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Iowa Resources

This page has information specific to this state, including contact information for federal and state agencies, and some key information about laws and consumer protections.

To find financial assistance resources, please visit CancerFinances.org.

Click here for information about laws specific to Iowa.

 

Employment

Federal Fair Employment Agency
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
800.669.4000
info@eeoc.gov

Reasonable Accommodations
Job Accommodation Network
800.526.7234
jan@AskJAN.org

Family & Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
U.S. Department of Labor
Wage & Hour Division
866.487.9243

State Fair Employment Agency
Iowa Civil Rights Commission
800.457.4416

State Health Care Coverage Facts
Georgetown University Health Policy Institute

Vocational Rehabilitation
Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services
515.281.4211 or 515.281.7645

More Employment Resources

Unemployment Resources

Unemployment Agency

Iowa Department of Workforce Development
866.239.0843

Agency: Iowa Department of Workforce Development

Information. File here. Click here to see the current weekly benefit amount and the maximum length of benefits.

Frequently asked questions can be found here. And a comprehensive Handbook can be found here

Updates related to Indiana unemployment benefits and Covid-19

State Clinical Trials Law

Who must cover the costs? Individual or group accident and sickness insurance, individual or group HMO contracts, individual or group hospital or medical service contracts, and other entities engaged in the business of insurance. However, accident-only, specified disease, short-term hospital medical, dental, vision, Medicare supplement, long-term care, and disability insurance are not included.

What must be covered? Routine patient care costs of cancer clinical trials

Requirements for Coverage: The trial must: (1) involve the scientific study of a new therapy for the treatment of cancer in humans and consist of a scientific plan of treatment that includes specified goals, a rationale, and background for the plan; criteria for patient selection; specific directions for administering therapy and monitoring patients; a definition of quantitative measures for determining treatment response; and methods for documenting and treating adverse reactions; (2) the treatment must be provided with therapeutic intent (that is, aimed at improving the patient’s survival or quality of life); (3) the proposed treatment must be reviewed and approved by the applicable qualified Institutional and Review Board; and (4), the available clinical or preclinical data must indicate that the treatment will be at least as effective as the standard therapy and is anticipated to constitute an improvement in therapeutic effectiveness for the treatment of the disease in question

Qualifying Trials: The trial must be authorized or approved by (1) the NIH, (2) US Food and Drug Administration, (3) US Dept of Defense or (4) US Dept of Veterans Affairs

(Last udpated 8/2022)