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
Nov 19, 2019
Triage Cancer has new Quick Guides to help you with open enrollment, as well as share new resources you might find helpful to make health insurance decisions! The 2020 Marketplace Open Enrollment Period began on November 1 and runs until[…]Read more...
Nov 12, 2019
For individuals with a disability who are also interested in a career with the Federal government, the Schedule A hiring authority is something that should be on your radar. However, in order to become Schedule A eligible there are certain[…]Read more...
Nov 5, 2019
Individuals that undergo certain cancer treatments, like chemotherapy for example, may find that those treatments cause infertility. In addition to the burdens cancer causes physically and mentally, it also can be financially taxing. When medical bills are already piling up for[…]Read more...
Oct 29, 2019
Written by: Stevie Snow, Marketing Coordinator at Family Reach “A cancer diagnosis is financially toxic to a family. You can’t be ashamed to ask for help upon the initial diagnosis because it can help you in the long run,” shared Tracy Brown,[…]Read more...