Financial Toxicity

Financial Navigation Helps Address Financial Toxicity of Patients with Cancer

Mu Lin
Financial toxicity impacts treatment outcomes and quality of life for patients with cancer. Researchers say establishing sustainable oncology-designated financial navigation roles is imperative to expanding patient support and improving health and financial outcomes of patients.

Financial Toxicity Resources

Monica Fawzy Bryant, Esq, COO,Joanna Fawzy Morales, Esq, CEO
Joanna Fawzy Morales, Esq., and Monica Fawzy Morales, Esq. share advice on how patients with cancer can avoid financial toxicity, as well as resources for those experiencing it.

Working Together for the Future of Healthcare

Elizabeth Franklin, PhD, MSW
Healthcare is a vitally important issue for the nation, and it is essential that people from all sides of the issue work together to find solutions says AONN+ Policy and Advocacy Committee Chair Elizabeth Franklin

Financial Toxicity and Poverty

Rev. K. Jason Coker, PhD
Rev Dr Jason Coker on the ethics of care in the marketplace.

Economic Burden of Cancer Care

Rev. K. Jason Coker, PhD
Rev Dr Jason Coker explains the way everyday expenses act as barriers to care among the rural poor.

Helping Navigate the Cost of Treatment

Claire White, BSN, RN, CPHON
Claire White addresses another aspect of care: helping patients gather resources to pay for their treatment.

Financial Toxicity Impacts Treatment

Clara Lambert, CPH, BBA, OPN-CG
Clara Lambert describes the ways that treatment costs impact patient health and compliance.

Financial Support and Resources for Patients with Cancer and Their Families

Lillie D. Shockney, RN, BS, MAS, HON-ONN-CG
Lillie Shockney addresses the prevalent issue of financial toxicity and identifies a number of resources and services that can help patients and families manage the cost of cancer care.

How to Navigate Patient Financial Toxicity

Dan Sherman, MA, LPC
With a growing underinsured patient population and rising costs of care, the need to prepare patients for financial burdens is crucial. This webinar, which is part of a collaboration between Cordata Healthcare Innovations and The NaVectis Group, will introduce you to the latest trends, effective practices, and strategies to better position your program to support patients as they deal with the financial issues surrounding complex disease diagnosis and treatment.

Fielding Patient Concerns About Financial Toxicity

Cathy Mikkelson
Cathy Mikkelson cites that financial toxicity is the most common concern her patients have, and she explains how she addresses this issue.