A practicing oncologist, board certified in Hematology, Oncology, Internal Medicine, and Holistic and Integrative medicine, Dr Patel is currently the president of the South Carolina Oncology Society and also serves on the board of the Community Oncology Alliance. He has been a practicing oncologist in 3 different continents and different healthcare delivery models, including the National Health Service in the UK and Scotland. His primary areas of interest and expertise include end-of-life and palliative care, primary and secondary prevention of cancer with lifestyle modification, and healthcare policy. He is a certified physician educator and trainer for end-of-life and palliative care.
Addressing Cancer Health Disparities in a Multilateral Collaboration in an Independent Community Cancer Clinic: Translating Words Into ActionMarch 15th 2022
No One Left Behind, a program to provide financial assistance and access to cancer care at Carolina Blood and Cancer Care Associates in South Carolina, will be discussed during a session of the Community Oncology Alliance 2022 Community Oncology Conference.
Considerations to Increase Rates of Breast Cancer Screening Across PopulationsMarch 14th 2022
Authors from the Community Oncology Alliance and Avalere Health present data that show breast cancer screening rates recovered more slowly among some racial/ethnic groups following on the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pursuing a Different Triple Aim: Employers Seek Better Health Care, Improved Productivity, and Lower CostsDecember 17th 2020
In this issue of Evidence-Based Oncology™, we explore the role of collaboration between employers and providers in reducing health care costs, improving workforce health and productivity, and improving health care.
Roadmap to Success in the Oncology Care Model: Tapping Into Human Potential via Sustained EngagementDecember 27th 2018
The authors, led by Kashyap Patel, MD, offer the first in a series of articles on how Carolina Blood and Cancer Care Associates leveraged the strength of its team to take part in the Oncology Care Model.