second opinions to patients in China though the company’s connected care platform, called Co-Diagnosis.

“This telemedicine collaboration with MORE Health will help expand access to MSK expertise for cancer patients in China,” Bob T. Li, an oncologist at MSK and the hospital’s Physician Ambassador to China and the Asia-Pacific, said in a press release. “It also provides...

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