The Guaranteed Income and Financial Treatment Trial (G.I.F.T.T.) pairs a financial navigation program with guaranteed monthly income and evaluates its impact on cancer-related financial hardship, currently experienced by one in three patients during the course of their treatment.
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The University of Pennsylvania (Penn) Telehealth ReseArch Center of Excellence (Penn TRACE), based at the Penn Center for Cancer Care Innovation (PC3I) at the Abramson Cancer Center, is one of four NCI Telehealth Research Centers of Excellence dedicated to advancing the nation's telehealth research agenda focused on improving cancer-related care and outcomes, with support from the White House Cancer Moonshot.
A decision aid tool will be modified and piloted specifically to support and inform shared decision making for older adults with low health literacy considering colorectal cancer screening.
Through value-based care analyses and focus groups, this study seeks to assess value, safety, and feasibility of telehealth in clinical trials for patients with gynecologic malignancies.
Fifty percent of gynecologic oncology patients experience financial toxicity. This intervention introduces a financial navigation program to mitigate financial toxicity and provide support for patients during treatment.