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ASCO Launches New Website Focused on the Business of Oncology


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ASCO RECENTLY launched ASCO Practice Central, a new website that serves as an online information hub to help oncology professionals navigate a complicated and ever-changing practice environment— while providing high-quality patient care. The first ASCO website dedicated to the business of oncology, ASCO Practice Central provides a one-stop centralized resource that oncology practices can use to address a wide range of practical issues, including changes to physician reimbursement, quality reporting requirements, and business management practices. 

ASCO Practice Central offers oncology practices easy-to-access information, tools, and resources that are designed to foster effective business practices and support high-quality patient care. Website content is developed by leading oncology management experts and includes such topics as: 

  • Up-to-date information on how to comply with the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) under the Quality Payment Program (QPP) 
  • Instructions for participating in the ASCO Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI) Reporting Registry 
  • How to identify and address staff burnout 
  • Tips to recruit and hire new physicians 
  • Advice on building effective partnerships with patients. 

Oncology professionals can also turn to ASCO Practice Central for other features, including the Oncology Practice Insider blog, which provides up-to-date news and insight on the successful management of an oncology practice and the delivery of high-quality patient care; an online career center; and a calendar of key oncology practice events and upcoming deadlines related to ASCO practice programs. Practices can also learn more about ASCO’s practice support programs, including PracticeNET, ASCO Consulting Services, and ASCO’s Practice Engagement Program through the new website. 

For more information, visit practice.asco.org. ■

© 2018. American Society of Clinical Oncology. All rights reserved. 


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