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J Oncology Practice
’s Journal of Oncology Practice publishes peer-reviewed research to inform the delivery of efficient, high-quality cancer care.
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Mixed progress in achieving quality care for US Veterans with advanced cancer
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J Oncology Practice May 17
New on the DAiS Blog: 4 pillars of an ideal risk value-based payment model in oncology
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J Oncology Practice May 15
. Provisional Opinion Summary: Treatment de-intensification in management of p16+ oropharyngeal cancer
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J Oncology Practice May 13
National trends in care for veterans w/advanced cancer in the VA Health System
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J Oncology Practice May 11
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J Oncology Practice May 8
Reduction in ED visits by patients w/cancer after creation of cancer urgent care center at
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Dr. Deanna Attai May 7
Communicating risks of adjuvant chemo for breast cancer - how can MDs get beyond the "laundry list" in
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Chirag Shah May 7
Great study from lead author as well as in looking at factors associated with cost in head and neck cancer and implications on bundled payments:
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J Oncology Practice May 7
Patient Perspective on opioids and cancer pain: patient needs and challenges to treatment
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J Oncology Practice May 6
Editorial on adolescent and young adult oncology stresses importance of referral to specialized care centers
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J Oncology Practice May 6
A partial response against the opioid epidemic - the SUPPORT for patients and communities act
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J Oncology Practice May 3
New JOP DAiS blog post on the 4 fundamental pillars of a value-based payment model in oncology
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J Oncology Practice May 3
Number of treatment modalities primary driver of cost - implications for bundled payment model
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David Sampson May 2
Just posted on DAiS blog: The Four Pillars of an Ideal Two-sided Risk Value-based Payment Model in Medical Oncology
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J Oncology Practice May 2
Efforts to improve care should focus on integration of EHRs into routine care delivery
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J Oncology Practice May 1
Urgent care clinic for patients w/cancer results in decreased regional ED visits, finds study
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J Oncology Practice May 1
Opioids and Cancer Pain: Patient Needs and Access Challenges
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J Oncology Practice Apr 30
. workgroup study recommendations to improve efficiency in infusion centers
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J Oncology Practice Apr 30
New on the JOP DAiS Blog - the SUPPORT Act - a partial response against the opioid epidemic by
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J Oncology Practice Apr 30
Colonoscopy and mammography screening among patients cared for providers enrolled in Medicare ACO
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