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The authors say increased attention to gut and adipose hormones will reveal pathways to treat infertility.
The widespread switch from regular to electronic cigarettes among teens has alarmed public health officials, who say nicotine in any form can harm brain development.
Patients and providers often have very different views of goals and values when it comes to treatment, so healthcare could benefit from figuring out how to systematize the shared decision making experience, Alan Balch, PhD, chief executive officer of the National Patient Advocate Foundation, said at the Community Oncology Alliance's 2016 Community Oncology Conference.
Representatives from 3 clinics that successfully participated in the Commission on Cancer accreditation process for the Oncology Medical Home model participated in a panel discussion on the first day of The Community Oncology Conference: Innovation in Cancer Care.
Updates to Medicare Advantage and the Part D Prescription Drug program will improve programs for health plans that provide care for vulnerable enrollees.
There are a number of models that look at innovating payments and focus on care delivery changes in oncology that are a positive step forward for patients, Debra Patt, MD, MPH, MBA, director of public policy at Texas Oncology, said at the Community Oncology Alliance's 2016 Community Oncology Conference.
A look at the pharmaceutical industry’s influence and practices, and how patients and providers can support efforts to improve regulation.
On the first day of The Community Oncology Conference: Innovation in Cancer Care, held in Orlando, Florida, April 13-15, 2016, oncologists discussed how their practices are coping with the transition toward quality- and value-based reimbursement.
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