Oncology CMs guide patients through treatment

September 2010
Patient Education Management;Sep2010, Vol. 17 Issue 9, p103
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the oncology case management program introduced by Capital BlueCross in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania in the spring of 2010, in which cancer patients are given assistance and guidance in understanding their disease and their treatment options.


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