Tennessee Oncology Expands Adoption of OncoSmartTM Oncology Optimization Solution by iClinicalOps

Tennessee Oncology, one of the nation’s largest, community-based cancer care specialists, headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, has expanded their partnership with a leading digital health software and data analytic organizations, iClinicalOps (a part of Smirta Innovations, Inc) to deploy the OncoSmartTM scheduling and resource optimization solution across their largest fifteen community oncology clinics.  “iClinicalOps is dedicated […]

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Dr Stephen Schleicher on Tennessee Oncology’s Plans Post OCM

Stephen Schleicher, MD, MBA, chief medical officer of Tennessee Oncology, discusses the practice’s plans to continue providing quality oncology care to its patients after the end of the Oncology Care Model (OCM). Watch the original video HERE. Tennessee Oncology has “every intention” to continue using what it has learned from the Oncology Care Model (OCM) […]

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OneOncology Names Dr. Davey Daniel as Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Daniel Succeeds Dr. Lee Schwartzberg, Who Established OneOncology’s Clinical Network Nashville, TN – February 7, 2022 — OneOncology, the national platform for independent community oncology practices, announced today that Davey Daniel, MD has been appointed Chief Medical Officer succeeding Lee Schwartzberg, MD. Schwartzberg served as the founding member of the platform’s clinical office and will remain a […]

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Dr Natalie Dickson Discusses Challenges for Tennessee Oncology, Community Oncology

Natalie Dickson, MD, president and chief strategy officer of Tennessee Oncology, discusses challenges for Tennessee Oncology and community oncology in general. Watch the original video HERE. Natalie Dickson, MD, president and chief strategy officer of Tennessee Oncology, discusses government policy changes, utilization management, and other challenges for oncology care. Transcript What are some of the […]

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Tennessee Oncology Best Tips to Lower Risks of Cancer

Did you know more than 40 percent of all cancers diagnosed and nearly half of all deaths from cancer in the United States can be attributed to preventable causes. Please Share this with your family and friends. Participate in routine screenings. Screening methods such as Pap smears, colonoscopies, mammograms and prostate examinations lower the risk of cancer. […]

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