AI has been used in oncology for years, but recent studies suggest AI could have many additional applications in cancer care.
Privately-insured cancer patients living in states with restrictive telehealth policies were less likely to use telehealth in 2020 and 2021, a study showed.
A new study suggests that electronic health records could be better tailored to meet the specific needs of oncologists.
This article explores factors contributing to the fact that 20% of physicians are considering leaving their current practice within 2 years, as well as factors that have influenced that decision, what occupations they could pursue next, and what can be done to retain the physician workforce.
As the costs of health care continue to increase, insurance reimbursements have become even more important for medical institutions to sustain their practices and expand optimal services.
Hematologists and oncologists are more likely to experience burnout if their compensation model is based solely on clinical productivity, a survey suggests.
Oncologists participating in MIPS may be disproportionately penalized since the weight of cost measures has increased, according to researchers.
Medical oncologists in the United States have been writing fewer prescriptions for opioids since 2017, a new study suggests.
A decision support system called GI TARGET may help integrate precision medicine into routine care for patients with gastrointestinal cancer, according to researchers.
An intervention can increase serious illness conversations and reduce the use of systemic therapy at the end of life in patients with cancer.