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About the Webconference
Cancer patients are nearly three-times more likely to go bankrupt than the general US population—and those that declare bankruptcy have an 80% greater risk of mortality than those who do not. And as drug prices rise and patients take on more responsibility for the cost of their care, cancer programs must develop strategies to reduce the impact of financial toxicity.
View this webconference for best practices on helping patients understand their benefits, optimizing insurance coverage, and tapping into external assistance.
Things You’ll Learn:
- How to identify high-risk patients and connect them to financial navigation
- Strategies to educate patients about their financial responsibility
- Tactics to optimize insurance coverage and maximize external assistance
Presenter: Deirdre Fuller and Mallory Kirby
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