WHO WE ARE

Linking Physicians to Policy

Our mission is to support oncology practices, providers, and their patients by advancing strategic public policies with federal and state governments, in an effort to protect access to quality of care in the community setting. 

News Impacting Community Cancer Care

Dr. Marcus Neubauer Pens Op-Ed on Hospital Anti-Competitive Behavior
News Impacting Community Cancer Care

Dr. Marcus Neubauer Pens Op-Ed on Hospital Anti-Competitive Behavior

Dr. Marcus Neubauer, Chief Medical Officer of The US Oncology Network, authored an op-ed published in MedPage Today, on the increasingly aggressive tactics used by hospitals to enhance their market domination.

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Dr. Joseph Buscema Pens Op-Ed on Site Neutral Payment Reform
News Impacting Community Cancer Care

Dr. Joseph Buscema Pens Op-Ed on Site Neutral Payment Reform

Dr. Joseph Buscema, a gynecologic oncologist at Arizona Oncology – Tuscon, published an op-ed in the Arizona Daily Star on the need for site neutral payment reform.

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Congress Passes Bill to Fund Federal Government into March
News Impacting Community Cancer Care

Congress Passes Bill to Fund Federal Government into March

On January 18, Congress passed another short-term spending bill, funding the federal government into early March. Negotiations on healthcare-related policies remain ongoing.

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The US Oncology Network’s Footprint

Every day, The US Oncology Network helps more than 1,400 independent physicians deliver value-based, integrated care to patients — close to home. Through The Network, these independent doctors come together to form a community of shared expertise and resources dedicated to advancing local cancer care and to delivering better patient outcomes.

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The Network in Action

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Physician Engagement & Advocacy

Network advocates visit with lawmakers to educate them on the issues impacting their patients and practices.

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Comment Letters

The Network submits comments to federal and state agencies on the policies impacting community cancer care.

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Testimony

Network physicians testify before key committees on Capitol Hill and in State Legislatures.

Oncology Advocacy

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We need responsible healthcare policy for patients to get the care that they need.

DR. DEBRA PATT
TEXAS ONCOLOGY