Jonathan Colon

Oncology Practices: Patient Satisfaction

Posted November 5th, 2013

I was recently asked to perform and present an in-depth analysis on patient satisfaction scores at our center, with the purpose of identifying areas of concern related to the experience that our patients are having.


OncoLink Webinars and Webchats

Does a walk a day help to keep cancer symptoms away? The role of exercise after cancer. [Webinar]

Posted October 28th, 2013

November 6, 2013 at 12:00 EDT. Justin Brown will discuss the role of exercise and cancer symptoms, recurrence, fatigue, sleep and anxiety.


Bob Riter

Postcancer Relationships

Posted October 22nd, 2013

It can be a challenge to begin a new relationship after having had cancer. We usually think about this from the perspective of the person with cancer. What about postcancer relationships?


National Health Education Week

Happy National Health Education Week!

Posted October 21st, 2013

Happy National Health Education Week is a celebration that focuses national attention on a major public health issue and promotes consumers’ understanding of the role of health education in promoting the public’s health.


OncoLink Webinars and Webchats

Managing the Side Effects of Hormonal Therapies for Breast Cancer [Webinar]

Posted October 17th, 2013

December 5, 2013, 6:30PM ET. Understanding the possible side effects of hormonal therapy and how to manage them effectively will help you minimize discomfort and lessen the impact on your day-to-day life.


Patrick Higgins

Oncology Practices: Where are we going?

The next few years promise to bring some radical changes to the healthcare industry, and more specifically, to the way cancer care is delivered, reimbursed, and accessed. This blog will focus on these issues in real time from the perspective of an oncology-based healthcare administrator.


Fruits and Vegetables

Get Your Shopping List Out Of The Rut!

Posted October 15th, 2013

Do you feel like you’re in a vegetable rut? Do the kids say, broccoli again? There are so many healthy foods to choose from, but it is easy to just stick with what we know.


Christina Bach

The Affordable Care Act: The Basics Cancer Patients Need to Know

Posted October 10th, 2013

The Basics Cancer Patients Need to Know about The Affordable Care Act (ACA).


Alysa Cummings

CancerLand Bookshelf: It’s Probably Nothing…or how I learned to stop worrying and love my implants

Posted October 9th, 2013

Micki Myers’ poetic cancer memoir, It’s Probably Nothing, describes her CancerLand experiences – visiting doctors, surviving hospital stays, recovering from surgery and chemotherapy, shopping for post-mastectomy bras – none of which are “funny ha-ha,” in a classically humorous way.


The Dreaded Mammogram Call Back

Posted October 7th, 2013

I started breast cancer awareness month getting my annual mammogram. Everything went smoothly until I got the call every woman dreads – the dreaded mammogram call back.