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    • 07 SEP 16
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    How Does Oncology Care Model Help You?

    We have great news for you! From now on, Medicare patients will be getting more coordinated, higher quality cancer care! Queen’s Medical Associates has been selected to participate in a special Medicare program called Oncology Care Model, or in short OCM. This program was designed to provide you with more coordinated and higher quality care.

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    • 13 JUN 16
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    HELP STOP THE MEDICARE EXPERIMENT!

    The Federal government recently announced a mandatory “experiment” that aims to change how doctors treat America’s most vulnerable patients with life-threatening diseases such as cancer. Government bureaucrats are targeting Medicare Part B, which covers drugs that have to be administered under close doctor and nurse supervision, including those used to treat cancer, Crohn’s disease and

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    • 29 APR 16
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    Drastic Reimbursement Cuts For Chemotherapy

    Dear Patients and Family Members, As you may know by now, The Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services, CMS, has put forth a proposed rule to drastically cut reimbursement for chemotherapy. We all need to make our voices heard in response to this prose rule which could take place as early as 7/1/16 – 60

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    • 11 APR 16
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    National Healthcare Decisions Day 2016

    Wednesday April 14, 2016 Why is National Healthcare Decisions Day (NHDD)happening? NHDD exists to “to inspire, educate and empower the public and providers about the importance of advance care planning.” What is advance care planning? Advance care planning is a process that enables you to plan your future healthcare. It provides direction to healthcare professionals

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    • 11 SEP 15
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    The Value of Exercise in Cancer

    The Value of Exercise in Cancer

    In February 2013, my best friend and man in my life was diagnosed with rectal cancer. After the tears and the first waves of depression passed we had to figure out how to carry on each day. We institutionally agreed with each other that we would not let the cancer interfere with our lives anymore

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