KYSCO is dedicated to ensuring you stay informed during the COVID-19 crisis. Click above to find all of the latest resources from ASCO, ASH, COA, HOSS, and important Industry News related to the crisis.
The Kentucky Society of Clinical Oncology (KYSCO) represents physicians that specialize in the practice of Hematology and Oncology (blood disorders and cancer). KYSCOis a non-profit corporation formed to address the growing needs of oncologists and hematologists in community practice in Kentucky.
The site provides useful information about the Society, reimbursement issues, legislative updates and upcoming KYSCO events and educational programs. We encourage you to browse the site and welcome your suggestions or comments.
Membership in KYSCO
Membership in KYSCO is open to practicing oncologists and hematologists in Kentucky, their staff, academic institutions and corporate entities involved in the care and treatment of cancer patients.
KYSCO serves as an important representative for you and your profession with legislators, government agencies and insurers. We provide an united voice on issues affecting the future of the profession. In order to obtain our goals, the society needs your support. You are a vital link to the success of the organization, which ultimately will impact the profession. Find out More.
KYSCO is happy to have partnered with NCODA to present their most recent webinars. You can watch all five parts of the COVID-19 series and a special ASCO/NCODA webinar on Patient-Centered Standards for Medically Integrated Dispensing by clicking HERE.
COVID-19 NEWS AND INFORMATION - FREQUENTLY UPDATED
Click here for information, resources, and programs related to on the COVID-19 coronavirus.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL PROVIDERS FROM THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
As of January 1, 2021, there were significant changes to the office and outpatient Evaluation and Management (E&M) services (CPT ® codes 99202-99215) for both new and established patients. Find out more
VACCINES.GOV WEBSITE IS NOW LIVE
CMS has announced that the federally supported website that makes it easier for individuals to access COVID-19 vaccines is now live. Vaccines.gov – powered by the trusted VaccineFinder brand – is available in English and Spanish, with high accessibility standard, and will help connect Americans with locations offering vaccines near them. In addition to the website, people in the U.S. are also now able to utilize a text message service, available in both English and Spanish. People can text their ZIP code to 438829 (GETVAX) and 822862 (VACUNA) to find three locations nearby that have vaccines available.
Vaccines.gov is meant to complement the number of state and pharmacy websites that have been successfully connecting many Americans with vaccinations, by providing a unified federal resource for Americans to use no matter where they are.
In addition to the website and text messaging service, the National COVID-19 Vaccination Assistance Hotline is now available to help those who prefer to get information by phone on where to get a vaccine. Call 1-800-232-0233 to find a location near you.
ASH Virtual Listening Sessions on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The ASH Virtual Listening Sessions on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion will explore issues facing those from backgrounds traditionally disadvantaged in medicine, as well as DEI opportunities in the hematology community. ASH is currently seeking participants willing to share their thoughts and experiences on DEI issues related to race, ethnicity, gender, ability, and/or sexual orientation for the first set of listening sessions. ASH members interested in participating in the listening sessions are encouraged to sign up soon as we anticipate significant interest.