Triage Cancer is a national, nonprofit organization providing information and resources on the full spectrum of cancer survivorship issues to patients, survivors, caregivers, advocates, and healthcare professionals, through a national Speakers Bureau, educational events, and online tools.
Our resources include:
- Free monthly cancer survivorship webinarsThese guides are designed to be an introduction and reference guide on a particular topic.
- Quick Guides on Cancer survivorship topics: These guides are designed to be an introduction and reference guide on a particular topic.
- Educational Blog: recently named number 6 of the top 100 cancer blogs, our educational blog keeps individuals up to date about a variety of cancer survivorship topics.
- Charts of State Laws on employment, disability and health insurance issues
- Triage Cancer Conferences: These free conferences are open to patients, survivors, caregivers, and health care professionals. We spend the day discussing cancer survivorship issues, including: survivorship care plans, clinical trials, how to get, keep, and use health insurance, employment issues, and finances.
Triage Cancer provides updated materials to help you with open enrollment, as well as share new resources you might find helpful.
At Triage Cancer, we know that one of the most effective ways to lower your out-of-pocket medical costs is to make sure that you have adequate health insurance that meets your individual needs.
Regardless of the type of job you have, if you need to take time off work because of your cancer diagnosis and treatment, you should learn about your employment rights. Now the FMLA and the ADA can actually work together.
When someone is faced with a cancer diagnosis and treatment, they often wonder “do I need to go out on disability?” Unfortunately, they aren’t always sure what that actually means, or that it could mean multiple things.
Triage Cancer is a nonprofit organization that provides education and resources about an array of survivorship issues.