Improve Care Coordination in Cancer Care: 2 Key Focus AreasWhen caring for cancer patients, improving care coordination in these two areas is key—and it can help reduce healthcare costs.
Nine Healthcare Apps Healthcare Executives Wish They HadIf there was one app that you could create, what would it be? We asked top healthcare executives. Here’s what they said.
Top 3 new cancer drugsThe first radioactive drug to treat a certain type of cancer is among the top 3 new drug approvals for cancer. Here are the other top cancer drug approvals so far in 2018.
Seven diseases benefiting from genetic tests
Seven diseases benefiting from genetic testsGenetic testing is playing a growing role in diagnosing and treating diseases, particularly when it comes to certain cancers and rheumatic conditions.
What Roche’s Purchase of Flatiron Health Means for Health ExecsSwitzerland-based pharma company Roche’s $1.9 billion purchase of tech company Flatiron Health signifies Big Pharma’s need for data.
Two Ways to Take Charge of CAR T-Cell Therapy CostsSuccessful CAR T-cell therapy reimbursement begins with careful payer-provider collaboration and taking these two approaches.
Risk-factors for actinic keratosis 12-month turnoverIdentifying associations with actinic keratosis variability instead of prevalence can be used to closely monitor organ transplant recipients at increased risk of developing actinic keratosis, researchers say.
Primary care following treatment of a child with cancerThe progress in treating cancer in children has been revolutionary, and the evidence base for providing long-term psychosocial care for their families has grown as well.
Medical marijuana for children with cancerPediatricians have had concerns about the known risks of marijuana use in children. What’s next for kids with cancer?
When cancer strikes a family: Psychosocial issues in pediatric oncology
When cancer strikes a family: Psychosocial issues in pediatric oncologyA child’s cancer diagnosis presents psychosocial issues that the community pediatrician needs to assess and treat for the total well-being of the child, siblings, and parents.