Good Days, a national patient assistance and advocacy nonprofit, and Atlas Health, the leader in philanthropic aid technology, will host a public discussion on reducing financial toxicity on June 1, 2023, at 1 p.m. EDT / 12 p.m. CDT / 10 a.m. PDT.
Featured speakers will discuss proactive financial solutions health providers can offer and different types of financial assistance and relief that are available to patients. The broadcast will be streamed at www.ChronicDiseaseDay.org and via social media channels of advocacy partners including on the Good Days Facebook page.
“This webinar is an opportunity for patients, patient advocates and healthcare professionals to learn about how to address financial barriers that can arise during and after treatment for chronic and rare conditions,” said Clorinda Walley, president of Good Days. “Medical expenses pose a significant burden to millions of Americans each year. Our expert speakers will provide valuable insights on ways to address financial toxicity in healthcare. We look forward to sharing our knowledge and expertise with the community."
“We are excited to collaborate with Good Days and shed light on financial toxicity and its devastating impact,” said Ethan Davidoff, CEO and co-founder of Atlas Health. “The opportunity to leverage technology to proactively identify and remove barriers to care is important work. We look forward to sharing best practices we’ve learned from working with patients, patient advocates, foundations and health systems over the last five years.”
Featured speakers include:
- Stacy Sanders, Counselor to the Secretary, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
- Ethan Davidoff, CEO and Co-Founder Atlas Health
- Patricia Falconer, Strategic Advisor, Atlas Health
- Lisa Philipp, Executive Director, University of Miami Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center
- Erin Turner, Senior VP of Patient Advocacy, Atlas Health
- Jared Walker, Founder, Dollar For
- Dave Griffiths, VP of Development, Accessia Health
- Clorinda Walley, President, Good Days
To receive a calendar reminder, you can sign up to attend with your email address at www.ChronicDiseaseDay.org. No registration is required to view the webinar. This webinar is part of the annual Chronic Disease Day national awareness campaign. Chronic Disease Day initiatives advocate to lower the number of preventable illnesses, advance access to care for unpreventable conditions and help build healthier communities.
Good Days is a national nonprofit 501(c)(3) charitable organization that lifts the burdens of chronic illness through assistance, advocacy, and awareness. Since 2003, Good Days has provided more than 800,000 grants and helped more than 500,000 people with access to healthcare resources. Visit www.mygooddays.org to learn about our programs and resources.
Atlas Health automates philanthropic aid to improve access, affordability, outcomes and health equity for vulnerable populations. Through intelligent matching and patient-friendly digital enrollment to 20,000 philanthropic aid programs, healthcare organizations can improve patient outcomes, advance health equity, reduce the total cost of care and improve the patient experience. Learn more at atlas.health.