Unwinding of Medicaid and its Impact on the Appalachian Region: What You Need to Know and What You Can Do
Recorded On: 06/28/2023
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The unwinding of Medicaid has begun. This will have an impact on people’s ability to access cancer-related services—from screening to treatment. It is important for primary care providers, cancer care providers, and other professionals working in healthcare to understand both the impact and how you can help ensure access to cancer screening and treatment services.
Richard Ingram, MD
President, Virginia Association of Hematologists and Oncologists; Medical Oncologist, Shenandoah Oncology
Richard Michael Ingram, MD, is a physician partner at Shenandoah Oncology in Winchester, VA, and the President of the Virginia Association of Hematology Oncology. He serves patients in the Northern Shenandoah Valley and surrounding communities in Virginia, West Virginia and Maryland. Dr. Ingram also serves on the Board of Directors of the Community Oncology Alliance.
Dr. Ingram received his medical degree from the State University of New York Health Sciences Center at Syracuse. He completed an internship and residency at the University of Virginia.
Aimee Hoch, MSW, LSW
Oncology Financial Navigator
Grand View Health Cancer Center
Aimee Hoch, LSW, OSW-C, is a Masters Level Social Worker with 20 plus years of experience in both healthcare and behavioral health. She earned her MSW from Fordham University Lincoln Center. A Financial Navigator for the Oncology Program at Grand View Health, Aimee is an advocate for individuals diagnosed with cancer by meeting them with empathy and connecting them with resources to support them during their most vulnerable times.
Aimee is a consultant for the Cancer Support Community as a Financial Navigation specialist and is a member of their Biosimilar Advisory Board. She is an active member of the Association of Community Cancer Center’s (ACCC) Financial Advocacy Network Advisory Committee and Voice Task Force. She speaks about Financial Toxicity and the role of Financial Navigation in cancer care. Aimee has been a guest on Cancer Buzz TV, Patient Power, and WDVR. She has been featured in publications including Breastcancer.org, Patient Power, and ACCC’s Financial Advocate Spotlight. Aimee has contributed to ACCC’s Patient Assistance and Reimbursement Guide and OncoLink News.
David S. Switzer MD, FAAFP
Medical Director, Population Health Valley Health System, Luray, VA
David Switzer MD, FAAFP, is the Medical Director of Population Health at Valley Health System in Luray, VA. He also provides primary care services in Page County, VA. Dr. Switzer also serves as the President of the Board of the Page Free Clinic in Luray, VA.
Dr. Switzer completed his undergraduate studies, medical school, and family medicine residency at the University of Virginia.
Joanna Fawzy Morales, Esq
Chief Executive Officer
Joanna Fawzy Morales, Esq. is a cancer rights attorney, author, speaker, and CEO of Triage Cancer, a national, nonprofit organization providing free education on practical and legal issues that may impact individuals coping with cancer and their caregivers, through events, materials, and resources.