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Highlights of the NCCN Oncology Research Program

underrecognized, if not ignored, in the traditional healthcare setting. The long-term goal of the study is to bring this initiative to the larger ovarian cancer community and reduce socioeconomic-related cancer disparities. This prospective study will evaluate

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PROMETHEUS Payment: Better Quality and a Better Business Case

Alice G. Gosfield

quality, safety, and pay for performance in community oncology . Community Oncology July/Aug 2005 : 351 – 355 . 11. Gosfield AG . Enhancing oncology's business case: how the hospital can help . Journal of Oncology Practice 2006 ; 2 : 20

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QIM20-120: Financial Toxicity: Building a Patient Centered Program

Kimberly Bell

patients to advocacy groups and agencies. We have also engaged our philanthropic community to assist with mortgage payments, house repairs and utility bills to meet the non-medical needs. The results of our work has generated over $7 million dollars in 2018

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NCCN News

the NCCN Oncology Research Program (ORP), has qualified Northside Hospital Cancer Institute for the project. Northside Hospital Cancer Institute is a community-based associate of the University of Alabama at Birmingham Comprehensive Cancer Center—1 of

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Caring for the Whole Patient

Kim Thiboldeaux

include advocating for approaches such as distress screening, palliative care, survivor care planning, and enhanced patient-physician communication. The reports also address the need to better integrate and align the medical establishment with community

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Connectors, Translators, Facilitators: Research Advocacy Today

Mary Lou Smith and Cynthia Chauhan

banded together to partner with the research community as active participants in research design. Other patients noticed this participation, particularly those with breast cancer, and the concern that the patient’s voice be heard reached a tipping point

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NCCN News

malignancies,” said Diane E. Paul, MS, RN, Vice President, NCCN ORP. The intent of the RFP was to encourage academic and community-based organizations to submit proposals describing concepts and ideas for design and implementation of systems or programs that

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Move It!

Margaret Tempero

level of activity, we could expect a significant reduction in cancer incidence. So, what does this mean for the professional oncology community? The public and even other health care professionals look to us for guidance about cancer prevention. We

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Getting Practical About Recertification

Margaret Tempero

have come to admire my colleagues in community practice for their ability to deliver the highest possible care for patients with cancer. They don't have the luxury of focusing on just one disease or a group of diseases. They must be fluent in the

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All Bundled Up!

Margaret Tempero

This is going to be interesting, but we knew it was coming. Ever since the passage of the Affordable Care Act, health economists were predicting it. Large health maintenance organizations are looking forward to it. Community oncologists are