An innovative health care benefit program that supports employees and their managers.
LILLIE D. SHOCKNEY, R.N., B.S., M.A.S INTRODUCES
Johns Hopkins Work Stride: Managing Cancer at Work
For 1 in 2 men and 1 in 3 women, life-threatening cancer is in the future. Many of us will be working at the time of diagnosis, all hoping for a cure and that our lives will be as normal as possible as we go through treatment and strive for that cure.
Work Stride: Managing Cancer at Work is a benefit program that provides comprehensive information and nurse navigator support to help employees and managers understand and navigate the cancer journey. This approach keeps employees informed, engaged, and feeling supported.
Provides employees support:
- Talking to your manager about your diagnosis
- Talking to colleagues about your condition
- Understanding your cancer-related health care benefits
- Understanding cancer-related government subsidies
- Working during treatment
- Managing your life when you are the caregiver
Keeps employees informed about:
- Risk factors, diagnoses, treatments
- Early warning signs
- Value of regular cancer screening
PAYING ATTENTION TO CANCER PAYS OFF
- Provides personalized nurse navigation and follow up
- Enables managers and employees to identify viable work options
- Informs employees about risk factors and early warning signs
- Supports caregivers with needed information and tools
- Includes a Managers section with relevant information
- Reports on website utilization, nurse navigator engagement
Learn about the unique advantages of this health benefit program
FIGHTING CANCER ON THE JOB
Two patients recount their fight against cancer while working.
Work Stride: Managing Cancer at Work website– Provides an overview of the Work Stride: Managing Cancer at Work program.
The Johns Hopkins Oncology Patients’ Guides– A series of disease-specific books that inform and guide patients on diagnosis, treatment, and coping with cancer.
Work Stride: Managing Cancer at Work Digital Brochure– A brief overview of the Work Stride: Managing Cancer at Work program.
100 Questions & Answers About Advanced & Metastatic Breast Cancer, Second Edition– Essential and practical guidance for newly diagnosed cancer patients, survivors or the loved ones of those suffering from advanced breast cancer.
Breast Cancer Survivorship Care– An essential guide for nurses providing care to breast cancer survivors and those interested in joining the burgeoning field of cancer survivorship care.
Navigating Breast Cancer: Guide for the Newly Diagnosed, Second Edition– Authoritative, easy-to-follow information about each step of breast cancer treatment for patients and their families.
Making It Work Booklet– A brief overview of how supporting people to work after cancer is good for business.
Work Stride: Managing Cancer at Work Employee Overview– An informative 1-pager for employees to learn about this program.
Self Insurer – Paying Attention to Cancer Pays Off for Your Employees
WHY CHOOSE A JOHNS HOPKINS SOLUTION?
For nearly 130 years, Johns Hopkins has led the way in both biomedical discovery and health care, establishing the standard by which others follow and build upon. This is one of many faculty-developed programs, protocols and services provided by Johns Hopkins HealthCare Solutions to improve health outcomes and reduce the cost of care.
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