THE PROBLEMS THAT THE ACCESS PROGRAM SOLVES
- Access limited for patients due to scarcity of resource, i.e. restricted number of proton centers.
- Timeliness of access for proton candidates.
- Cancer is a demanding disease. There is only limited time after diagnosis has been made to act before the cancer grows and spreads with rapidly deteriorating chances for cure.
- Many centers are very expensive, yet we have direct relationships and negotiated rates with flexibility.
Proton International provides all services at no direct cost to the patient. Our costs are supported by service contracts with the treating facilities reimbursing PI for the services we perform organizing, reviewing, evaluating and coordinating cases and clinical information and logistics services.
Each facility will have a specific charge for the treatment services provided. Upon initial case review if the case is a proton candidate you will be provided with a specific treatment cost proposal and treatment location options.