Men's Health - ADT Program
Frequently Asked Questions for Providers
Q: Who is eligible to participate in the Men’s Health - ADT Program?
A: Any patient diagnosed with any stage of prostate cancer who is cleared to safely engage in light physical activity is eligible to enroll in the ADT Program, including:
1. Patients who are diagnosed with prostate cancer but not yet prescribed ADT. These patients are strongly encouraged to enroll prior to beginning therapy.
2. Patients prescribed ADT. These patients are encouraged to enroll upon prescription.
3. Patients already on ADT. These are encouraged to enroll at any point during therapy.
Q: Who is not eligible to participate?
A: Patients who are not eligible to participate in the program include:
Patients who not diagnosed with prostate cancer
Patients who are not clear to safely engage in physical activity
Patients who with no access to a smart mobile device
Patients who with no access to Bluetooth or cellular data
Q: Will insurance cover this program?
A: Our program is currently not covered by insurance providers. However, our monthly fee is equivalent of a customary copay.
Q: What is the patient cost for this program?
A: Our program is free of charge for 3 months for the first 15,00 enrollees. After 3 months,
Q: What is the cancellation policy?
Q: What is the cost to the provider by adding this service?
A: There is no extra cost to recommending our ADT Program to your eligible patients. After 3 months, they will be charged for their monthly subscription directly.
Q: What kind of workload will the program add to my staff?
A: Our ADT Program will add no extra workload to you or your staff. All we require is that you share our flyer with your eligible patients during their office visit and instruct them to scan the QR code and fill out the intake form. We will take it from there!
Q: Do patients need any equipment to participate?
A: Patients need a smart mobile device to enroll in the ADT Program. StrongPath will provide all other necessary equipment at no extra cost, including a Smart Bluetooth Scale, resistance bands, and a pair of dumbbells.
Q: How long is the program?
A: The ADT Program is designed to last for the duration of the patient's androgen-deprivation therapy, typically between 3-8 months. Patients have the option to enroll prior to ADT prescription, which we highly recommend.
Q: What are the risks associated with participating in the program?
A: Risks associated with participating in the program involve any accident that can occur during outside walks, including potential falls, heart attacks, heat illness, or motor vehicle accidents. Injuries such as muscle strains and sprains may occur if exercises are not performed properly during strength training sessions. Muscle soreness may also be a side effect of training.