Kathy Oubre: COA Conference Allows for Exchange of Ideas to Improve Patient Care

April 17, 2020

The Community Oncology Alliance's annual conference is a space where industry experts and key opinion leaders can share ideas on improving patient care and advocate for community oncology, said Kathy Oubre, MS, chief operating officer at Pontchartrain Cancer Center.

The Community Oncology Alliance's annual conference is a space where industry experts and key opinion leaders can share ideas on improving patient care and advocate for community oncology, said Kathy Oubre, MS, chief operating officer at Pontchartrain Cancer Center.

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What will you be presenting on at COA's 2020 Virtual Conference?

At this year's Community Oncology Alliance conference, I will be participating with other panelists to discuss top community oncology trends and issues as well as improving practice workflows and prior authorizations through the use of artificial intelligence.

Why should individuals register for the conference?

Whether virtual or in person, the annual Community Oncology Alliance conference is always a place for us to share ideas for improving patient care, discuss the unique challenges that we face, and ultimately advocate for community oncology.