Journal of Clinical Pathways February 22, 2021
Elizabeth Oyekan, PharmD, FCSHP, CPHQ

Health care has been traditionally immune to disruptive market forces until the COVID-19 global pandemic in 2020. This pandemic also highlighted the challenges and failings of our current health care system, creating the impetus for transformational system changes. Cancer care has been disproportionately impacted by this pandemic, from preventive care to treatment and patient follow-up, which may lead to later-stage cancers for patients and increasing patient morbidity and mortality as well as regression in the strides made in cancer care and overall patient survival. The oncology ecosystem is determined to do all it can to not only prevent these regressions but also to accelerate further advancements. This column outlines 10 observed trends and developments to further optimize cancer care in...

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