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Community Oncology Alliance advocates for support of independent cancer centers

Data from the 2018 Practice Impact Report shows that, over the past decade, 1,653 community oncology clinics and/or practices have closed, been acquired by hospitals, undergone corporate mergers, or reported they are struggling financially. The mission of Community Oncology Alliance (COA) is to ensure cancer patients receive quality, affordable, and accessible cancer care in their own communities. More than 1.5 million people in the United States are diagnosed with cancer each year, and deaths from the disease have been steadily

 

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New collaborative care model benefits urology patients

Lean process workflow. It sounds like something straight off an assembly line – not words you expect to hear in a medical setting – but that’s exactly what’s happening at Dayton Physicians Network urology. Cutting-edge, lean management and optimizing work flow practices are at the forefront of an innovative approach in collaborative care to treat patients, in light of a shortage of urologists in Dayton and across the United States. There should be approximately 17,000 urologists based on our population.

 

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Unconditional support carried this nurse through her cancer battle

At age 37, Kim Grieshop, trauma nurse and mother of two young girls, faced what she says she feared most in life since her teen years – being diagnosed with cancer. “When I was 17, my mom passed away from cancer…one month before my high school graduation,” Grieshop said. “Cancer has always been my Achilles’ heel. Being diagnosed myself was completely devastating.” Unusual pain led to an OB/GYN appointment, in which doctors told her there were “no true red flags

 

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