MORE Health’s goal is to match patients with the best available physician in the United States with subspecialty expertise in the patient’s condition. With the patient’s treating doctors, they jointly develop a comprehensive collaborative diagnosis together with an optimum treatment plan and avoid the cost and potential complications of overtreatment and misdiagnosis.
Over 99% of our physicians are affiliated with academic medical centers listed in the top 20 hospitals by US News & World Reports in general and specialty areas. 95% of our physicians attended top 20 medical schools as ranked by US News & World Reports.
All of our MORE Health Physician Specialists have recent publication history with notable journals focusing on their subspecialty practice. A strong publication history is the best indicator that a physician is an expert on diagnosis and cutting-edge therapies. Additionally, our physicians have had fellowships and are ranked according to which hospital they performed their fellowship and residency at.
We have a Medical Advisory Board for each general specialty area who conduct annual peer reviews. Multiple members of the Medical Advisory Board must agree that a proposed physician is worthy of the distinction of being named a MORE Health Physician Specialist.
When facing a major medical issue we connect the patient’s attending doctors with one of our Physician Specialists to jointly develop a comprehensive collaborative diagnosis (or Co-Diagnosis®) together with the optimum treatment plan.
Our HIPAA-compliant Physician Collaboration Platform™ allows doctors to work together from multiple locations in a truly effective manner.
The MORE Health Co-Diagnosis® approach puts the patient at the center of the process.
Our Case Managers help each patient with our services. They act as the patient’s advocate and as an effective bridge between the various medical teams and the patient.
The Case Manager will walk the patient through the steps each service requires, collect all the patient’s medical history, test results and medical imaging, and keep the patient in the loop on progress. They are available before, during and after the diagnosis process.
Case Managers can be reached via a variety of technologies, depending on the needs of the patient: