The 7th Annual Community Oncology Conference is designed to focus on clinical and practical matters of concern to community-based oncologists and their practice teams. The conference will provide up-to-date clinical and practice information needed to deliver the highest quality oncology care to patients in small, medium, and large community-based practices and explore issues affecting oncology care in the United States.
Taking the "how to" approach, speakers will address specific treatments and their implementation in community practice, side effects and their effective management, and political and financial challenges and ways to navigate them. Clinical sessions will provide attendees with the latest developments in treatment strategies. Interactive discussions provide perspective on what these strategies mean for community practice. Benefit from expert guidance on practice management and the techniques that will help your practice thrive. Robust panel discussions on the impact of healthcare reform and controversies in patient care will engage and involve you.
Whether your practice is small, medium, or large, the 7th Annual Community Oncology Conference is a valuable resource and forum on the clinical and practical issues that matter to you and your patients.
Who should attend
Lee S. Schwartzberg, MD, FACP
Linda D. Bosserman, MD, FACP
Jame Abraham, MD, FACP
Jointly sponsored/co-provided by
In affiliation with
Community Oncology Alliance Patient Advocacy Network (CPAN)
The Community Oncology Alliance Patient Advocacy Network program (CPAN) will run parallel to the 7th Annual Community Oncology Conference. Multiple symposium sessions will provide attendees with education in a variety of oncology issues. A sampling of sessions: Patient Advocacy, Legislative Issues Affecting Patient Care, Health Care Reform Issues Relevant to Cancer Patients and their Care Providers, Oncology Drug Shortages, An Introduction to Accountable Care Organizations and Medical Homes. Additionally, conference attendees will have informal opportunities to network with fellow advocates, nurses, oncologists, and practice administrators.