ACCC's 2014 Patient Assistance and Reimbursement Guide (PAP Guide)
Accordingly, cancer programs are spending increased time helping patients identify and access resources to help with costs related to their treatment, medications, missed work hours, transportation, and more. ACCC's 2014 PAP Guide is designed to help busy clinicians with these responsibilities, and much more.
Here’s what else you will find in ACCC's 2014 Guide:
- A list of pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical patient assistance programs.
- A patient assistance program flow chart.
- Directions on how to apply and links to enrollment forms.
- An article by ACCC-member Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN), Allentown, Pa., about their comprehensive financial coordination services. Last year alone, LVHN’s financial coordinators obtained $4.3 million in free or reduced self-administered medications for 202 patients via pharmaceutical assistance programs.
In this digital edition, you can link directly to the forms your patients need, post sticky-notes to yourself on the guide, and email information to your colleagues and patients.
ACCC's 2014 Patient Assistance and Reimbursement Guide is also available in a PDF version that members can download and save directly onto their desktop. As with the digital edition, the PDF version allows you to link directly to the programs and forms your patients need. Email email@example.com to request your PDF version today.
A print edition of this publication was mailed with the January/February 2014 Oncology Issues.
Email your comments and feedback to ACCC's managing editor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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