Empower Your Cancer Advocacy at the CPAN Summit Staying informed so you can make the best decisions for your health is almost as important as safe, high quality cancer care. Whether it is navigating the dangers of the novel coronavirus to get treatment, or overcoming everyday challenges from insurance companies, if you are educated about
COA/CancerCare Patient Financial Assistance Fund provides support for qualified patients impacted by COVID-19 A new program offers qualified patients with cancer and in active treatment a $500 grant to help with the financial strain and disruption of services caused by the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) pandemic. The Community Oncology Alliance (COA) and CancerCare, national leaders in advocacy and support
Join us on July 15th for a Virtual Patient Advocacy Summit! To help cancer patients and advocates get the best possible cancer care in a world defined by COVID-19, we are hosting our first-ever Virtual Community Oncology Advocacy Summit on July 15, 2020. Learn how patients and physicians are using telemedicine to provide cancer care,
Miss a session? Want to see it again? Couldn’t attend live? The 2020 Community Oncology Conference is available on-demand! Log on to www.COAConference.com using your registered email address to access enduring content. Watch sessions, access presentations, and visit the virtual exhibit hall whenever you want.
A Note of Gratitude! As you work through this public health emergency, I want to thank you for your role in caring for patients who are now, more than ever, at their most vulnerable. These times are revealing the strength in spirit and the value of the people who are community oncology. I also want
2020 CPAN Educational Events Click on the practice name for details. 1/4/2020 Cancer Center of Middle Georgia, Dublin, GA, CPAN Educational Event: Step Therapy 2/12/2020 Florida Cancer Specialists, Multiple Locations , CPAN Educational Event: Value of Cancer Care 2/17/2020 Eastern Connecticut Hematology Oncology Associates (ECHO), Norwich, CT, CPAN Educational Event: Value of Cancer Care 2/17/2020
Thank you to our CPAN Tennessee Oncology chapter for hosting an educational event on the Value of Community Oncology. Natalie Dickson, M.D., Stephen Schleicher, M.D., nurses and 69 attendees were present for a successful event.
CPAN’s Eastern Connecticut Hematology Oncology Chapter held a patient advocacy event on February 17, 2020. During this event, attendees learned about The Value of Community Oncology. CPAN ECHO Chapter Educational Event
Our CPAN Augusta Oncology met in January and learned about Community Oncology updates and heard from an expert speaker on hospice care.
CPAN has had a very busy and successful 2019. Enjoy viewing our 2019 CPAN Holiday Cheer/Report. The photos included represent various events by our CPAN groups, but does not include all of our CPAN activities. Happy Holidays! Click here to view the 2019 CPAN Holiday Report.