With a new care model comes new benefits, new drawbacks, and new support needs. How will practices account for the new health equity requirements? What effects will the EOM have on patient care? What will the impact of reduced MEOS payments be? What are the advantages, or disadvantages, to participation? All of these questions and more will be discussed as experts across the oncology industry discuss their analysis of the EOM.
If your practice is dedicated to raising the quality of care, continuous improvement, and payment reform, be sure to join this is free webinar! The EOM will guide the development of the next generation of cancer care for Medicare patients. Be sure to join us!
September 2-3, 2022
Join us September 2-3 at the Hilton Chicago—or virtually—for the 2022 ASH Meeting on Hematologic Malignancies. This year's meeting features top experts in the field presenting the latest clinical research, an interactive Q&A session, and opportunities to interact with colleagues in an intimate, small group setting with no competing sessions. New this year, ASH is welcoming participants to submit patient case studies. Selected cases will be featured in the final speaker presentations.
Additionally, ASH will offer its Consultative Hematology Course as an optional add-on event, one day prior on September 1. This interactive, half-day course, will focus on classical (nonmalignant) hematology topics.
Details & Registration
The collaborative conference you've all been waiting for is coming to Charlotte, NC! Join us to experience collaborative opportunities that will strengthen patient care across the Carolinas, and walk away with effective strategies to meet your everyday challenges. Engaging speakers and a bevy of experts will reflect on national policy, state-level dynamics, and innovative ideas to help you meet everyday challenges and advance the standards of care.
The SCOS/NCOA Joint Conference features health policy experts, strategies for overcoming new coverage and reimbursement guidelines, and key therapeutic trends and implications for clinical practice.
Charlotte Convention Center
501 South College Street
Charlotte, NC 28202
601 South College Street
Attendees may take advantage of a discounted room rate of $189/night (taxes not included) at the Westin Charlotte. Please reserve your room by January 26, 2023 (subject to availability), by contacting the hotel directly and mentioning the conference.
Self-parking is $28 overnight; valet parking is $35/day
NASCAR Hall of Fame Museum Parking Garage:
500 S. Brevard Street - $20/day
Please check back for registration coming soon.
This educational activity may award continuing education credits for physicians and nurses.