The CMS Fee Schedule: Impact on Oncology
There are several issues in the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services 2012 fee schedule that are of concern to oncologists.
Three Case Studies Highlight the Changing World of Oncology Practice
The economics of running an oncology practice is forcing physicians to consider whether they should stay in private practice, join a large network or hospital, or become hospital employees.
Cancer Management Systems: A Path Toward Better Patient Care
Oncologists are all faced with the same challenge-delivering the best cancer care possible while reining in rising costs and one answer that many oncologists are looking at is cancer management systems.
Reimbursement: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
Prior approval improves chances of being reimbursed, increases practice costs, and can delay treatment.
Hematology Pipeline: Baby Steps After a Giant Leap
A closer look at the hematology pipeline where there are multiple promising studies in progress for hematologic malignancies, including lymphoma, leukemia, and multiple myeloma.
Reimbursement for Care, Not Drugs
A pilot program in Michigan strives to keep oncologists in the community by basing reimbursement on care management.
The Changing World of Oncology Practice
Economic pressures are forcing many oncologists to leave small private practices for larger institutional organizations.
Dr Phillips on the Treatment Landscape for Patients With MCL
Dr Chari on the Bridging the Gaps in Hematologic Malignancies Meeting
Dr Danilov on Addressing Unmet Needs in Hematologic Malignancies
Dr Saeed on the Use of Pola-R-CHP in Previously Untreated DLBCL
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