Category Archives: by Melissa Lindholm

Oncology issues and solutions: Establishing a comprehensive care strategy

While cancer continues to be one of the most common causes of death in the United States — exceeded only by heart disease — there is some good news. Prevention and early detection/treatment are improving five-year survival rates, with clinical care and treatment options advancing as more is understood about the disease. Complex care, complex […]
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Strategies for better managing the unpredictable and accelerating cost of cancer care

Cancer is second only to heart disease as the most common cause of death in the United States1. The good news is that the number of cancer survivors has increased, thanks to advancements in prevention, screening and treatment. From a financial perspective, cancer costs have consistently remained within the top three health plan medical expense […]
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