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Has recommended preventive service use increased after elimination of cost-sharing as part of the Affordable Care Act in the United States?
Colorectal cancer screening in the United States: Trends from 2008 to 2015 and variation by health insurance coverage.
Access to preventive health care for cancer survivors.
Exploring barriers to the receipt of necessary medical care among cancer survivors under age 65 years
- Matthew P. Banegas, J. Dickerson, K. Robin Yabroff
- Medicine, PsychologyJournal of Cancer Survivorship
- 1 February 2018
Key financial and insurance risk factors that may serve as significant barriers to the receipt of necessary medical care among cancer survivors age < 65 in the USA are identified.
Is Cancer History Associated With Assets, Debt, and Net Worth in the United States?
- Maryam Doroudi, D. Coughlan, Matthew P. Banegas, Xuesong Han, K. Robin Yabroff
- MedicineJNCI cancer spectrum
- 1 April 2018
Cancer history is associated with lower asset ownership, more debt, and lower net worth, especially in survivors age 45-54 years, and longitudinal studies of financial holdings will be important to inform development of interventions to reduce financial hardship.
Association of Medicaid Expansion with Cancer Stage and Disparities in Newly Diagnosed Young Adults.
The first evidence on the association of Medicaid expansion with shifts to early-stage cancer at diagnosis and a narrowing of rural-urban and Black-White disparities in YA cancer patients is provided.
Treatment Patterns Among De Novo Metastatic Cancer Patients Who Died Within 1 Month of Diagnosis
Treatment of patients diagnosed with imminently fatal de novo metastatic cancer varied markedly by cancer type and patient/facility characteristics, and these variations warrant more research to better identify patients with im Eminence fatal deNovo metastic cancer who may not benefit from aggressive and expensive therapies.
Health Economics Research in Cancer Treatment: Current Challenges and Future Directions.
- James B. Yu, Deborah Schrag, K. Robin Yabroff
- MedicineJournal of the National Cancer Institute…
- 5 July 2022
The National Cancer Institute Division of Cancer Control and Population Science hosted a virtual conference on the Future of Cancer Health Economics Research and included a presentation from a…
Cancer Survivorship and Supportive Care Economics Research: Current Challenges and Next Steps.
- L. Nicholas, A. Davidoff, C. Bradley
- Medicine, Political ScienceJournal of the National Cancer Institute…
- 5 July 2022
Key areas where more research is needed are reviewed and strategies for improving data infrastructure, research funding, and capacity building to strengthen survivorship health economics research are described.