If You Have to Ask, You Can’t Afford It: Addressing Financial Toxicity Among NC Cancer Patients LIVE
Drs. Stephanie Wheeler and Don Rosenstein will discuss current concepts related to “financial toxicity” and how this applies to cancer care delivery in North Carolina. Current research including interventions in development to mitigate financial toxicity will also be reviewed.
This Non-Credit Course does NOT have accreditation for continuing education credits.
The course offers only general participation certificates.
Identify several examples of escalating costs of cancer care in the United States
Differentiate three main components of financial toxicity
Describe three consequences of financial toxicity
Explain process mapping and its value in a financial navigation intervention
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Stephanie B. Wheeler, PhD, MPH
Professor, Health Policy and Management
Donald Rosenstein, MD
Presenter Disclosure Information
Stephanie B. Wheeler, PhD, MPH, and Donald Rosenstein, MD, receive research funding from a NCCN/Pfizer grant on financial toxicity in women with metastatic breast cancer. Donald Rosenstein, MD, receives royalties from Oxford University Press and UptoDate.
This Non-Credit Course does NOT offer any Continuing Education Credit.
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