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Supplements - The Patient Assistance Safety Net: How Many Need Help? How Many Are Helped?

March 06, 2018 – Dan Klein, President and CEO, Patient Access Network Foundation
This supplement showcases the winning papers from the PAN Challenge, which aimed to foster conversations about how to rein in out-of-pocket costs to eliminate barriers between patients and their critical medical treatments.
March 06, 2018 – Lizheng Shi, PhD, MSPharm, MA; M. Kristina Wharton, MPA, MPH; and Alisha Monnette, MPH
The role of federally qualified health centers is evaluated in serving uninsured patients and providing need-based, reduced-cost prescription medications in the post–Affordable Care Act landscape.
March 06, 2018 – Todd Yezefski, MD; Jordan Steelquist, BA; Kate Watabayashi, BA; Dan Sherman, MA; and Veena Shankaran, MD
Hospitals that used trained financial navigators were able to provide financial assistance for their patients with cancer, providing access to care that would otherwise be unaffordable.
March 06, 2018 – Julia Zhu, MPH, MS; Randall Odebralski, MBA; Safia Boghani, MPH; Clorinda Walley; Frank Koen, RPh; Chad Conley; and Heather S. Kirkham, PhD, MPH
Local specialty pharmacies collaborated with a charitable assistance organization to provide a safety net and to facilitate care for patients with chronic illnesses, allowing them to focus on receiving and adhering to medication, rather than on financial toxicity.
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