North Carolina Oncology Management Society

NCOMS strives to improve the delivery of cancer care services in North Carolina by bringing together oncology professionals from across the state.

We provide a network for collaboration and development of best practices and innovative ideas in order to improve efficiencies in systems and processes within oncology practices. NCOMS aspires to improve access to information, care, and treatment options so that all patients with cancer are provided with the best care available.

Board of Directors

Kandis Hill, RN
Kandis Hill, RN President
QMS Clinical Nurse Manager
Physicians East, Greenville NC

Kevin Proffit, BS, CPC, CPPM, CHONC
Kevin Proffit, BS, CPC, CPPM, CHONCPresident Elect
Manager
Atrium Health, Levine Cancer Institute

Stephanie O’Meara
Stephanie O’Meara Secretary
Manager, Financial Clearance
Atrium Health’s Levine Cancer Institute, Charlotte NC

Lavesa Weeks, MHA
Lavesa Weeks, MHATreasurer
Senior Manager, Ambulatory Services – Patient Registration
Atrium Health, Levine Cancer Institute

Donna Goodman
Donna GoodmanAssistant Secretary
Operations and Events Manager
North Carolina Oncology Management Society

Committee Chairs

Tiffany Spencer, CPC, CPMA, CEMC, CHONC
Tiffany Spencer, CPC, CPMA, CEMC, CHONCCoding & Reimbursement Committee
Auditor / Education III
Atrium Health, Carolina Healthcare System

Lynn Parrott, CPPM
Lynn Parrott, CPPMMembership Committee
Business Manager
Cancer Care of WNC

Jennifer Pace, CPPM
Jennifer Pace, CPPM Patient Advocacy & Legislative Committee
Patient Services Manager
Cancer Care of WNC

Cindy Walker
Cindy WalkerProgram Committee
Business Office Manager
Carolina Oncology Specialist, Hickory, NC

Austin Blalock, LPN
Austin Blalock, LPN Scholarship Committee
Physician’s East

Jenna Thornton
Jenna ThorntonSocial Media & Website Committee
Reimbursement Supervisor,
Southeastern Medical Oncology Center

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Patient Advocacy

The North Carolina Oncology Management Society’s Patient Advocacy Committee provides members with current patient advocacy issues relating to oncology patients that have the potential to affect the professional or business interests of oncology practices across North Carolina.

The following resources may be used to identify financial assistance programs for patients receiving specific oncology agents:

Additional information may be found in the ACCC Patient Assistance and Reimbursement Guide.

Bobbie Buell has introduced a one-stop resource tool to assist in identifying financial assistance programs.

This tool can be found at assistPoint.com.

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