Targeted Oncology adds Tennessee Oncology to its SAP programme

11th March 2020 (Last Updated March 11th, 2020 15:36)

Cancer care specialist community Tennessee Oncology has joined Targeted Oncology’s strategic alliance partnership (SAP) programme.

Targeted Oncology adds Tennessee Oncology to its SAP programme
Targeted Oncology will work with Tennessee Oncology to share exclusive information in order to improve cancer care for patients. Credit: Conleth Brady / IAEA.

Cancer care specialist community Tennessee Oncology has joined Targeted Oncology’s strategic alliance partnership (SAP) programme.

Targeted Oncology is a multimedia resource that offers content and expert opinions on emerging therapeutics in the field of oncology.

Targeted Oncology parent company MJH Life Sciences president and CEO Mike Hennessy said: “We are so excited to be partnering with Tennessee Oncology.

“They are one of the premier oncology specialty groups in the country, and we look forward to helping them disseminate information to improve cancer care for patients and their families.”

Under the SAP programme, Targeted Oncology has partnered with leading national oncology associations, state oncology societies, and community cancer centres to bring oncologists the most important news in research and best treatment practices for cancer.

The SAP programme is aimed at creating a community of advocacy groups, medical associations and medical institutions to provide an open exchange of information for overall patient care.

Targeted Oncology will work with Tennessee Oncology to share exclusive information, as part of this joint effort.

Tennessee Oncology said in a press statement: “Our longstanding mission is to provide the highest quality cancer care and access to cutting edge treatments for patients close to home.

“Our partnership with Targeted Oncology is perfectly aligned with this mission by improving provider access to continued education about the newest advancements in the delivery of personalised medicine, and then sharing these learnings across our network of over 70 oncologists caring for patients in the local communities where our patients live.”