World's First Virtual Whole-Health Nurse for Symptom Management and Navigation (SAN)
Clinical Engine for Symptom Management
Helpsy Health is a unique symptom management program that supports 500 unique symptoms with over 20,000 recommendations from over 30 different healthcare modalities, all backed by evidence-based research and science. Our global community of experts will be available to guide you on your journey.
Navigation and Support for Life Needs
We help you navigate over 30 life issues, such as expenses, transportation, family support, counseling, and much more.
Whole-person approach towards self-care.
We provide an assessment of physical, emotional, and social needs and automatically generate a whole-health care plan for the mind, body, and soul.
Continuity of care
We support people 24/7 through Artificial Intelligence technology.
Escalation and On-Demand Consultations
Our auto-triage algorithm identifies when a person’s condition is declining and escalates to a clinician on-demand.
Connection to Patient Communities
We identify the most relevant patient communities and make a direct connection.
Why Helpsy Health?
Up to 90% of cancer patients experience adverse events
Average cost is $20,000 per patient, per event
What if every patient had a Private Nurse of their own, 24/7?
Sangeeta Agarawal as One of ASU's Featured Women Entrepreneurs
November 20, 2019
In honor of both Women’s Entrepreneurship Day, (Nov. 19) and Global Entrepreneurship Week, Sangeeta Agarawal, CEO and Founder of Helpsy Health, were featured as one of the ASU's Women Entrepreneurs. In her story, she shares about the support she found at ASU when she needed it the most. Since then, she has had an amazing journey that led her to build a company that helps people when they are at their most vulnerable.
Helpsy Health as Guest Speaker for CX Social Impact Panel
November 12, 2019
Sangeeta Agarawal, CEO and Founder of Helpsy Health, shared our journey on making a difference and social impact in the "CX for Social Impact" panel with Suzanna Rush & Vicki Amon-Higa, and moderated by Tiffany Apczynski. The panel focused on understanding our customers and shaping our customer experience.
Helpsy Health Featured in EBD Group Interview
October 30, 2019
In honor of Helpsy Health winning as the runner up for BioPharma America's Xcelerate Startup Pitch competition, Sangeeta Agarawal, the CEO and Founder of Helpsy Health wasinterviewed and featured by EBD Group after the competition.
Helpsy Health as Guest Speaker for Virgin Pulse Webinar
October 10, 2019
Helpsy Health is committed to enhancing employee experience. Sangeeta Agarawal, CEO and Founder of Helpsy Health was invited as a guest speaker for Virgin Pulse webinar series! In the webinar, she discussed how employers can support employees and family members who are diagnosed with cancer and the impacts of workplace support towards workplace well-being and culture.
Helpsy Health Founder and CEO Sangeeta Agarawal became a guest speaker for Willis Towers Watson's upcoming podcast. The podcast discusses the impact of cancer on the employer population and their families going through it. Sangeeta also talks about how Helpsy Health can impact employers and their covered members.
Runner Up for BioPharm America's Startup Pitch Competition!
September 11, 2019
Helpsy Health Founder and CEO Sangeeta Agarawal participated in Xcelerate Startup Pitch competition on September 11 in Boston, MA and won the title of runner up! Sangeeta pitched to a panel of top-tier judges, to an audience of top-tier VCs, pharma execs and investors, including AbbVie Ventures, Johnson & Johnson Innovation, and Omega Funds.
Helpsy Health joined the #BCSM Twitter live chat with patient advocate, Alicia Staley, on Monday, August 26th. Founder and CEO Sangeeta Agarawal shared Helpsy's background and features for automated symptom management and navigation. She also shared some best practices for advocates on the importance of having cancer care plans and practicing self-care.
Presented at IM4US Annual Integrative Medicine for the Underserved Conference 2019
August 23, 2019
Helpsy Health Founder and CEO, Sangeeta will present at IM4US Annual Integrative Medicine for the Underserved Conference with Dr. Myles Spar (Integrative Medicine Access) on August 22-24th. They did a demonstration of Helpsy Health to provide integrative medicine health tips for patients and to collect data on patient outcomes automatically.
Helpsy Featured as Case Study for Health IT on Nursing Applications
July 30, 2019
Helpsy Health will be featured as a case study on health IT nursing applications for a nursing textbook on emerging technologies, authored and edited by Whende Carroll, Founder of Nurse Evolution. Helpsy Health was chosen to be featured as it is nurse-led and is collaborative with other healthcare institutions.
Opening Keynote for MASCC 2019
June 23, 2019
Helpsy Health Founder and CEO Sangeeta Agarawal was invited to be opening keynote to globally-esteemed Oncology Quality of Care researchers gathered at this year's MASCC conference. Aside from that, she also presented one plenary talk and displayed three research posters in the conference.
Winning 2nd Place for MedCity INVEST Population Startup Presentations
May 22, 2019
Helpsy Health Founder and CEO Sangeeta Agarawal participated in MedCity INVEST Population Health's Chronic Disease and Population Health Startup Presentations and shared her vision of how chronic diseases can be better managed to better overall population health. Helpsy Health won second place against nine other startup companies.
HIMSS Blog Feature - Empowering Nurses as Leaders and Innovators
May 8, 2019
Helpsy Health Founder and CEO Sangeeta Agarawal was featured as a guest writer for the HIMSS blog. In her article, she discusses her journey as a nurse innovator and proposes a call to action for nurse leaders to step up and bring a wave of innovation into healthcare.
Mentioned in keynote speech at ONS 44th Annual Congress
April 11, 2019
During ONS 44th Annual Congress that serves 40,000 nurses nationally, Helpsy Health Founder and CEO Sangeeta Agarawal was recognized during Rachel Walker's keynote speech as the most innovative oncology nurse in the country today.
Mentioned in keynote speech at American Organization of Nurse Executives Annual Meeting 2019
April 13, 2019
During American Organization of Nurse Executives Annual Meeting 2019, Helpsy Health Founder and CEO Sangeeta Agarawal was featured during Indu Subaiya's keynote speech as a technology to transform healthcare modalities and improve quality of life.
Featured on 'Healthcare Weekly: At the Forefront of Healthcare Innovation’ podcast Can AI help Americans manage & beat cancer?
March 1, 2019
In 'Healthcare Weekly: At the Forefront of Healthcare Innovation’ podcast, CEO Sangeeta Agarawal shares how Helpsy Health leverages Artificial Intelligence to help cancer survivors deal with their diagnostics and create daily routines to improve their quality of life.
Helpsy Founder and CEO Sangeeta Agarawal gives keynote talk at the ONA Navigation Summit 2018 to over 400 nurse navigators from all over the world on “Using Innovative Technology Solutions That Work for Nurse Navigators to Improve Patient Care Outcomes”.
Helpsy CEO and Founder Sangeeta Agarawal presents three talks: “Symptom Clusters in Cancer Survivors: Healing and recovery through impeccable assessment and interdisciplinary care,” “Pain Wise: Patient-centered integrated care in post-op pain management,” and “Designing for Family Caregivers: Creating the map as we go (A panel in 5 acts).”
Helpsy CEO and Founder Sangeeta Agarawal presents two talks: “Continuity of care for survivorship: time saving tips to transition your patient from active cancer treatment to primary care” and “Utilizing technology in integrative medicine to help you conduct effective research and improve patient outcomes.”
Helpsy CEO and Founder Sangeeta Agarawal presents two talks: “Helpsy: An online marketplace and engagement platform for managing chronic conditions” and “Integrative medicine in the US: a panel discussion regarding the current role of integrative medicine in treating chronic conditions.”