Community Oncology Practices Overview


There are two classifications of oncology practices: community oncology and institutional or hospital-based oncology. Almost 55 percent of the Americans with cancer receive treatment in the community oncology setting. A community oncology practice is a private physician owned business not part of a hospital or academic or medical teaching institution.

In the last decade, physician in-office dispensing and/or pharmacies have emerged as a vital component in the quest to provide patients with high-quality, high-value, and convenient personalized cancer care.

AMI’s new report, Community Oncology Practices Overview provides an overview and profiles of more than 35 leading community oncology practices and in-house dispensing. Each practice profile includes: Address, Phone, URL, Executive Director, Practice Administrator, Pharmacy Director, Practice Background, Locations, Treatments and Services, Pharmacy, and Recent Activities.