Evaluating Oncology Management Programs: Trends in Payer Oncology Management and What You Need to Know for Success

MANASQUAN, NJ — Payers and providers across the country are grappling with choices for programs regarding oncology management and potential collaboration to control costs while also increasing the effectiveness of care.

There is a lot of discussion and many models being proposed for management of oncology costs. Both physicians and payers are seeking information to help in separating the wheat from the chaff and looking for help in choosing the best model for their needs especially in this challenging climate.

Evaluating Oncology Management Programs:Trends in Payer Oncology Management and What You Need to Know for Success is a 60-minute audio webcast scheduled for December 2, 2010, at 1:30 p.m. EST.

This program identifies the issues of concern in oncology management, outlines the current seven models under discussion/implementation, and reviews the players, pros and issues with each model.

Participants will learn how to:

  • Evaluate the results of two oncology trend reports while learning key perspectives on oncology policy and management from both payers and physicians as well as implications of the study results
  • Review the details of oncology management and collaborative models in play across the country, including drug pricing, guidelines and pathways
  • Understand how to evaluate the current models and what questions to ask in choosing a best fit for your organization
  • Develop strategies regarding oncology management and take away steps for implementation and collaboration with oncology providers

The session also includes:

  • Live Open Line question and answer session

The presenter for the program is Dawn G. Holcombe, president of
DGH Consulting and is sponsored by The Managed Care Information Center.

For complete details, please visit:
www.healthresourcesonline.com/edu/Evaluating-Oncology-Management-Programs.htm

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