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ANCO will host a webinar entitled Medicare Regulations 2019 on January 3 at 12:30PM. Presenter: Roberta Buell, MBA, onPoint Oncology. Register by clicking HERE.

Johnson & Johnson is hosting a webinar on January 9, 2019 called “Know Your State” an interactive tool to learn more about a resource for educating patients about medication access and affordability options in their state. To register contact the MOASC office at [email protected] or 909-985-9061 x1.

SAVE-THE-DATE
Saturday, January 19, 2019
Waterfront Breach Resort in Huntington Beach
Through a restricted grant from MOASC, selected fellows and faculty, from the University of California, Irvine, present the premier topics from their attendance at the 2018 Annual ASH Meeting in San Diego. The presentations promote collegial discourse among colleagues and networking among attendees in an informal setting.

SAVE-THE-DATE

Saturday, February 23, 2019

MOASC’s 4th Annual Oncology Summit at the Hyatt Regency in Huntington Beach

Topic: Advancing Cancer Care in the Elderly

 

State Prescription Drug Return, Reuse and Recycling Laws.
Pharmaceutical donation and reuse programs are distinct prescription drug programs providing for unused prescription drugs to be donated and re-dispensed to patients. Such drug repository programs began with state legislative action in 1997. To read more click HERE.


On October 2nd, the California Department of Justice (CDoJ) will begin enforcing mandatory use of the Controlled Substance Utilization and Review System (CURES) Database. In general, mandatory use will require prescriber's to consult with CURES the first time that a patient is prescribed a controlled substance. For more information on mandatory use, click HERE or visit www.mbc.ca.gov/CURES. 

 

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Since 1990, the mission of MOASC is to “ensure access to quality and affordable care for cancer patients within their communities.” MOASC has represented more than 400 oncologists in California and neighboring states and strives for ongoing success in ensuring the continued practice of oncology care regardless of the setting, thereby ensuring greater access to oncology treatments for the cancer patient.

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