ASCO Wants to Hear From Your Practice—Take Part in the 2017 ASCO Practice Census


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Encourage your practice to participate in the 2017 ASCO Practice Census—the only annual survey of the entire U.S. oncology practice community that aims to capture and describe changes in cancer care and oncology practice over time. The data and insights obtained from the Practice Census are chronicled in ASCO’s State of Cancer Care in America, and used to inform the society’s policy and advocacy efforts.

The oncology community has a responsibility to prepare for the future, which starts with gaining clarity about the present. ASCO’s goal is for every oncology practice to be counted across the entire spectrum of practice settings—community practices, hospitals, and academic institutions.

This year’s survey asks 20 easy-to-answer questions on key issues impacting oncology practices today, including:

  • Electronic health record interoperability
  • Coverage and reimbursement
  • Opioid policies 
  • Practice pressures
  • Clinical trial participation

Take the survey today at ASCO.org/census to be counted and to help shape the future of cancer care. ■

© 2017. American Society of Clinical Oncology. All rights reserved.


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