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The US healthcare system is expected to spend more than a staggering $150B treating cancer by 2020. It is imperative that healthcare marketing research agencies offer clients the ability to reach targeted oncology segments. Discover how Olson Research is leading the way in Oncology Marketing Research.
Some Oncologists are now being offered $350 per patient each month to follow an insurer’s recommended treatment protocol but many are concerned that this will inhibit quality patient care. We asked Oncologists their opinions on the matter and here’s what they had to say:
What are healthcare practitioners currently doing to utilize mHealth tools in their clinical practice? Who is adopting these tools and technologies? How are they being harnessed to improve patient access to care? What opportunities and obstacles might the future hold?