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October 16: The Value of Hospitals’ Tax Exemptions

Sen. Chuck Grassley recently had sharp words for not-for-profit hospitals, following a Politico investigation that looked at how hospitals have cut back on charity care since the Affordable [...]

October 16: Federal Indecisiveness Belies Significant Changes in Medicaid Policy State by State

Today’s healthcare landscape is rapidly evolving, with many trends emerging and policy changes under consideration that have far-reaching implications for cancer care. As a medical [...]

October 16: Pharmacy’s Changing Role as Cancer Care Transitions From Infused to Oral Therapies

An increasing number of cancer drugs are now delivered in oral formulations, with an estimated 25% to 35% in the research pipeline being orals. Increasingly, patients [...]

Press Releases

October 13: Cancer Patients At Carolina Blood and Cancer Care Associates Advocate for Local Cancer Care

As Community Oncology Clinics Are Threatened, Cancer Patients, Survivors Form CPAN Chapter to Speak Out In conjunction with their annual [...]

October 5: Cancer Patients at Queens Medical Associates Advocate for Local Cancer Care

As Community Oncology Clinics Threatened, Cancer Patients, Survivors Form CPAN Chapter to Speak Out Queens Medical Associates in Fresh Meadows, [...]

September 29: Cancer Patients at Northwest Medical Specialties Advocate for Local Cancer Care

As Community Oncology Clinics Threatened, Cancer Patients, Survivors Form CPAN Chapter to Speak Out Puyallup, WA – September 29, 2017 [...]

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Thoughts From COA

October 13: Cancer Patients At Carolina Blood and Cancer Care Associates Advocate for Local Cancer Care

As Community Oncology Clinics Are Threatened, Cancer Patients, Survivors Form CPAN Chapter to Speak Out In conjunction with their annual Celebration of Life event, Carolina [...]

October 5: Cancer Patients at Queens Medical Associates Advocate for Local Cancer Care

As Community Oncology Clinics Threatened, Cancer Patients, Survivors Form CPAN Chapter to Speak Out Queens Medical Associates in Fresh Meadows, launched a new local chapter [...]

September 29: Cancer Patients at Northwest Medical Specialties Advocate for Local Cancer Care

As Community Oncology Clinics Threatened, Cancer Patients, Survivors Form CPAN Chapter to Speak Out Puyallup, WA – September 29, 2017 – Northwest Medical Specialties in [...]

COA in the News

October 16: Federal Indecisiveness Belies Significant Changes in Medicaid Policy State by State

Today’s healthcare landscape is rapidly evolving, with many trends emerging and policy changes under consideration that have far-reaching implications for cancer care. As a medical [...]

October 16: Pharmacy’s Changing Role as Cancer Care Transitions From Infused to Oral Therapies

An increasing number of cancer drugs are now delivered in oral formulations, with an estimated 25% to 35% in the research pipeline being orals. Increasingly, patients [...]

October 12: Community Cancer Care ‘Much Cheaper’ Than Hospital

Cancer care is significantly more expensive when delivered in a hospital outpatient setting than in a community oncology practice. Read the full article on Medscape [...]

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