Massachusetts Society of
     Clinical Oncologists
 

 

 

MSCO - dedicated to improving cancer care and treatment...

 

Welcome to the MSCO website! We invite you to look around and learn more about our society . Thank you for your patience as we continue to improve our website. We look forward to hearing your comments.

About Us

The Massachusetts Society of Clinical Oncologists is a statewide organization representing oncologists and physicians who provide care for cancer patients. Founded in 1985, the Society is dedicated to improving cancer care and treatment and is recognized by the Massachusetts Medical Society and the American Society of Clinical Oncology as the voice for cancer physicians and their patients in the state.

As an advocacy organization, the Society provides a wide array of programs and services to assist physicians with their practices.  Whether physicians want to further their professional education or need technical assistance with third-party reimbursement, MSCO is a valuable resource.  Cancer physicians rely on MSCO not only for up to date information about cancer care and health care trends, but also because they know they can count on a respected voice to represent their interests. 

MSCO Announces 

Oncologist of the Year - Call for Nominations

We are now accepting nominations to honor the achievements of an individual whose research and innovations have had a transforming and lasting impact in areas of clinical oncology, cancer research, clinical trials, and patient advocacy activities or outstanding long-term service to MSCO and clinical oncology. The due date for nominations is May 1, 2016 and can be submitted HERE

Call for Quality and Innovation Grant Proposals

About the Quality and Innovation Grant
The purpose of the MSCO Quality and Innovation grant is to improve the care of patients in the state of Massachusetts living with a diagnosis of cancer.  Funding will be provided for an individual(s) or group(s) seeking to improve the delivery of cancer care, the quality of cancer care, treatment of cancer or comfort of patients suffering from cancer. 

Funding
Up to two grants for $20,000 will be awarded to fund both direct and indirect costs. Accepted projects are expected to extend for two years with funding distributed in two $10,000 increments; the first at the time of the award and the second a year later after an update to the MSCO annual meeting. 

Research objectives

Areas of research may include (but are not limited to):

  •          Improving the delivery of cancer care
  •          Value in cancer care
  •          Improving the quality of life of cancer patients
  •          Access to care for cancer patients, particularly those with                 specific barriers to care
  •          Disparities in cancer care
  •          Projects that improve understanding of cancer biology
  •          Projects with potential to improve cancer therapy
For more details see the attached MSCO Quality and Innovation Grant prospectus HERE. The deadline for applications is Thursday, September 1, 2016.

ASCO in Action
Click HERE for the ASCO in Action website.


Patient Information at Cancer.net

 Click HERE for Oncologist-approved cancer information from the American Society of Clinical Oncology.


Upcoming events

03 Nov 2016 5:30 PM (EDT) • Hilton Boston/Dedham
03 Nov 2016 11:59 PM (EDT) • Hilton Boston/Dedham

 

Massachusetts Society of Clinical Oncologists
860 Winter Street
Waltham, MA 02451
Telephone (781) 434-7329
Email: nstrunk@mms.org


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