As the use of oral oncolytics increases, cancer care providers face a number of challenges to ensure high quality care delivery. While oral oncolytics offer many benefits for both patients and providers, cancer programs and practices need to be equipped to properly manage and monitor patients who are self-administering their treatments at home.
Explore the resources and tools available through ACCC's Steps to Success: Implementing Oral Oncolytics education program, including checklists, an adherence and toxicity assessment form, and more.
Delve into the numerous clinical, operational, and financial responsibilities of the modern-day oncology pharmacist, including immunotherapy indications, staff education, adherence and compliance, dispensing and distribution, inventory control, formulary management, managing payers, and coverage and reimbursement challenges.
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