The Interplay of Financial Toxicity, Health Care Team Communication, and Psychosocial Well-being among Rural Cancer Patients and Survivors
Examines the relationship among financial toxicity, healthcare team communication, and psychosocial health among rural oncology patients. Analyzes 273 patients who participated in the Cancer Support Community's Cancer Experience Registry between 2017-2023 by demographic information, depression, anxiety, social functioning, and healthcare team communication variables and their correlation with financial toxicity.
Melissa F. Miller, Julie S. Olson, Kara Doughtie, Alexandra K. Zaleta, Kimberly P. Rogers
Journal of Rural Health
Cancer · Chronic disease management · Depression · Healthcare business and finance · Income · Mental health · Stress and stress disorders