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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.

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Practice Leadership Calls from ASCO’s PracticeNET program are resuming in April and May. On Thursday, April 15 from 4:00 PM–5:00 PM (ET), we will be presenting our Drug Payment Policy Primer. The call will be led by health policy specialists Allyn Moushey, MSW, Michael Francisco, MPH, Jonathan Phillips, MPH, and Karen Hagerty, MD, from ASCO’s Policy and Advocacy department. Register to join us on April 15.
JCO Oncology Practice recently published an editorial that examines the intensified burnout oncology practitioners are experiencing due the COVID-19 pandemic and outlines critical interventions to support oncologists now and throughout a long-term recovery. The article was written by past, current, and select members of the American Society of Clinical Oncology’s (ASCO) Ethics Committee and Clinician Well-Being Task Force.
Clinician well-being is a major priority for physicians and practices, and it contributes to quality patient care. A recent survey of ASCO’s membership found that 45% of medical oncologist members reported experiencing emotional exhaustion and/or depersonalization symptoms related to burnout. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, it is more important than ever that clinicians have resources to care for themselves and their teams.
Clinician well-being is a major priority for physicians and practices, and it contributes to quality patient care. A recent survey of ASCO’s membership that found that 45% of medical oncologists reported experiencing emotional exhaustion and/or depersonalization symptoms related to burnout.