In fewer than four months since going live, CancerLinQ™, ASCO’s big data initiative to rapidly improve the quality of care for people with cancer, has gained a total of 58 practices in 39 states. The platform is up and running in a number of practices and drawing on approximately three-quarters of a million patient records from across the United States.
Are you a Fellow or Training Program Director? Be sure to check out ASCO’s EEOF Program, a compilation of ASCO University® resources specifically designed for use in Oncology Training Programs at a significantly reduced price. Content includes eLearning resources such as Monthly Tumor Boards, Cancer Genetics and Tumor Genomics Programs, Virtual Meetings, and the new ASCO Personal Learning Dashboard.
Claim CME and ABIM MOC credits, download and print your Certificate of Attendance, and share your feedback with the 2017 Annual Meeting planning committees—all online! Access to earning MOC points is through the Meeting Feedback Form.
Dr. Ford will set the scope and vision for the online-only journal, which will publish content that provides a deeper understanding of actionable cancer genomics. Dr. Ford is an Associate Professor of Medicine (Oncology), Pediatrics (Medical Genetics) and Genetics, and Director of the Stanford Cancer Genetics Clinic and the Cancer Genomics Program at the Stanford Cancer Institute.
AMA's House of Delegates adopted an ASCO-submitted resolution asking the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to withdraw the Medicare Part B demonstration project, or alternatively asking Congress to prohibit the proposal. The resolution's adoption demonstrates the medical community's opposition to the demo.
Join fellow physician investigators and research staff on Sep. 25-26 at ASCO Headquarters in Alexandria, VA to network, share best practices, discuss barriers, and develop solutions for effectively conducting and managing clinical research. Space is limited – register now!