FDA Updates: Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine EUA Caps Busy Week

December 20, 2020

The second mRNA vaccine, which does not need the extreme refrigeration of the Pfizer product, began rolling out of a warehouse in Mississippi early Sunday. Friday brought other late-year approvals in cancer treatment.

Improving Cancer Research Priorities in Light of COVID

November 30, 2020

The continuous battle in cancer research has unfortunately fallen a bit to the backseat due to healthcare's main focus on beating COVID-19 wildfires. To bring its needed attention back up on the ladder, Marie Lamont, president and COO of Inteliquet, a clinical trial software company, shares what took place in the drop of oncology-related activity and what can be done to improve.

Bringing CAR-T Cell Therapy to the Community

November 23, 2020

In the early going, patients seeking the expensive, customized cancer treatments called CAR-T cell therapy had to go to an academic medical center. But that’s changing, as Duncan Allen, M.H.A., of the community cancer network OneOncology explains.

Otis Brawley: Certain Cancer Screening Tests Have Exacerbated Health Disparities

November 02, 2020

The Johns Hopkins professor and new MHE editorial advisory board member discusses screening among race, how certain screening tests intensify health disparities and how the Trump administration is not correctly applying science within healthcare in this final part of a four-part video series.

Otis Brawley: Praise for the ACA Till the Ideal Comes Along

October 15, 2020

The Johns Hopkins professor and new MHE editorial advisory board member lauds the effects of the Affordable Care Act but holds out for a program that “gets every human being the healthcare that every human being deserves,” in this second part of a four-part series.

Meet the Board: Otis Brawley Talks Health, Racial Disparities, Cancer Screenings and More

September 30, 2020

This episode of Tuning Into The C-Suite welcomes our first of many episodes part of the new “Meet the Board” podcast series. Listeners will now hear from a member of Managed Healthcare Executive's Editorial Advisory Board once a month at the end of each month. The first guest featured is Physician and former Executive VP of the American Cancer Society, Otis Brawley. Brawley is a Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Oncology and Epidemiology at Johns Hopkins University.

5 Changes That Should be Made in Oncology

September 25, 2020

COVID-19 is certainly important. But oncologists, people with cancer, and complex ecosystem of cancer care in the U.S. are grappling with other important issues such as reimbursement, distorted incentives, the implications of the massive amount of data that is available, and, of course, high costs and prices. Included are thoughts from five experts on these challenges and how they might be met.