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Oncology and social factors

Based on clinical evidence, we know that oncology patients facing financial security, food security, social isolation, housing security, addiction and other issues are prone to worse outcomes than patients without these challenges.

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Alternative Pharmacy Staffing

by Kelly Morrison
Doctor listening to a patient's heart and lungs with a stethoscope.

Trends reshaping healthcare

by Michele Holcomb

Closing the gender gap in cancer research

by Laura Mueller

Experts look at why a gender gap exists in cancer research and what's being done to fix it.

Matters of the heart

by Michael Myser

As February marks American Heart Month, experts discuss heart health disparities among women and minorities, and how these disparities can be addressed.

The best of 2019

by Stephanie Pavol

This Essential Insights articles with the biggest impact over the last year.

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AI and gamification in cancer care

by Joe DePinto

New research shows how more than 180 oncologists nationwide feel about these two emerging technologies.

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The impact of pharmacogenomics on patients and providers

by Scott Lust

Your genes may impact your body’s response to medications. Here’s what that means for medication therapy.

Is our healthcare system ready for our aging society?

by Laura Mueller

Americans are living longer, but not necessarily healthier, lives—and our current health system may not be equipped to handle it. Here’s what experts say we can do.

gene therapy.

The three most important challenges to overcome for cell and gene therapy success

by Chris Hayhurst

A closer look at the new challenges biopharmaceutical companies may encounter as they navigate the evolving cell and gene therapy market—and some promising solutions.

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Deloitte’s vision for the future of health

by Doug Beaudoin

Deloitte shares their take on what the integrated health system of 2040 could look like.

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