April 26, 2016
By Robin Supinger, MBA
Jill Reese, RN, BSN,OCN recently accepted a leadership role with the Community Oncology Alliance (COA) Patient Advocacy Network (CPAN). COA is a national advocacy organization that advocates on behalf of cancer patients, physicians and preserving community oncology care. CPAN was created in recognition of the vital role patients should play in advocating for access to local affordable care for all cancer patients.
Truly inclusive on all levels, CPAN is a non-cancer type specific national network representing all members of the cancer community. CPAN members include patients in active treatment, cancer survivors, professional caregivers, family members, medical and oncology professionals, and members from the general community.
Jill is now the COA Patient Advocacy Leader for the new Dayton Physicians Network CPAN Chapter. She and Robert Baird, CEO will be hosting the launch of the Chapter and a Patient Advocacy Education event at our Greater Dayton Cancer Center. Read More
- To learn more about COA and their key initiatives, including the Cancer Experiment, visit communityoncoloy.org
- To learn more about CPAN visit coaAdvocacy.org(please note, the CPAN website is under development)
- To learn more about the event or becoming a member of our new Dayton Physicians Network CPAN chapter, email firstname.lastname@example.org