Many of you may be dealing with rather large medical bills that you may question their accuracy. For those who do not understand, don’t have the time or patience to handle them, fortunately, there is an outside service that can handle this on your behalf. They also offer other services that you may find beneficial. Triage Cancer has partnered with CoPatient a health care bill management and advocacy service. They have tools and services that make it easier for users to gather, organize, and verify health care bills and related documents, find and correct errors, file appeals, negotiate discounts, and conveniently pay for health care bills that are more fair, accurate and affordable.
For a short period of time Triage Cancer is offering to waive the monthly fees for 12 months for the first 100 patients who sign up by June 30th. If you have some very large bills that you are reviewing and would like a second look it might be worth your while to consider them. Learn more or sign up here.
If you have questions about how to navigate the financial impact of having myeloma, consider reaching out to a Myeloma Coach. There are many who have experience in financial resources, including Financial Coach Diahanna Vallentine. You can view all Myeloma Coaches and their areas of experience on our website: www.myelomacoach.org If you have successfully navigated the financial impact of myeloma treatment and would like to share what you've learned with others- consider becoming a Myeloma Coach.
about the author
Diahanna is the Financial Program Manager for the HealthTree Foundation. She specializes in providing financial help, resources and education for multiple myeloma patients. As a professional financial consultant and former caregiver of her husband who was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, Diahanna perfectly understands the financial issues facing myeloma patients.