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What cancer program leaders should do to guide their centers through a successful recovery and ensure the safety of patients and staff while providing essential care to cancer patients.
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Ongoing pressures, intensified by COVID-19, are forcing oncology providers to transform existing cancer care models.
Oncology is a unique and dynamic segment of the US healthcare system. The complexity of the associated diseases, pace of innovation, and myriad treatment options can leave providers struggling to keep up. This clinical and technological innovation comes at a cost, approaching $100 billion annually; as a result, affordability has become a major concern for patients, legislators, and providers alike.
Oncology providers are under pressure to find cost-control measures that ensure patients can afford the care they need while keeping cancer programs financially viable. The recent COVID-19 pandemic has intensified these issues, exposing flaws in the current operating model and accelerating innovation efforts. Oncology providers have significant challenges to overcome as they adapt business and operational practices in search of long-term sustainability.
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ECG recently sat down with a number of leaders from cancer centers to discuss the core issues that oncology programs are facing. This article shares key learnings from our conversations as well as our insights regarding the future of the business of oncology and how your organization can proactively prepare.
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