Technology, Cancer Care, and Cost
Is it possible to build a cancer service line or run an oncology practice in a way that makes both clinical and business sense—to find that balance between serving your patients, keeping your organization competitive in the marketplace, and controlling overtesting and overutilization?
I interviewed leaders at several organizations that have found an answer to that question. You can read about how they negotiated the complex calculations involved in building and running high-tech cancer care programs in this month's issue of HealthLeaders magazine. (See The Complex Calculations of Cancer Care.)
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