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AccessHope’s Dr. Todd Sachs Discusses Healthcare Disparities in ...

12/05/23 - Empowered Patient

AccessHope’s Chief Medical Officer, Todd Sachs, M.D., shares the key factors influencing the disparities gap in cancer care. He outlines three concerns: first, barriers to accessing the necessary screenings to diagnose cancer earlier; second, geographical barriers preventing patients from accessing cancer subspecialist expertise; and finally, a widening knowledge gap between academic medicine and community oncology.

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'Cancer care is different': Calling for better access and treatment

11/15/23 - Chief Healthcare Executive®

In an interview with Chief Healthcare Executive®, City of Hope’s President of Health Innovation and Policy, and Chair of the Board, AccessHope, discusses solutions to cancer care health disparities, addressing underserved communities, changing health policy, and improving access to quality cancer care. Too many patients in underserved communities don’t live near a National Cancer Institute-designated cancer center, Levine says. AccessHope facilitates people to obtain better care while still seeing their own doctors.

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AccessHope Real-World Data Study Identifies Molecular Testing Gaps in ...

11/14/23 - Journal of Personalized Medicine

AccessHope’s Vice President, Value and Strategy and Medical Director, GI Oncology Dr. Afsaneh Barzi sat down with Alison Kanski at Precision Medicine Online to discuss the latest findings from a new pancreatic cancer study published in the Journal of Personalized Medicine that highlights AccessHope’s clinical impact on cases of pancreatic adenocarcinoma.

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3 things employers don't know about cancer that will change their ...

08/31/23 - Benefits Pro

AccessHope’s VP of Client Excellence, Kathleen Frey, shares three things employers may not know about cancer that can change how they build their benefits packages. She outlines the importance of bridging cancer knowledge gaps to ensure employees have access to optimal treatment plans. Learn more about how employers can deliver better cancer benefits that may help improve outcomes, reduce wasteful spend, and address health disparities.

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AccessHope’s Mark Stadler Discusses Disparities in Cancer Care on the ...

05/19/23 - Personalization Outbreak

AccessHope’s CEO, Mark Stadler, shares how AccessHope is transforming the way renowned cancer knowledge is delivered by remotely connecting more people with National Cancer Institute expertise, thus leveling cancer health disparities while patients stay close to home. He outlines how employers are innovating cancer benefits programs and resources to offer personalized support for employees and their families. Learn more about how employers can leverage data and collaboration to offer employees specialized cancer support solutions.

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Health care navigation’s vital role in cancer care

04/11/23 - Benefits Pro

AccessHope’s Board Chair, Harlan Levine, MD, outlines what employers and benefits advisors should consider as they evaluate health care navigation partners. Choosing the right partner is critical to offering employees advanced care and support while guiding them through difficult life journeys.

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To Expand Access to Cancer Expertise, Collaboration Is Key

02/22/23 - AJMC

Most people in the U.S. have been touched by cancer in one way or another. Approximately 46 million people who live in rural communities do not have access to National Cancer Institute (NCI)-Designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers. AccessHope and Carrum Health have joined together to offer extended remote NCI-specialized cancer expertise and support to more patients nationwide. This effort provides access to leading-edge insights and research for local oncologists and reduces geography-based health disparities.

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Cancer now top driver of employer health care costs

08/25/22 - Business Group on Health

The 2023 Large Employers’ Health Care Strategy and Plan Design Survey conducted by Business Group on Health shows that cancer has overtaken musculoskeletal conditions as the top driver of large companies’ health care costs. Broadly, the survey reveals that employers will continue to invest strategically in their health and well-being offerings to tackle issues such as health equity and the affordability of health care.

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