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COA regularly hosts webinars that brings experts and valuable updates to a screen near you. Our webinars address timely and relevant topics like the latest policy developments, new payer trends, clinical news, valuable resources, and more. We archive each webinar so that members can access the content on demand. Some webinars are for members only and login and registration is required.

July 2019

Get to Know COA’s OCM 2.0 Model

The Community Oncology Alliance (COA) recently released the “OCM 2.0,” an innovative and ambitious reform model to improve quality, reduce costs, and provide important additional cancer care services to patients.  Not your typical alternative payment model (APM), the OCM 2.0 includes bold proposals for value-based drug contracts that, if implemented, would provide high-quality, coordinated oncology

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January 2018

What the Proposed NCD on Next Generation Sequencing Will Mean to You

Personalized medicine holds tremendous promise for changing the way cancer is treated, but this promise has only been realized for a handful of mutations in a handful of cancers. Several factors have been blamed for why this is the case, and one of them is the limited insurance coverage of next generation sequencing (NGS).

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December 2017

Evolving the OCM: OCM 2.0 & Beyond

A possible universal model of oncology payment reform building on the Oncology Care Model (OCM), COA’s proposed 'OCM 2.0' addresses several issues identified by current participants, and how value-based payments might be incorporated in the future. COA hosted this webinar on January 9th to provide details on the development of the OCM 2.0 and COA’s

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October 2017

Oncology Site of Care Cost Differences & Solutions

On Thursday, November 16th the Community Oncology Alliance (COA), Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute (FCS), and Oncology Business Review (OBR) hosted a free webinar to discuss recent research into the cost differences between hospitals and community oncology practices, and how public policy can be changed to address it. Results of a recent study

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