Triage Cancer is a national, nonprofit organization that provides education on the practical and legal issues that may impact individuals diagnosed with cancer and their caregivers, through events, materials, and resources. Some of those issues include access to care, navigating health insurance, working through treatment and taking time off, and dealing with late and long-term side effects of treatment. Triage Cancer also hosts an educational blog and www.CancerFinances.org, which provides information and resources to navigate finances after a cancer diagnosis.
Triage Cancer Blog
Jan 23, 2020
As a resource for patients, their families, and advocates, we are happy to announce our publishing of a new quick guide, our “Quick Guide to Accessing Medical Records.” Why does accessing your medical records matter? Having access to your medical[…]Read more...
Jan 22, 2020
Financial Toxicity Table Of Contents: What Is Financial Toxicity? Who Is Impacted By Financial Toxicity? What Factors Contribute To Financial Toxicity In Cancer Patients? What Is The Impact Of Financial Toxicity? Ways To Reduce Financial Toxicity Useful Resources References[…]Read more...
Jan 15, 2020
Table Of Contents: How does SNAP work? How can I find out if I’m eligible for SNAP? What resources can I have that still make me eligible for SNAP? The financial burden created from a cancer diagnosis can unfortunately affect[…]Read more...
Dec 23, 2019
When an individual is diagnosed with cancer, worries about finances, cancer health insurance, employment & work , can cause stress and anxiety. Triage Cancer offers many cancer resources to help with these practical and legal topics, but we also provide[…]Read more...