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COA Tackles PBMs, Big Data, and the OCM at Annual Meeting

Tony Hagen
Published: Friday, Apr 21, 2017

Ted Okon, MBA

Ted Okon, MBA

The real impetus for fueling the Cancer Moonshot is coming from community oncology practices, not large research institutions, according to the Community Oncology Alliance (COA), which has made that the theme of its 2017 conference next week in National Harbor, MD. This year’s meeting at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center starts on Thursday, April 27, and features a packed agenda with broad scope of talks on legislative, clinical, and pharmacy issues. A record-breaking crowd of 1300 providers, pharmacy workers, payers, and employers is expected, Ted Okon, MBA, executive director of COA, said in an interview.
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