The investigators are conducting a Type I hybrid effectiveness-implementation trial to assess the effectiveness of HINT-S (synchronous) compared to enhanced usual care (EUC) in promoting health insurance literacy, thus reducing worry, unmet health care needs, and financial consequences due to medical costs to improve care and long-term outcomes of childhood cancer survivors. The investigators will also compare HINT-S to HINT-A (asynchronous), a prerecorded, asynchronous version of the 5 HINT-S navigator sessions.
Boston, Massachusetts 02114, United States
are 18 years or older at time of enrollment
are able to give informed consent
have access to a smartphone, computer, or tablet with internet access
have US based health insurance
current LTFU cohort participants
having access to the CCSS patient portal.
Participants from the pilot trial will not be eligible
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The navigation intervention will be delivered by a health insurance navigator via HIPAA-compliant videoconferencing for the synchronous group (HINT-S) and will be delivered via pre-recorded video session for the asynchronous group HINT-A). Participants will be randomized into either the two navigation intervention arms (HINT-S and HINT-A; approximately 234 per intervention arm), or the enhanced usual care arm (approximately 52 for control arm). The sample size per arm was chosen to enable evaluation of feasibility and acceptability goals, as well as to explore meaningful differences in the outcomes. To assess the proposed primary and secondary outcomes, all trial participants will complete a baseline and 6-month and 12-month post-program follow-up survey.