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ASCO Oncology Census

2014 ASCO National Oncology Census
Please be counted in this year’s ASCO National Oncology Census – the only annual survey of the entire oncology community that aims to capture and describe changes in cancer care over time. Through the 2013 census more than 8,000 oncologists in community practices, hospitals and academic medical centers shared with ASCO the challenges they are facing every day. The data and insights obtained from the 2013 census are chronicled in ASCO’s The State of Cancer Care in America: 2014 and are driving ASCO’s policy and advocacy efforts.

New This Year: The 2014 survey tool does not require user IDs or passwords so you can click on the below link and be counted immediately.  The 2014 ASCO National Oncology Census results will be used to identify continuing and emerging oncology clinical care trends across the entire oncology community. The survey is divided into two parts. The basic list of questions will take 10-12 minutes to complete and will ask you to provide information regarding your practice/institution and workforce characteristics and patient payment methodologies. ASCO also encourages you to complete the second section, which asks about issues facing your practice and will take another 8 minutes.

Your participation in the 2014 ASCO National Oncology Census is crucial to its success. From the information you provide, ASCO can educate the cancer community on the changes, issues, challenges and opportunities oncologists face in delivering care. Click here to participate in the 2014 ASCO National Oncology Census.