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Some Practices That Did Not Do OCM Are Applying


In a sign that value-based care is here to stay, some practices that did not participate in the Oncology Care Model (OCM) have applied for the Enhancing Oncology Model (EOM).

Fred Divers, MD, chief medical officer, American Oncology Network and medical oncologist, Genesis Cancer and Blood Institute of Arkansas, and moderator Stuart Staggs, MSIE, senior director, strategic programs, The US Oncology Network, said the initial concern about EOM was whether practices would participate, but some have applied to find out more about the model. Stephen Schleicher, MD, MBA, chief medical officer, Tennessee Oncology, said within his network, OneOncology, all 15 practices have applied, even those that did not participate in OCM.

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