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How to Increase Clinical Trial Participation in Community Oncology

In November, I co-authored an article in Oncology Practice Management with Randy Erickson, RN, MBA, Chief Executive Officer of Utah Cancer Specialists, Johnny Walker, Director of Research of Utah Cancer Specialists, and Linh Mekuria, MPA, clinical informaticist with XIFIN, Inc. The article, titled “Increasing Clinical Trial Participation in the Community,” explores the structural barriers to...

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Using Real-World Data for Oncology Treatment

Last year, I had the pleasure of co-authoring an article in Oncology Practice Management with Randy Erickson, RN, MBA, Chief Executive Officer of Utah Cancer Specialists, Nitin Chandramouli, MD, FACP, President of Utah Cancer Specialists, and Linh Mekuria, MPA, clinical informaticist with XIFIN, Inc. The article, titled “Treatment Patterns and Prescribing Practices Based on Real-World Data”...

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My Predictions for the Coming Year: A New Blueprint for Healthcare

These past two years have been a period of change, during which COVID dramatically shifted the focus to the importance of diagnostic testing. In fact, with the Omicron surge putting a further spotlight on the fact that testing is still needed even with widespread vaccinations, TIME has labelled 2022 “the year of testing.” Alongside this increased focus, however, are ongoing financial and...

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Integrating Informatics for Clinical-Genomic Collaboration and Analysis

I recently had the pleasure of co-authoring an article in Oncology Practice Management. The article, titled “An Integrated Informatics Approach for Clinical-Genomic Knowledge Sharing and Analysis” outlines the design of a real-time registry that aggregates heterogeneous clinical and genomic data (along with other molecular results) in a unified structure to identify, vet, and fulfill...

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