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Allison Torres Burtka - May 2017
Paying for cancer care is a major concern for patients and helping them navigate financial issues is a major concern for healthcare providers. To help patients deal with the rising costs of cancer care, the Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC) has launched a Financial Advocacy Boot Camp for healthcare providers.
After recognizing the increasing costs of cancer treatment, ACCC established a Financial Advocacy Network that provides tools, workshops, and online training on financial advocacy. The boot camp will take it one step further, with a more intensive online training program. The resource is designed for financial advocates, nurses, social workers, pharmacists, medical coders, administrative staff, cancer program administrators and other healthcare professionals who work with patients on financial issues regarding their treatment.
To learn more about the resources available through the boot camp, click here.
Original source: associationsnow.com