The One Conference for the Whole Practice

“In community oncology, we’re all fighting to stay ahead of the curve on new regulations and reimbursement processes, payer changes, and consolidation. Given all that we juggle running our practices, it’s easy to lose sight of why ‘all this other stuff’ matters.
“The theme of the 2018 Community Oncology Conference—Keeping Patients at the Center—will benefit all members of the practice: physicians, nurses, pharmacists, administrators, and even our patients.
“It’s why I recommend bringing the whole practice to the Community Oncology Conference. Four separate tracks—clinical, business, advocacy, and pharmacy—will feature expert sessions planned by leaders working in that specific sector. Regardless of your role, you will meet others facing the same challenges you face, and you will take something back that benefits your practice and the patients you serve.

“Personally, my team has found great value in the cross-pollination of attending sessions in multiple tracks. Last year, our director of pharmacy gained insights that enabled us to put some of the business challenges we were experiencing into perspective. The challenges were affecting our pharmacy’s day-to-day operations, and talking with others who understood helped us forge solutions.

“Come to learn. Come to network. There’s really something for everyone at the Community Oncology Conference. You don’t want to miss it.”

Barry Russo
Chief Executive Officer, The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders

Fort Worth, Texas
2018 Conference Co-Chair