Oncology Business Review (OBR) is a primary information resource dedicated exclusively to the business of oncology. OBR provides instant oncology news, provocative journalism, topical discussion, and a place to track performance of oncology products, companies, and people. This link takes you to their full calendar of educational events for Oncology with sign-up information.
The AMA is aggressively involved in advocacy efforts related to the most vital issues in medicine today, including medical liability reform, Medicare physician payment reform, expanding coverage for the uninsured and increasing access to care, improving the public health, managed care reform, and others.
COA was founded by community oncology to serve as a non-profit advocate for patients and providers in the community oncology setting, where 84 percent of Americans with cancer are treated. In only six years of existence, COA has mobilized community oncology to become more politically active, increased awareness on Capitol Hill about the community cancer care delivery system and brought together community oncology practices from across the country to share information in order to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of the cancer care they provide to their patients. Check out the practice administrators' network for valuable answers to coding and reimbursementquestions that you, the user, can post.