The rising costs of life-saving medication places a large burden on patients and family alike. We at CancerCare Co-payment Assistance are dedicated to helping improve a patient’s quality of life by providing important financial assistance for targeted treatment drugs. We offer easy to access, same day approval over the phone or online. Our well-trained, professional staff is available to help you continue on your path toward health and effective treatment.

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Eligible individuals will receive an application packet with instructions on how to apply for assistance. Our co-payment specialists are available to assist you if you have any questions about this process.

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Contact us at 866-55-COPAY (866-552-6729) or information@cancercarecopay.org.

Covered Diagnoses

For a current list of covered diagnoses, please visit http://portal.cancercarecopay.org/Funds-Available/Diagnoses

If we do not have funding for your type of cancer, our co-payment specialists will provide you with information about other patient assistance programs, support services and additional resources that may be helpful. Please call 866-55-COPAY (866-552-6729), or email us at information@cancercarecopay.org.

Eligibility

In order to be eligible for assistance, patients must complete and sign an application and HIPAA Authorization form, as well as provide proof of income. We will review your application and forms on a first-come, first-served basis to the extent that funding is available.

Please note: Grants can be awarded when funding is available for a specific diagnosis. If we do not have funds available at the time of request for a particular diagnosis, we will refer you to another foundation that may be able to assist. View current covered cancer diagnoses.

To qualify for assistance, you must meet certain financial, medical and insurance criteria.

Financial

  • Individuals or families with an adjusted gross income of up to four or five times the federal poverty level (depending on fund) may qualify for assistance. We may also consider the cost of living in your particular city or state. Income verification is required as part of the application process. View the Federal Poverty chart.
  • CCAF understands that cancer is an expensive illness and family income can change drastically due to a cancer diagnosis. If your income is over our criteria, please call and discuss your specific financial situation with one of our co-payment specialist. If we are unable to assist you through our foundation, we may be able to provide you with other resources and support services.

Medical

  • Your primary cancer diagnosis must be the same as one of the funds that we cover. View current covered diagnoses. The patient will have to sign and attest that his/her primary diagnosis matches our fund. Additional documentation may be requested by the prescribing physician on a case by case basis if further clarification is needed.
  • When beginning the application process, you must be undergoing chemotherapy or have a treatment plan in place to begin treatment with an oral targeted prescription medication or an IV administered chemotherapy drug.

Insurance

  • You must have insurance that covers a portion of your medications. Some funds are restricted to assist only those covered by a federal health insurance program such as Medicare, Medicaid or TRICARE while others accept both private and federal insurance. Please view current covered cancer diagnoses with insurance types noted.

Private Insurance: Patients with private insurance must contact the drug company that manufactures your medication before applying with CCAF for assistance. Drug companies have several program options that may help you. If you are not sure how to find out about manufacturer assistance programs, please contact us and speak with one of our co-payment specialists.

Uninsured: While CCAF cannot assist patients without insurance coverage, we encourage you to contact us for references to other organizations and patient assistance programs which can assist.

Other

  • You must be receiving treatment in the United States.
  • You must be a U.S. citizen or legal resident.

Eligible individuals will receive an application packet with instructions on how to apply for assistance. Our co-payment specialists are available to assist you if you have any questions about this process.

You can be approved on the same day you apply by visiting our PORTAL and using our online application OR you can apply over the telephone with the assistance of a co-payment specialist. Contact us.

How to Apply

Applying with CCAF is easy. The first step is to make sure you have read our eligibility requirements and have gathered all the information you will need to present, including:

  • Name
  • Date of birth
  • Phone number
  • Primary/mailing address
  • Social Security Number
  • Number of dependents
  • Annual Household income
  • Health insurance information for medical and prescription coverage
  • Diagnosis (view current covered cancer diagnoses)
  • Product or medication(s) prescribed

You, a family member or a representative can contact us directly and a co-payment specialist can assist you. Office hours are 9 a.m.–7 p.m. (EST) Monday through Thursday, and 9 a.m.–5 p.m. (EST) on Friday.

To apply online, go to our PORTAL site.

If you are eligible you can be conditionally approved and setup to receive your medication that same day. We will then mail, fax or email the application to you. To complete the application process, you will need to submit the completed application with verification of income and insurance coverage.

If you have questions, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions or contact us.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Application Process

  1. Can I return my forms and information via email or fax?
  2. Can I apply for assistance online?
  3. How long does it take to process an application?
  4. How do I check the status of my application?
  5. What if my pharmacy is not a participating pharmacy, or if I am taking an infused therapy?
  6. When and how will I know if I have been accepted?

Communication

  1. What happens if CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation no longer has funds to support my type of cancer during the period of my grant?
  2. Can my grant be ended without my knowledge?
  3. How do I contact the CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation (CCAF)?

Continuing Funding and Reapplication

  1. What if the grant I receive runs out during my grant year?
  2. How can I reapply for assistance?

Eligibility

  1. Do uninsured patients qualify for help?
  2. If I have Medicare Part D, can I still apply?
  3. Must I live in the United States?
  4. Must I receive treatment in the United States?
  5. Do you only assist Medicare patients?

General

  1. Can you refer me to other patient assistance programs?
  2. What services can you provide through CancerCare?
  3. If I am approved, how long will I be enrolled?
  4. Do you cover the entire co-payment or just certain treatments?
  5. How do I check the status of a payment?
  6. Does my approval cover treatments I’ve already had?
  7. What assistance does CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation provide?
  8. Does CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation provide insurance premium assistance?
  9. How much financial assistance does CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation provide?
  10. What happens if a fund is closed?
  11. Where does CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation get its funding?
  12. Do I qualify? What are the eligibility criteria?
  13. Can I get a list of the diagnoses you cover?
  14. What are the income requirements?
  15. Why do I need to send income information?

Application Process

  1. Can I return my forms and information via email or fax?

    Yes, FAX: 212-601-9760

    Online – Documents can be uploaded and attached to the patient record via our secure online PORTAL.

  2. Can I apply for assistance online?

    Yes. You, or a representative on your behalf, can apply online through our PORTAL.

    You will need to have the following information available when you apply online:

    • Name
    • Date of Birth
    • Phone Number
    • Primary/mailing address
    • Social Security Number
    • Number of Dependents
    • Annual household adjusted gross income
    • Health insurance information for medial and prescription coverage
    • Diagnosis (view current covered cancer diagnoses)
    • Product or medication(s) prescribed
  3. How long does it take to process an application?

    We will process your enrollment form the same day it is received. For easy access, you can enroll through our PORTAL.

  4. How do I check the status of my application?

    • ONLINE through our PORTAL you can create an account and have access to your file. You will be able to check your enrollment status, fund balance, payments made to providers.
    • BY PHONE: You, or a representative on your behalf, can contact CCAF by calling 866-552-6729 (select option 3). Co-payment specialists are available from 9 a.m.–7 p.m. (EST) Monday through Thursday, and 9 a.m.–5 p.m. (EST) on Friday.
  5. What if my pharmacy is not a participating pharmacy, or if I am taking an infused therapy?

    The foundation does not limit a patient’s choice of therapy or provider. We are able to work with all providers with our convenient Access Card Program which is accepted by most providers.

  6. When and how will I know if I have been accepted?

    If you are utilizing the services of a participating specialty pharmacy, you will be notified by your provider that you have been conditionally approved for your first medication dispense. We will then send you a letter along with the application form and instructions on how to apply to the program. You will have 21 days to submit your finished paperwork in order to be considered for continued help.

Communication

  1. What happens if CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation no longer has funds to support my type of cancer during the period of my grant?

    If CCAF has to close a fund while you are receiving assistance, you will be notified 60 days before the date your grant ends. We will make every effort to provide you with other resources. All invoices received for chemotherapy or targeted treatment drugs that were processed during the year of your grant will continue to be paid.

  2. Can my grant be ended without my knowledge?

    Yes. We must see that you are using your grant within 90 days from the date your grant started (See your award letter). A delay can result in the ending of your grant. If this happens and you still require assistance, your case will be re-evaluated based on available funding.

  3. How do I contact the CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation (CCAF)?

    You, or a representative on your behalf, can contact CCAF by calling 866-55-COPAY (866-552-6729). Co-payment specialists are available from 9 a.m.–7 p.m. (EST) Monday through Thursday, and 9 a.m.–5 p.m. (EST) on Friday.

Continuing Funding and Reapplication

  1. What if the grant I receive runs out during my grant year?

    Funding is limited, and there may be a limit to the amount of funding CCAF can provide per patient per year. If your grant runs out before your grant year ends, you can contact us to see if there are any funding options for you.

  2. How can I reapply for assistance?

    If your status with CCAF has remained active throughout the year, you will receive a renewal notice in the mail 60 days before the date your grant ends, with instructions for reapplying for continued assistance.

    If funds are no longer available, we will notify you and provide you with resources to other foundations and organizations that may be able to help.

Eligibility

  1. Do uninsured patients qualify for help?

    No. CCAF is only able to assist insured individuals who need help paying the co-payment cost of their treatments. However, our co-payment specialists can refer you to other resources that may be able to help, including drug company patient assistance programs and state prescription programs. The Partnership for Prescription Assistance website is helpful for people without insurance.

  2. If I have Medicare Part D, can I still apply?

    Yes. CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation can help if you meet all other medical and financial criteria. This assistance will count toward your true out-of-pocket costs (TrOOP) to get you through the Medicare Part D coverage gap or doughnut hole.

    If you have a low income (up to 150% of the federal poverty level) with limited assets and are enrolled in a Medicare Part D plan, you may be eligible for Low Income Subsidy (LIS) assistance. If you qualify for LIS, your out-of-pocket expenses will be less. You can find out if you qualify by calling 800-772-1213 or by visiting www.cms.gov.

  3. Must I live in the United States?

    You must be either a U.S. citizen or a legal resident.

  4. Must I receive treatment in the United States?

    Yes. You must receive treatment in the United States.

  5. Do you only assist Medicare patients?

    We have certain funds that are limited to patients insured through a federal health insurance program such as Medicare, Medicaid and TRICARE. We also have funds that accept all types of insurance coverage both private and public insurance. Please (view current covered cancer diagnoses with insurance types noted).

    Private Insurance: Patients with private insurance must contact the drug company that manufactures your medication before applying with CCAF for assistance. Drug companies have several program options that may help you. If you are not sure how to find out about manufacturer assistance programs, please contact us and speak with one of our co-payment specialists.

General

  1. Can you refer me to other patient assistance programs?

    Yes. You or a representative on your behalf can contact CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation by calling 866-55-COPAY (866-552-6729). Co-payment specialists are available from 9 a.m.–7 p.m. (EST) Monday through Thursday, and 9 a.m.–5 p.m. (EST) on Friday. They can refer you to other resources that may help such as drug company patient assistance programs and state prescription programs. The Partnership for Prescription Assistance website is helpful for individuals without insurance.

  2. What services can you provide through CancerCare?

    CancerCare can provide patients and caregivers with a comprehensive network of services include telephone, online and in-person counseling and support groups, resource referrals, publications, education and financial assistance, in addition to co-payment assistance.

    All CancerCare services are delivered by professional oncology social workers and are completely free of charge. Learn more >>

  3. If I am approved, how long will I be enrolled?

    You are enrolled for up to one year from the time you are approved.

  4. Do you cover the entire co-payment or just certain treatments?

    CCAF has funding to cover co-payment, coinsurance and deductibles for chemotherapy or targeted treatment medications only. Any charges for scans, radiation, lab work or symptom management medicines are not covered.

  5. How do I check the status of a payment?

    • ONLINE through our PORTAL you can create an account and have access to your file. You will be able to check your enrollment status, fund balance and payments made to providers.
    • BY PHONE: You, or a representative on your behalf, can contact CCAF by calling 866-552-6729 (select option 4). Co-payment specialists are available from 9 a.m.–7 p.m. (EST) Monday through Thursday, and 9 a.m.–5 p.m. (EST) on Friday.
  6. Does my approval cover treatments I’ve already had?

    CCAF will consider retroactive reimbursement on a case-by-case basis for first time applicants actively receiving chemotherapy or targeted treatment. Our retroactive assistance will only consider dates of service within 60 days prior to the date we approve your application. Conditional approval does not include retroactive coverage.

  7. What assistance does CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation provide?

    CCAF has funding to cover co-payment, coinsurance and deductibles for chemotherapy or targeted treatment medications only. Any charges for scans, radiation, lab work or symptom management medicines are not covered.

  8. Does CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation provide insurance premium assistance?

    CCAF does not currently have funding to help with insurance premiums.

  9. How much financial assistance does CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation provide?

    The amount of assistance you receive depends on a number of things, including:

    • The amount of funding available for each covered diagnosis
    • Your insurance coverage
    • The actual co-payments you have within one year
  10. What happens if a fund is closed?

    If a fund is closed, a co-payment specialist will be able to direct you to other co-payment assistance foundations that may be able to help. You can also check our website periodically for an update on the status of a fund or call us at 866-552-6729.

  11. Where does CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation get its funding?

    CCAF receives funding from individuals and corporate sponsors, including pharmaceutical companies and foundations. If you are interested in making a donation or becoming a corporate sponsor, please visit our Support Us page.

  12. Do I qualify? What are the eligibility criteria?

    To qualify for assistance, you must meet CCAF financial, medical and insurance criteria. Please review eligibility criteria.

  13. Can I get a list of the diagnoses you cover?

    Yes. You can view the list of covered diagnoses. Please keep in mind that available funding may change, so check the website regularly for updates.

  14. What are the income requirements?

    Individuals or families with an adjusted gross income of up to four or five times the federal poverty level (depending on fund) may qualify for assistance. we may also consider the cost of living in your particular city or state. Income verification is required as part of the application process. View Federal Poverty chart.

    CCAF understands that cancer is an expensive illness and family income can change drastically due to a cancer diagnosis.  If your income is over our criteria, please call and discuss your specific financial situation with one of our co-payment specialist. If we are unable to assist you through our foundation, we may be able to provide you with other resources and support services.

  15. Why do I need to send income information?

    CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation has limited resources and eligibility is determined based on financial need. Therefore, we must verify financial need based on the supporting documentation you are required to provide with your application.

Contact

Questions? Please visit our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) or contact us by:

Phone

866-55-COPAY (866-552-6729)
212-601-9750
Office Hours
Monday to Thursday: 9 a.m.–7 p.m. (EST)
Friday: 9 a.m.–5 p.m. (EST)

Fax

212-601-9760

Email

information@cancercarecopay.org

Mail

CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation
275 Seventh Avenue, 22nd Floor
New York, NY 10001

Website

cancercare.org/copayfoundation

Portal

portal.cancercarecopay.org

About

CancerCare has more than 72 years of leadership in the cancer community and a history of providing ‘Whole Patient Care’.

CancerCare provides free, professional support services including counseling, support groups, educational workshops, publications, and financial assistance to anyone affected by cancer. All CancerCare services are provided by oncology social workers and world-leading cancer experts.

Our whole patient approach reduces the complexities of cancer care by creating a support system for patients to help manage their care and increase access. We also streamline communications with caregivers, doctors, pharmacies and manufacturers to keep our patients connected to the people and information they need.

In 2008, in response to an overwhelming need by insured patients facing high co-pays, deductibles and coinsurance for prescribed treatments, we launched the CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation (CCAF).

CCAF is a nonprofit organization dedicated to removing insurance barriers by helping qualified patients afford the co-payments, coinsurance and deductibles for prescribed cancer treatments.

Applying for assistance is quick and easy and can provide patients same day approval through our state-of-the-art online platform. Patients will receive comprehensive follow-ups from our Co-Payment Specialists and provided access to CancerCare’s “Whole Patient Care” which includes emotional, practical and educational services for those affected by cancer.

CCAF is the only co-payment assistance foundation dedicated to all types of cancer. Since 2008, the foundation has established funds for 10 types of cancer.

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Executive Staff

Patricia J. Goldsmith Chief Executive Officer

John Rutigliano, CPA Chief Operating Officer

Christine Verini Chief Business Development Officer

Michele McCourt Senior Director

Board of Trustees

Timothy M. Dwyer President

President and CEO, Entitle Direct Group, Inc.

Paul M. Friedman Treasurer

Retired from Guggenheim Securities LLC

Margaret R. Diaz-Cruz Secretary

Director, Stipendiary Program, Isaac H. Tuttle Fund

Financial Information

You may download CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation’s financial statements in Adobe PDF format. To request a printed copy or to inquire about financial statements not seen here, please contact us.

Support Us

Studies have shown that patients with cancer have a higher financial burden than patients with other chronic conditions. Having to choose between the cost of necessary medications and other financial obligations can be one of the most difficult decisions to make.

You can help others afford the treatments that have been prescribed for them and provide them with free, professional support by making a donation today. CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation relies on corporate, foundation and individual donations to support its programs.

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CancerCare is the leader in oncology patient assistance. CancerCare has more than 72 years of leadership in the cancer community and a history of providing “Whole Patient Care.”

CancerCare provides free, professional support services including counseling, support groups, educational workshops, publications and financial assistance to anyone affected by cancer. All CancerCare services are provided by oncology social workers and world-leading cancer experts.

Our whole patient approach reduces the complexities of cancer care by creating a support system for patients to help manage their care and increase access. We also streamline communications with caregivers, doctors, pharmacies and manufacturers to keep our patients connected to the people and information they need.

In 2008, in response to an overwhelming need by insured patients facing high co-pays, deductibles and coinsurance for prescribed treatments, we launched the CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation (CCAF).

CCAF is a nonprofit organization dedicated to removing insurance barriers by helping qualified patients afford the co-payments, coinsurance and deductibles for prescribed cancer treatments.

Applying for assistance is quick and easy and can provide patients same day approval through our state-of-the-art online platform. Patients will receive comprehensive follow-ups from our Co-Payment Specialists and provided access to CancerCare’s “Whole Patient Care” which includes emotional, practical, and educational services for those affected by cancer.

CCAF is the only co-payment assistance foundation dedicated to all types of cancer. Since 2008, the foundation has established funds for ten types of cancer.

Enroll a PatientView current covered cancer diagnoses

How can I enroll my patient?

You can enroll your patient online 24/7 through our secure PORTAL or with the assistance of a co-payment specialist by calling 866-55-COPAY (866-552-6729) Office hours are 9 a.m.–7 p.m. (EST) Monday through Thursday, and 9 a.m.–5 p.m. (EST) on Friday.

You will need to have the following patient information available when you call or apply online:

  • Name
  • Date of birth
  • Phone number
  • Primary/mailing address
  • Social Security Number
  • Number of dependents
  • Annual household adjusted gross income
  • Health insurance information for medical and prescription coverage
  • Diagnosis (view current covered cancer diagnoses)
  • Product or medication(s) prescribed

Can I receive correspondence on behalf of my patient?

If requested, an application can be mailed or faxed directly to you on behalf of the patient. If you provide your contact information it will be included in the patient record, and you will be contacted if there are any questions regarding the application. However, once the application is received and processed, the patient will receive all other correspondence.

How can I check on the status of my patient’s application?

  • ONLINE through our PORTAL Physicians can create a provider account and patients linked to that provider can have access to certain information about the patient’s grant. You will be able to check enrollment status, fund balance and payments made.
  • BY PHONE: You can contact CCAF by calling 866-552-6729 (select option 3). Co-payment specialists are available from 9 a.m.–7 p.m. (EST) Monday through Thursday, and 9 a.m.–5 p.m. (EST) on Friday.

How can we bill your foundation?

There are three ways to work with CCAF for payment:

  1. Access Card Program – Provides outpatient medical facilities and pharmacies rapid payment for services via a credit card which can be used in most payment systems. Learn more.
  2. Direct Pay Program with Participating Specialty Pharmacy – CCAF has agreements and process’ in place with several specialty pharmacy providers to submit dispenses to us via a secure online file transfer protocol. Payments are made by check monthly.
  3. Invoice - For providers that cannot use the other options offered, invoices along with an EOB can mailed or faxed to the foundation. Payments are made by check to the provider monthly.

Invoices can be mailed or faxed to:

CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation
275 Seventh Ave., 22nd Fl.
New York, NY 10001
Fax: 212-601-9762

CCAF will consider retroactive reimbursement on a case-by-case basis for first time applicants actively receiving chemotherapy or targeted treatment. Our retroactive assistance will only consider dates of service within 60 days prior to the date of approvalConditional approval does not include retroactive coverage.

Can my patient’s grant be terminated after an approval has been granted?

Claims must be submitted to CCAF within 90 days from the award effective date or the award will be terminated. As the need for co-payment assistance continues to rise, CCAF cannot keep funds reserved for an individual beyond 90 days from the award effective date. Delay or significant lapse in claims submitted can also result in termination of an award. If this happens and your patient still requires assistance, the case will be re-evaluated based on funding availability at that time.

What if my patient’s grant runs out during his/her enrollment year?

Funding is limited and there may be a limit to the amount of funding CCAF can provide per patient per year. If your patient’s grant runs out before the enrollment year ends, you can contact the program to see if the patient is eligible for additional funding.

If my patient’s application is denied, how can we appeal?

CCAF understands that cancer is an expensive illness and family income can change drastically due to a cancer diagnosis. If your patient’s income is over our criteria, please have the patient call to discuss his/her specific financial situation with one of our co-payment specialist. A decision may be overturned as long as documentation to support the appeal is provided and funding remains available.

If we are still unable to provide assistance through our foundation, we may be able to provide other resources and support services.

Funders

CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation (CCAF) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping people with cancer afford their co-payments for chemotherapy and targeted treatment drugs. We offer a seamless, same-day approval process. Through a proven, state-of-the-art platform, we can ensure speed to therapy.

CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation provides easy and immediate access to the full array of CancerCare psychosocial and financial services.

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A Robust Network of Support Services

CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation is proud to be affiliated with CancerCare. Since 1944, CancerCare has provided free high-quality, professional support services to anyone affected by cancer. Rooted in this tradition, we provide easy access to the full array of CancerCare services, including counseling, support groups (online, telephone and in-person), resource referrals, publications, education and financial assistance with treatment-related expenses such as transportation and child care. All callers to CCAF have immediate access to these services.

Same-Day Approval

We offer a proven platform for same-day approvals resulting in an easy, seamless and transparent process.

Through CCAF, participating providers are able to refer patients to us directly. If eligible, patients are conditionally approved for an initial dispense of medication – the same day. All enrollment forms are processed the same day they are received. For easy access, patients can enroll through our PORTAL site.

Seamless Process & State-of-the-Art Technology

Using state-of-the-art online tools and resources, we’re able to help patients and providers track both dispense history and fund usage. Our web-based portal is accessible from anywhere you have access to the Internet. It’s a secure and convenient way for patients, pharmacies and clinicians to access HIPAA-compliant data and treatment-specific information.

Patient Management and Approvals Process at a Glance

Patient Initialization

Accessing us online is just one way patients may be referred to CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation. Others include: direct calls, fax, specialty pharmacy, physicians and hub organizations.

Eligibility Screening

Once the referral request is received, CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation screens the patient for eligibility requirements, including:

  • Diagnosis
  • Product
  • Product insurance coverage
  • Financial qualifications (household size and income, demographics, etc.)
  • U.S. Citizenship (via Social Security Number)

Enrollment Paperwork Process

If patient verbally qualifies, the patient is mailed, faxed or emailed the official CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation enrollment form.

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Real-Time Insight

CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation uses a custom-built database that automates all steps in the patient assistance cycle, including eligibility, awards, billing and follow-up, as well as all correspondence. Data points are collected at all stages of the grant cycle, allowing for timely and robust reporting to funders.

Doing business with CCAF is efficient and straightforward. We have access to full administrative support from CancerCare, which allows for flexible and professional business relationships.

Our financial statements are posted on our website, and CCAF is fully transparent regarding its operations and expenditures.

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