Thriving in a value-based care environment requires changes to virtually every area of an oncology practice, including the patient experience. Practices in The US Oncology Network provide a variety of non-medical support services to help patients and their families including survivorship, financial counseling, patient assistance programs and advance care planning.
We provide tools that empower practices to succeed in this transformation. Our expertise and comprehensive solutions have been tested and proven in a value-based environment – ultimately increasing patient satisfaction with their cancer care experience.
Our world-renowned clinical research program is one of the largest community-based oncology research programs in the U.S. We enable practices to offer patients access to the latest clinical trial options in their local communities, providing the opportunity for better outcomes while contributing to the advancement of cancer treatment.
- More than 65,000 patients enrolled in clinical trials to date
- Contributed to more than 60 FDA-approved cancer therapies, nearly one-third of all FDA-approved oncology therapies
- Hundreds of clinical trials enrolling patients at any given time
- Accelerated enrollment for trials with highly targeted or rare patient populations
Upcoming Clinical Trials
Renal Cancer - USOR: 15026
Efficacy and Safety of Rivaroxaban Prophylaxis Compared with Placebo in Ambulatory Cancer Patients Initiating Systemic Cancer Therapy and at High Risk for Venous Thromboembolism (39039039STM4001)ClinicalTrials.gov ID
Liver Cancer - USOR: 14148
A Phase Ib/II Clinical Study of BBI608 in Combination with Sorafenib or BBI503 in Combination with Sorafenib in Adult Patients with Hepatocellular Carcinoma (BBI608-503-103HCC; formerly: BBIHCC-103)ClinicalTrials.gov ID
Penile Cancer - USOR: 16041
An Open-label Phase 2 Multi-cohort Trial of Nivolumab in Advanced or Metastatic Malignancies (CA209627)ClinicalTrials.gov ID
Leukemia - USOR: 16213
(UTX-TGR-204) A Multi-Center, Open-Label, Compassionate Use Extension Study of Ublituximab (TG-1101) in Combination with TGR-1202 for Patients Previously Enrolled in Protocol UTX-TGR-304ClinicalTrials.gov ID
Lymphomas - USOR: 13092
A PHASE 1B, MULTI-CENTER, OPEN-LABEL STUDY OF NOVEL COMBINATIONS OF CC-122, CC-223, CC-292, AND RITUXIMAB IN DIFFUSE LARGE B-CELL LYMPHOMA AND FOLLICULAR LYMPHOMA (CC-122-DLBCL-001)ClinicalTrials.gov ID
Good things happen when great minds come together, and that’s why we provide a variety of ways for our physicians to connect. Physicians collaborate with their colleagues through physician committees where they determine new ways to lead and guide The US Oncology Network and to shape the future of cancer care. They also interact with one another digitally through The Oncology Portal where approximately 1,400 physicians in The Network share ideas and collaborate on complex cases. Additionally, every year we host network-wide conferences and meetings covering a variety of topics to keep physicians abreast of new developments in cancer care.
I have access to a community of physicians and experts going through similar challenges. I am able to reach out to discuss difficult cases; to strategize and expedite solutions.
The US Oncology Network actively advocates regulatory and legislative solutions on behalf of cancer patients, both on the federal and state level, to improve care and to combat proposals that can negatively impact patients. Our highly skilled political experts are dedicated to making sure the voices and concerns of cancer patients are heard in today’s evolving healthcare landscape.
Providing integrated, seamless care under one roof drives better outcomes and increases patient and physician satisfaction, but building a successful multidisciplinary practice is not an easy task. We have a strong history of success in developing integrated oncology practices utilizing a variety of business models. We are committed to enhancing the opportunities for all physicians in The Network to offer integrated care to their patients.
We offer a full range of integrated technology solutions that enable practices to provide patient-focused value-based care. These user-friendly advanced solutions are designed to reduce physician time spent documenting care, freeing up more time for physicians to do what they do best―provide high-quality patient care.