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90%

of U.S. healthcare spending is allocated to chronic conditions

Preventive medicine has the potential to save billions, but the current healthcare system isn’t set up to support it.

Serenity closes the preventive care gap by detecting and reducing the biggest medical risks before they become health threats.

By collecting vast amounts of data, and analyzing it with proprietary human and AI medical intelligence, we're able to provide best-in-class preventive guidance for members.

Buttorff C, Ruder T, Bauman M. "Multiple Chronic Conditions in the United States." Rand Corp. (2017).
"National Health Expenditure Data: Historical." Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services. (2021).

Early detection can save lives, costs, and lost productivity

91%

The survival rate for colon cancer diagnosed in stage I. If diagnosed in stage IV, survival drops to 14%

$147B

in productivity is lost per year due to heart disease & stroke

2x

First year treatment costs for breast cancer diagnosed in stage IV are more than double the costs when diagnosed in stage I

American Cancer Society. "Cancer Facts & Figures 2022." American Cancer Society. (2022)
Dalia Giedrimiene & Rachel King. "Burden of Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) on Economic Cost. Comparison of Outcomes in US and Europe." Circulation. Mar 31. (2017)
Chen, Christopher T et al. “Medicare Spending for Breast, Prostate, Lung, and Colorectal Cancer Patients in the Year of Diagnosis and Year of Death.” Health services research vol. 53,4 (2018)
Whaley, Christopher M., Brian Briscombe, Rose Kerber, Brenna O'Neill, and Aaron Kofner. "Prices Paid to Hospitals by Private Health Plans: Findings from Round 4 of an Employer-Led Transparency Initiative." RAND Corporation. (2022)

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