Oncology Practice Management - February 2014, Vol 4, No 1

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As oncology care managers, we are in a constant struggle to prove our value to our employers. The industry generally admires and values the role we play as part of the patient care model, yet employers are startled when we request worthwhile compensation. Read More ›

Ripples from even a small change magnify and create waves. We have seen an ever-growing pattern of ripples affecting the stream of cancer care delivery in 2013 and prior years. Read More ›

Dennis Wipperling, FACMPE, practice administrator with Surgical Specialists of Minnesota, Minneapolis, spoke at the Medical Group Management Association’s annual conference, where he noted that planning today is not what it used to be. Read More ›

Meryl D. Luallin, owner and partner of SullivanLuallin Group, San Diego, CA, developed a patient satisfaction survey system for physicians and administrators who were dissatisfied with their low patient satisfaction scores. Read More ›

The following clinical trials are currently recruiting patients with various types of cancer for inclusion in several investigations. Read More ›

Information is king in this day and age, and while collecting it is difficult, possessing it could lead to change. Read More ›

Biologics play a significant role in the treatment of a number of cancers, and some of the patents for these biologics are expiring in the coming years: enter biosimi­lars. Read More ›

This article will assist healthcare professionals and payers by providing appropriate coding and billing information associated supportive care in cancer treatment. Read More ›

Financial planning is a process that can help you reach your goals by evaluating the whole financial picture, then outlining strategies that are tailored to your individual needs and available resources. Read More ›

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