Association for Oncology Practice Management
About the Association for Oncology Practice Management™ (AOPM)
The Association for Oncology Practice Management (AOPM) was founded in 2013 as a national specialty organization dedicated to improving patient care by providing healthcare professionals with the information, education, tools, and resources needed to be able to navigate and establish the financial and system processes required to obtain the appropriate access to care and treatment options for their patients.
|Our network includes all stakeholders involved in practice management including:|
AOPM provides a network for collaboration and development of best practices and innovative ideas in order to improve efficiencies in systems and processes in oncology practices. AOPM aspires to optimize patients’ access to care and treatment options by providing a network for collaboration and development of best practices and innovative ideas.
AOPM strives to improve access to information, care, and treatment options so that all patients with cancer are provided with the best care available.
Oncology Practice Management™ is the official publication of AOPM
Oncology Practice Management™ (OPM)is the association’s official publication. OPM provides timely and relevant information and education to all stakeholders involved in oncology practice management.
Editor in Chief:Dawn Holcombe, MBA, FACMPE, AHCE
8 Issuances: February, March, May, June, August, October, November, December
Circulation: Community Oncologists, Medical Oncologists, Hematology Oncologists, Surgical Oncologists, Radiation Oncologists, Oncology Practice Managers, Reimbursement Specialists, Oncology Nurses, Financial Counselors
Print: 13,934; E-mail: 17,493
Exclusive Partnership with the Association for Value-Based Cancer Care™
AOPM is an exclusive partner of the Association for Value-Based Cancer Care (AVBCC; www.avbcconline.org) On Thursday, September 29, 2016, we will be holding the first AOPM Workshop. The AOPM Workshop will bring together key thought leaders to discuss trends and challenges in the treatment of patients with cancer while fostering multistakeholder dialogue on topics including:
- Current treatment guidelines and available treatment options
- Reimbursement and formulary considerations and challenges
- Current patient support services—challenges and best practices
- Medication access channels—specialty pharmacy, hubs, in-office dispensing
- Navigating oral and IV medications
- Working collaboratively with payer organizations
- Multistakeholder approaches with their oncology care team