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Everyone is a Cancer Patient

Cancer is a disease of accumulating genetic copy-paste errors; a Russian roulette of cell division subject to an ever-expanding list of environmental vectors. If given enough time, or a long enough lifespan, everyone will develop a malignancy. In the time it takes you to read this white paper, 20 people in the United States (U.S.) will receive a cancer diagnosis….

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Value-Based Cancer Care: Creating Partnerships between Oncology Navigators and Oncology Physicians

“Care coordination is a function that helps ensure that the patient’s needs and preferences for health services and information sharing across people, functions, and sites are met over time . . . Coordination maximizes the value of services delivered to patients by facilitating beneficial, efficient, safe, and high-quality patient experiences and improved healthcare outcomes.” -National Quality Forum How can we…

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Value-Based Strategic Planning Necessary for 2020 Oncology Eco-System

The shift toward value-based care is swiftly realigning compensation for providers, placing a renewed emphasis on higher quality services at lower costs. At the same time, the industry is seeing trilateral movement from hospital-created health exchanges, employers and insurers toward narrower networks in order to maximize reimbursements and reduce costs.1 As these dynamics continue to evolve, hospitals and oncologists cannot rely…

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