Tag Archives: oncology

Meeting the challenges: oncology solutions and rising market forces

Advances in care, changes in regulations and market forces contribute to a continually evolving health care system. Three market forces — an aging population, the increased cost of care and the availability of new technology — are combining to create the most impact on oncology patients, providers and payers. As the population ages, their risk […]
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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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Vantage Cancer Care Network makes risk work in specialty care

The pay for value revolution is here, and it means significant changes to the way primary care is provided to patients. But what does it mean for specialists? In risk-based contracts, primary care providers such as family physicians, pediatricians, OB/GYNs and internists are relied on to keep patients healthy and well. Meanwhile, the industry is […]
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