Who we support

Employers

We help organisations support employees with cancer or those caring for an unwell relative by utilising our structured process and expert resources.

Intermediaries

We help intermediaries provide a unique benefits package by enhancing their wellbeing offering to clients.

Insurers

We help insurers provide more compelling cover by adding expert clinical, emotional and practical support to carers and cancer patients on top of standard policy protection.

Healthcare providers

We increase healthcare providers’ capacity and capability to support cancer patients using our structured process, expertise and patient management platform.

Testimonial

Mark Fowkes

I believe Reframe has definitely filled an important gap in the market with regards to their cancer offering.
They provide comfort and reassurance, both practically and emotionally.

Reward Business Partner at the Rugby Football Union

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2020-07-21T16:09:45+01:00

Reward Business Partner at the Rugby Football Union

I believe Reframe has definitely filled an important gap in the market with regards to their cancer offering. They provide comfort and reassurance, both practically and emotionally.

Ambika Fraser

A diagnosis can be traumatic for all involved so the need to support those affected was clear to us.
It’s one of the reasons why it’s been so well received by our clients and their employees.

Head of Propositions at Unum

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2020-07-21T16:13:23+01:00

Head of Propositions at Unum

A diagnosis can be traumatic for all involved so the need to support those affected was clear to us. It’s one of the reasons why it’s been so well received by our clients and their employees.
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Changing the shape of healthcare

We believe we can transform how people experience chronic and critical care. That the complex can be made simple. That individual strength can come from community support. And technology that supports life and wellbeing, helps to make us more human.

We combine extensive healthcare knowledge and expertise with a deep understanding of the realities of life-changing illnesses.

We guide individuals through the toughest of times. Accelerating access to care, reducing anxiety and connecting people to the best expertise available.

And we help organisations ensure that when the worst happens, they show their best side, support their people and act as a source of positivity for everyone.

It goes beyond healthcare. We provide clinical, practical and emotional support that transforms lives. And by using technology to connect people to the expertise they need – we can keep people working and help get them back to normality, faster.

We’re reframing critical care. And finding solutions to some of the biggest challenges in healthcare – as individuals and families, as employers and society.

So that when the worst happens, your world doesn’t stop.

About Reframe

Our services

We deliver hyper-personalised, proactive and ongoing support to individuals facing, or caring for someone, during an unexpected or life-changing health event.

Building on our success and expertise in cancer, we’ve expanded our services. Take a look >

“Reframe reminded me that I should come first. Their on-going support and guidance ensured my recovery plan focused on my personal goals and I’m now in a much better place.”

Tarsem, a Reframe client

*Image is for illustrative purposes only and does not represent Tarsem.

Insights

View our latest insights and stories

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An abundance of employees and employers are normalising to the recent furlough measures. Here are a few ways in which employers can support their furloughed staff through this time.

HR checklist

Guidance on how to support employees who are, or will become carers A carer can be anyone, of any age, who provides unpaid support to someone who is ill, disabled

Millennial carers: the hidden community

Millennials have often been dubbed the snowflake generation, but set aside anything you've heard about this group and let’s consider a hidden section of their CV; their life as a carer. And an unpaid one at that.

Impact of caring on mental wellbeing

Lockdown, isolation and remote working are all factors impacting mental wellbeing at the moment. But what if you are also an unpaid carer?

Dealing with bereavement at work

Talking about death is still an uncomfortable discussion, especially in the workplace. Read our article detailing how you can break this process down into steps and provide support for your employees.