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Cancer care is changing, and there are five new models for cancer care: cancer treatment guidelines, clinical pathways, bundled payments, accountable care organizations and oncology medical homes. Learn more about how these new models can improve your life by taking this 11-minute quick guide.
Guidelines are recommendations for “best practices” in cancer care. Your doctor may be using a Cancer Treatment Guideline to decide what your treatment options should be. Learn more about Treatment Guidelines, how they are developed and how they influence your care by taking this short 12-minute quick guide.
Clinical pathways—also known as care pathways, critical pathways and care maps—are tools used to manage cancer care. They aim to provide good care at a lower cost. Knowing whether your doctors are using clinical pathways can help you as you make treatment decisions. Learn more about clinical pathways by taking this 9-minute quick guide.
Bundled payments are a new way that physicians are being paid to deliver cancer care. Take this short course to learn more about this new payment method and how it can improve your patient experience, while reducing costs and unnecessary tests. Learn more about bundled payments by taking this 9-minute quick guide.
Oncology Medical Homes and Accountable Care Organizations are new models for medical care that ensure that the patient gets the care that they need. Take this short course to learn more about these models and their potential for providing patient centered care. Learn more about Oncology Medical Homes and Accountable Care Organizations by taking this 10-minute quick guide.