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Oncology Practice Insider

ASCO’s Oncology Practice Insider provides the latest news, information, and educational tools to assist with the successful management of oncology practice and the delivery of high quality patient care. OPI offers updates on ASCO programs, services, and cancer-related health policy, Medicare news, and billing and coding best practices. To sign up for the biweekly Oncology Practice Insider newsletter, please complete this form.

In order to understand and eliminate disparities in cancer incidence and outcomes among transgender people, clinicians and researchers must have data. However, this data is very difficult to obtain because gender identity data are not routinely collected in oncology practice health records.
ASCO’s award-winning Cancer.Net blog has been providing updated content and resources on COVID-19 for people with cancer since the pandemic started. Send your patients to the Cancer.Net blog for trusted COVID-19 information, financial resources, and more. Available in multiple languages.
Since 2002, hundreds of millions of people worldwide have visited Cancer.Net for reliable online cancer information. Cancer.Net continues to provide trusted and timely patient information to a global audience, reaching 32 million unique visitors in 2020. In this highlights report, learn more about the scope and reach of ASCO’s patient education resources over the past year and why Cancer.Net is the ideal patient education resource. Learn more. 
ASCO recently released the ASCO Oncology Clinician Well-Being Task Force Roadmap. The document outlines a five-year plan to improve the quality of cancer care by enhancing the well-being of oncology clinicians and sustainability of oncology practices.
Matching patients with cancer to a relevant clinical trial using their electronic health record (EHR) data; helping overworked clinicians and administrative staff at cancer centers report data to various registries that are aggregating data for various reasons; making clinical research more efficient and diverse by pulling data from a wider range of patients than traditional clinical trials—these are some of the promising developments powered by mCODE® (Minimal Common Oncology Data Elements) that are currently in the pilot phase.
Tell your patients about the award-winning mobile app from Cancer.Net. This intuitive, on-the-go tool helps patients and caregivers plan and manage care from diagnosis through treatment and beyond. Make sure your patients are getting the latest trusted, oncologist-approved cancer information from ASCO’s patient website on their mobile device. Spanish enabled.
ASCO believes that the best cancer care starts with the best cancer information. Our patient education website, Cancer.Net, gives patients and caregivers the expertise and resources from ASCO in plain, easy-to-understand language so they may make informed health care decisions. Refer your patients to Cancer.Net, where they will find information on more than 120 types of cancer and cancer-related syndromes, survivorship, treatment options, supportive care, caregiving, and much more.
ASCO's Clinical Practice Committee’s Advanced Practice Providers (APP) Task Force has developed a guide to assist in the onboarding planning and process of APP in oncology. The purpose of this document is to provide a framework for the onboarding process and to provide a simple supplement to support a comprehensive integration of new APP team members into team-based oncology, practice at the top of license, and with support of physician and APP mentors. This resource is meant to be a supplement to existing onboarding processes and practices.