Connecticut Oncology Association

ASCO Presents: Are You Ready for MACRA? How to Prepare Meaningful Use and Clinical Practice Improvement Activities

  • 05 Oct 2016
  • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Sheraton Hartford South, Rocky Hill CT


  • Any physician, nurse, staff, resident or fellow working in a Connecticut oncology practice, private or hospital based, is invited to join CT Oncology Association meetings for free - we just ask that you register for room and food planning.
  • This registration category applies to all industry staff who are either not Corporate Partners of CtOA or who are seeking to register beyond the two registrations allowed to Corporate Partners of CtOA

    please contact Dawn Holcombe at with any questions.
  • CTOA Corporate Partners have two registrations for each meeting available to them as part of their partnership. Additional registrations will be available, space permitting.

Registration is closed

MACRA will go live January 2017.   These issues are affecting both private and hospital-based practices.  

ASCO has summarized the key points and considerations of the Medicare MACRA changes for oncologists.  MACRA not only sets forth new payment options for Medicare providers, but also aggressively incentivizes practice transformation from treatment to patient and population management.  Join Dr. Kapur and Dawn Holcombe for an overview of these varied topics, and then an energetic discussion with the physicians and practice leaders of CT.

Dinesh Kapur, MD,  Eastern Connecticut Hematology Oncology,  in Norwich, and President of the Connecticut Oncology Association

Dawn Holcombe, MBA, FACMPE, ACHE, is the President of DGH Consulting and the Executive Director of the Connecticut Oncology Association

Connecticut Oncology Association (CtOA)

c/o Dawn Holcombe

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