News Archive, July 2015

UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center Teams with OncLive As a Strategic Alliance Partner

  • 2015-07-30 18:47:01

OncLive®’s extensive roster of Strategic Alliance partners continues to expand, as the company and UCLA’s Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center (JCCC) mutually agreed to collaborate on projects that promote groundbreaking cancer research, OncLive announced today. With the new collaboration, OncLive’s editorial and marketing groups will help spread the news about the center’s leading-edge cancer research, robust clinical enterprise and partnerships with the research industry and local communities.

AJMC Lists Top Managed Care Articles for First Half of 2015

  • 2015-07-26 18:48:17

Changing behavior—among both patients and physicians—tops the list of what interests managed care readers so far in 2015, based on page views from the publications of The American Journal of Managed Care, which is midway through a celebration of its 20th year of publication.

CURE Media Group Launches Website Focused on Hepatitis C

  • 2015-07-15 18:50:49


CURE Media Group, the oncology community’s top source for patient-focused information and inspiration, is expanding its outreach to patients and caregivers in the hepatitis C community with the launch of its CURE Hepatitis C website:  

Collaboration Between Retail Clinics, Providers and Pharmacists Focuses on Improving Healthcare Access and Delivery

  • 2015-07-14 18:52:55

Providers in the retail healthcare industry have an unprecedented opportunity to work together toward the common goal of expanding access to affordable, high-quality healthcare next month at the 1st Annual Convenient Healthcare and Pharmacy Collaborative. The conference, co-hosted by the Convenient Care Association and Pharmacy Times, an industry-leading medical education provider for pharmacists, will take place August 6-7 in Kissimmee, Fla. It is the first of its kind to bring together in a classroom setting nurse practitioners, physician assistants and pharmacists, providing an interdisciplinary approach to further enhancing the means by which retail clinics can address gaps in care and improve the healthcare landscape. Physician assistants, pharmacists and nurse practitioners in attendance will be eligible for continuing education credits in their respective fields.