AJMC April 9, 2021
Maggie L. Shaw

There are many sources, and definitions, of where the value in cancer care lies. In this panel discussion, a cancer survivor and patient advocate, an oncologist, and a benefits professional provided their perspectives on what value in cancer care means to them.

How do you define value in cancer care? A panel discussion on day 1 of the 2021 virtual Community Oncology Conference attempted to answer this question and provide a well-rounded definition that incorporated several points of view from a cancer survivor and patient advocate, an oncologist, and a benefits professional.

Moderated by Bo Gamble, director of Strategic Practice Initiatives at the Community Oncology Alliance (COA), “Defining Value in Cancer Care: Patient, Physician & Employer Perspectives,” was an active...

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