On Thursday, October 29, Donna Royster, radiation oncology administrator with Atrium Health, presented practical tips on how to incorporate project management (PM) principles in radiation oncology. She also discussed why health care needs a more formal approach to project management.
On Wednesday, October 28, Dr. Kim Clarke, program manager, Extramural Discovery Sciences with the American Cancer Society (ACS), presented on cancer research insights from the last decade. Her presentation covered precision medicine, immunotherapy, cancer metabolism, metastasis and palliative care.
On Tuesday, October 27, Cassandra Worley, radiation therapy supervisor at The Radiation Therapy Center of Morris Hospital, gave a workshop on the potential hazards of burnout amongst radiation therapists.
SROA President Brenda Marie Palo welcomed participants to the society’s 37th annual and first Virtual Annual Meeting on Monday, October 26. She introduced John Cashion, this year’s keynote speaker.
In this Q&A, James Hugh, MHA senior vice president of American Medical Accounting and Consulting, Inc., (AMAC) shared his thoughts on the 2020 CMS Final Rules.
October 2020 marks the 35th anniversary of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Every October for the past 35 years, charities in October raise money to support breast cancer research and to support patients and survivors. The pink ribbon has become an internationally recognized symbol.
On October 26–30, SROA will host its 37th Annual Meeting and its 1st virtual meeting. Like prior annual meetings, there will be a keynote presentation, general presentations and workshops.
Tina Berry is SROA’s new emerging professional-at-large. She participated in a Q&A to talk about her new role.