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Flatiron Health to Power Community Oncology Startup

September 17, 2018
by David Raths, Contributing Editor
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OneOncology seeks to empowers community oncology practices by supporting the entire continuum of care

Three oncology practices have joined forced to launch OneOncology, a startup designed to manage independent cancer-treatment clinics. Flatiron Health, with technology currently embedded in 275 oncology practices nationwide, will power the OneOncology technology and data platform.

The founding practices of OneOncology are Tennessee Oncology, New York Cancer & Blood Specialists, and West Cancer Center in Memphis. Together they have more than 225 oncology providers, more than 60 care locations, and treat nearly 158,000 cancer patients every year.

OneOncology will leverage Flatiron's suite of services to provide access to key clinical and operational data and the latest research via its national cloud-based network.

According to a story in the Nashville Post, OneOncology is being led by former CVS Health executive and Emdeon Chairman Tracy Bahl. Private-equity firm General Atlantic has agreed to invest $200 million in the company. The Post story said OneOncology would “look to consolidate independent cancer care practices around the country with the promise of financial, management and technological muscle, the latest research and treatment developments and integration with other parts of the care continuum.”




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