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At the Patient-Centered Oncology Care 2015 meeting, held November 19-20, 2015, in Baltimore, Maryland, keynote speaker Julie M. Vose, MD, MBA, FASCO, president of the American Society of Clinical Oncology provided perspectives on the challenges faced by oncologists as the healthcare system transitions to define and incorporate value in the care delivered.
Rates of uninsured individuals vary dramatically across the country, and while some states made huge gains in covered individuals, others have lagged behind.
Steven M. Goldman, a former NJ insurance commissioner, sued the department he once led on behalf of a group of hospitals, saying officials had abdicated their duty in approving Horizon's tiered network plans.
The study population took part in the landmark ORIGIN trial, which evaluated hypoglycemia effects in persons with high CV risk and diabetes.
Collaboration between organizations serving the young adult cancer population benefits all involved
Due to poor performance in the Affordable Care Act's health insurance exchange's, UnitedHealth Group is considered pulling its plans from the exchanges in 2017.
Eligibility for prescription coverage and family income significantly influenced women's decisions to continue hormonal therapy and prevent recurrence of breast cancer, the authors found.
A majority of life sciences companies are planning on acquisitions and are targeting companies with a personalized medicine focus.
Diabetes Compendium
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