The Community Oncology Alliance (COA) maintains a Corporate Member Program for qualified industry companies including biotechnology, pharmaceutical, genomic, drug delivery and distribution, and other entities. This is consistent with COA’s mission of uniting the cancer community in order to enhance the quality of cancer care. The purpose of the Corporate Member Program is to:
Foster enhanced communications between community oncology and corporate members to improve the cancer care delivery system
Provide a forum for addressing common issues (not specific brands/products or product-specific issues) that impact patient care delivery
COA maintains a strict policy of independence from commercial influences, such as those related to specific companies, products, or services. The COA Board of Directors enforces this policy. Fundamentally, a mission of fostering and protecting the quality, affordability, and accessibility of cancer care for all Americans governs every COA policy and endeavor. Funds are used for education, projects, advocacy, staffing, and to maintain an office in Washington, D.C.
There are multiple ways in which you can support COPA. Below is a brief list of how you can get involved and make a difference.
Sponsorship of the dedicated COPA website
Advertising on the COPA website
Funding for white papers dealing with the description and measurement of the value proposition for patients and payers of in-practice orals dispensing or pharmacy integrated at the point of care
Sharing of resources and informational materials that have already been developed by relevant entities
Funding for the establishment and maintenance of a national standards bureau relating to point-of-care oral cancer therapy
Funding for educational and communications materials dealing with quality standards and benchmarking
Sponsorship of a COPA national meeting
Funding for patient educational materials
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