The Enhancing Oncology Model: Are You In?

Thursday, September 29th, 2022 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM CT

During this webinar, we are going to discuss what cancer centers need to consider as they evaluate whether participating in EOM is a smart business decision.

We’ll discuss how this program can impact your bottom line, patient experience and the future of oncology over the next 5 years. Join us as we share best practices with you alongside thought leaders from the oncology industry.

Key learnings:
  • What you need to consider as they evaluate whether the EOM is a smart business decision
  • How this new program will impact oncology overall for the next 5 years
  • Advice, resources and vendors that will help cancer centers evaluating the EOM


James H

James Hamrick, MD, MPH

VP of Clinical Oncology, Flatiron

Dr. James Hamrick is currently Vice President of Clinical Oncology at Flatiron Health, where his team oversees the clinical development of new features in OncoEMR® as well as Flatiron's other clinician-facing software and services. James maintains a clinical practice part-time at Kaiser Permanente of Georgia in Atlanta, where he previously served as chief of medical oncology and hematology.


Nina Chavez

VP of Customer Experience, Flatiron Health

Nina Chavez joined Flatiron in 2020 with 16 years of practice experience at the New Mexico Cancer Center. In her previous role as COO at NMCC, she served on the boards of the Association of Community Cancer Centers and the Coalition of Hematology and Oncology Practices. Additionally, she is a fellow with the American College of Medical Practice Executives.

Christian Downs

Christian G. Downs, JD, MHA

Executive Director, Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC)

Christian G. Downs, JD, MHA, is Executive Director of the Association of Community Cancer Centers. Mr. Downs brings more than 15 years of association management expertise, guiding associations in their work on national policy and educational programming. He has been instrumental in working with healthcare providers, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), and Congress on association–specific issues.


Victoria Taiwo

Interim Program Manager, Yale

Victoria Taiwo earned a bachelor in Public Health from Southern Connecticut State University and a Master of Science in Healthcare Administration from the University of New Haven. Prior to joining CORE, she was a Program Manager at COPE Health Solutions in Los Angeles where she managed a clinical care program, overseeing the training and recruitment of 175 students and ensuring program quality while keeping deliverables on track. Previously, she was a Quality Associate at Stamford Health, where she worked with clinical staff and other stakeholders on quality improvement programs

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