The 2017 Practice Census is now closed.
Thank you for visiting the ASCO Practice Census webpage. The 2017 Practice Census is now closed. If you would like to be included in next year’s census, please email us.
The ASCO Practice Census annually collects information about current oncology care specialties and services, practice settings, staffing and mergers, technology use, payer mix and patient volume. The data and insights obtained from the 2017 census will be chronicled in ASCO’s State of Cancer Care in America: 2018 and will help drive our future policy and advocacy efforts.
The oncology community has a responsibility to prepare for the future, which starts with gaining clarity about the present. ASCO's goal is for every oncologist to be counted, across the entire spectrum of practice settings—community practices, hospitals, and academic institutions.
To see how information from the 2016 Practice Census was used, please take a look at the 2017 State of Cancer Care in America. Unless ASCO is given express permission to do otherwise, all information is reported in the aggregate so that specific practice information remains private.
Again, thank you, and be sure to participate in ASCO's 2018 Practice Census! Your input is crucial to helping us shape policy and programs that benefit oncology practices across the nation.