WASHINGTON, DC – November 20, 2013 – The Community Oncology Alliance (COA) announced the recent appointment of Kim Woofter, chief operating officer, Michiana Hematology Oncology, and Scott Parker, executive director, Northwest Georgia Oncology Centers, as co-chairs of the COA Administrators' Network (CAN). The CAN network was formed to foster information and idea exchange amongst community oncology practice administrators. CAN, established in 2008, has over 300 members from community oncology practices across the United States.
"CAN allows me to communicate with like-minded administrators," said Kim Woofter. "As co-chair I want to foster dialogue amongst other community oncology administrators as we all face similar challenges as we provide care to our patients."
"Membership in CAN simultaneously provides an administrator with resources to address the issues facing community oncology practices and allows every administrator to be a resource for others," said Scott Parker. "CAN has offered me positive practical solutions to practice administration issues, and I look forward to the opportunity to extend thatsupport to others."
Both longtime members of CAN, Kim Woofter and Scott Parker will preside over the CAN annual meeting to be held during the COA Annual Conference April 4 and 5, 2014 in Orlando, Florida. They are also responsible for CAN network administration and the CAN strategic goals. For additional information or to join CAN, go to the CAN web site <http://can.communityoncology.org/>.
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