What does team-based cancer care done right look like? Here are two real-word models worth emulating.
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New Cardinal Health Specialty Solutions research shares inside information about oncologists’ views about targeted therapies.
Treating patients with cancer is often challenging yet rewarding work. But caring for patients in an urban setting, where some patients don’t speak English and other patients aren’t fully insured and possibly facing significant financial challenges.
Montefiore Medical Center in Bronx, New York, is participating in CMS’ oncology care model, a value-based payment arrangement. Find out what new group of staff members is helping it succeed.
Ron Barkley, president of the Cancer Center Business Development Group, which consults with oncology providers on value-based care arrangements, shares tips.
CEO of a Pennsylvania-based oncology group shares how participating in a new value-based model is changing the care approach.
Healthcare systems stand to lose $6 million if burned out physicians choose to resign or work elsewhere. Here are some ways to curb burnout and its associated costs.
When caring for cancer patients, improving care coordination in these two areas is key—and it can help reduce healthcare costs.
Successful CAR T-cell therapy reimbursement begins with careful payer-provider collaboration and taking these two approaches.
A Stanford expert describes ideal treatment locations, common barriers, and how payers could better support patients and families.