- Low health insurance literacy
- Access to reliable information
- Financial toxicity
- Triage Cancer is committed to addressing health disparities among women of color by providing free education on navigating the practical and legal issues that arise from a cancer diagnosis, such as access to healthcare, managing finances, and navigating insurance and employment.
- During the next quarter Triage Cancer will implement processes to better track the reach of our programs and services by race and ethnicity. By the end of the first quarter of 2021, Triage Cancer is committed to increasing the reach of its programs and services to women of color by 20%, in order to address health disparities and empower women of color to make informed decisions about their healthcare, finances, insurance, and employment.
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