This Weekly’s Hot Topics
- National Preparedness Month promotes emergency preparedness and planning National News
- White House pushing Congress to focus on reliability of US pharmaceutical supply chains. National News
- Congress continues debating the best approach to address prescription drug reform National News
- COA Warns Congress of Eroding Cancer Care Infrastructure and Misguided Legislative Proposals. Affiliate Association News/COA News
MOASC greatly appreciates the members who have renewed their support for 2021-2021.
May & June: Cancer and Blood Care Specialists; Cancer and Blood Specialty Clinic; Cancer Care Institute; Howard H. Cheng, MD & Associates, LLC; Coast Hematology Oncology Associates, Inc; Compassionate Oncology Care; Global Oncology Inc.; Daniel R. Lewis, MD; Raghu Nandan, MD, Inc.; Ranjan K. Sapra, MD; Carlos Say, MD; South County Hematology Oncology, Inc.
July & August: James Berenson, MD; California Cancer Associates for Research & Excellence (CCARE); City of Hope; Comprehensive Blood and Cancer Center; Hematology Oncology Consultants; William H. Isacoff, MD, Inc.; Wellness Oncology & Hematology.
September: Cancer Center Oncology Medical Group. To read more click here and go to MOASC News.
On September 22, 5:30-6:30pm PDT, MOASC will host a live webinar on Prostate Cancer Awareness, with panel discussions on initial treatment of Metastatic Castration Sensitive Prostate Cancer/Increase in newly diagnosed; current thoughts on radiation for primary tumor in Metastatic Disease and new treatments in Castration Resistance Disease in conjunction with genomic testing/PARP inhibitors presented by: Ashkan Lashkari, M.D., MOASC President; Christopher DeSantis, California Urological Association; John Lam, M.D., Kaiser Permanente, Los Angeles; Nataliya Mar, M.D., Assistant Professor, UCI and Steven N. Seyedin, M.D., Assistant Clinical Professor, UCI. This event is complementary but registration is required. To read more click here and go to MOASC News/MOASC Programs.
The California Department of Managed Health Care (DMHC) protects the health care rights of more than 27.7 million Californians and ensures a stable health care delivery system. The Department has helped more than 2.5 million Californians resolve health plan problems through the Help Center. To read more click here and go to California News.
As Congress continues debating the best approach to address prescription drug reform, it is more critical than ever that patient voices are heard. Calls to repeal the non-interference (NI) provision in Medicare Part D are increasing, and it is vital that policymakers understand the negative impact this policy can have on the patients that you represent. To read more click here and go to National News.
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