Checkbooks and Balances: How Advocacy Can Support Both Physical and Financial Health

11/10/2022

For many people, living with disease is more than managing physical health. Everyday expenses and the ability to afford quality medical care, even with insurance, can be overwhelming. Socioeconomic challenges, depleted personal finances and understanding changing policies are just a couple of the challenges that people face in pursuit of care. The good news? Patient advocacy organizations often have resources that can help ease the financial burden. Join us for this session, where we’ll talk openly about balancing physical and financial health and how patient advocacy is leading the way to support people in these areas.

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Checkbooks and Balances: How Advocacy Can Support Both Physical and Financial Health

Moderator

Brad Love
Ph.D., Co-Founder and Chief Culture Officer, GRYT Health

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Speakers

Amy Niles
Chief Advocacy and Engagement Officer, Patient Access Network (PAN) Foundation

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Chris Strumfels
Resource Navigator, Family Reach

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