Being a cancer patient is hard. The disease itself is difficult, and the treatment can be complicated. It can also, at times, have unpleasant side effects. You will have to deal with many doctors and other kinds of healthcare workers. Keeping track of everything can get very confusing.
If you have cancer, the cost of cancer care may put you in a financial bind. Medical care can be costly, even with insurance. In fact, some say that the financial burden associated with cancer treatment is reaching new heights. Meanwhile, patients under treatment may not be able to work as much as before… or at all.
And, of course, dealing with medical bills and insurance companies is not usually easy, even when you’re in the best of health.
At Regional Cancer Care Associates, we’re here to help. We’ll work alongside you every step of the way. Our goal is to make your financial and insurance issues go as smoothly as we can. We’ll help you connect with people and groups in your community that can help ease the financial impact of cancer care, whether it’s for you or your loved one.
At RCCA, we’ll help you explore your insurance coverage and learn about your benefits. We’ll help you understand all of your payment options. We’ll also provide contacts for you with many foundations, societies and organizations that work with cancer patients to get financial aid. Whenever we can, we’ll help you find and qualify for prescription and co-pay assistance, transportation needs, grants and more.
Regional Cancer Care Associates (RCCA) is committed to helping you in every way we can. Our job is to give you easy access to top-quality, comprehensive, leading edge cancer care. At RCCA, we’re one of the nation’s largest cancer care networks — yet we focus on every patient, individually. We’ll make sure your care is second to none.
Regional Cancer Care Associates is one of fewer than 200 medical practices in the country selected to participate in the Oncology Care Model (OCM); a recent Medicare initiative aimed at improving care coordination and access to and quality of care for Medicare beneficiaries undergoing chemotherapy treatment.