Managing the “Knowledge Explosion” a Key Challenge of Precision Oncology
Managing the constantly evolving selection of therapies in oncology can be difficult, but is of the utmost importance to get the right treatment to the right patient, agreed a panel at Patient-Centered Oncology Care® 2020.
From Making Oncology Clinical Pathways Multidisciplinary, to Adding the Patient’s Voice
According to the final panel at Patient-Centered Oncology Care®, clinical pathways can create a new problem: if each payer tries to impose its own pathways, it’s an administrative and ethical nightmare.
Infrastructure of OCM Helps Practices Through COVID-19
The keynote address at Patient-Centered Oncology Care® 2020 focused on the way practices have benefitted from the Oncology Care Model as the pandemic wears on.
Implementation of Chronic Care Management and Telehealth in Oncology
Panelists at Patient-Centered Oncology Care® 2020 discussed practical methods and the potential benefits of utilizing chronic care management (CCM) billing and telehealth in oncology.
In Drug Pricing, PBMs Called the “Arsonist and the Firefighter in One”
Pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs), once just administrators created to ease claims processing, have grown to a position of power that comes with conflicts of interest aplenty, said a panel at Patient-Centered Oncology Care® 2020.
How Education, Access Can Optimize Value-Based Cancer Care Delivery
Harlan Levine, MD, highlighted the chasm present in oncology today during his talk during this year’s Patient-Centered Oncology Care® 2020 conference.
As Practices Await OCF Details, the Question of How to Factor in COVID-19 Emerges
A panel at Patient-Centered Oncology Care® 2020 discussed the challenges of a pandemic as oncology practice transformation initiatives continue on.
How Federal Policy Decisions Are Influencing Cancer Care
As novel therapies drive up the cost of cancer care, federal policy decisions are being made that influence oncologists' ability to deliver cancer care, said Debra Patt, MD, PhD, MBA, MPH, of Texas Oncology.
Addressing Cancer Disparities Requires Asking Questions and Putting Aside Assumptions
Speakers at Patient-Centered Oncology Care® highlighted injustices in the US health care system, the risk of financial toxicity, and how providers can do a better job to ensure their patients achieve health equity, during a panel discussion.
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