In today’s environment, there is no way the oncologist can avoid understanding the cost and the outcome issue if we’re going to help our patients evaluate what the regimens we’re recommending or the total treatment course; toxicity, short- and long-term, outcome; and what their cost is going to be. Read More ›
As an oncologist who’s practiced for 35 years in the community where I really know my patients, when you listen to patients, they want to be actively involved they and their family, or a combination. Read More ›
According to Dr. Bosserman, a high-quality breast cancer program takes into consideration all of a patient’s needs from day 1 through to survivorship. Factors such as early diagnosis and treatment, navigation, care coordination, and survivorship plans must all be part of the process. Read More ›
According to Dr. Bosserman, it is the oncology provider’s responsibility to make the patient’s voice heard among policymakers. This is how they ensure that patients achieve the best health outcomes.
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