New ASCO-COA Oncology Medical Home Standards Set High Bar, Offers Roadmap for Comprehensive High-Quality, Patient-Centered Cancer Care Delivery 

On July 13, the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) and the Community Oncology Alliance (COA) jointly released new Oncology Medical Home (OMH) standards to provide a comprehensive roadmap for oncology practices to deliver high-quality, evidence based cancer care. By releasing the new standards, ASCO and COA seek to achieve a broad consensus among all stakeholders—including patients, clinicians, payers, and Table of Contents Encourage your members to join the State Society Network employers—on what patients with cancer should expect and receive from their cancer care teams. The ASCO-COA standards establish a universal benchmark for high-quality cancer care delivery and provide an opportunity for the entire oncology community to work towards a value-based model of care that will benefit all patients with cancer. These standards will also form the foundation of a two-year, ASCO-led OMH certification pilot. More details about the pilot will be announced in the coming months. Read the standards and learn more about how to implement the standards by contacting

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