December, 2021 | Maryland Oncology Hematology December 2021 – Maryland Oncology Hematology

Kashif Firozvi, M.D. was a guest on Great Day Washington

Kashif Firozvi, M.D. was a guest on Great Day Washington to talk about the White Oak Cancer Center.

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Health Insurance Update

It’s Open Enrollment time! Please make sure your Maryland Oncology Hematology team is aware of any changes to your medical insurance so that we can avoid delays in your care.


We are here to support you as you make choices or changes, whether is due to Medicare or Medicaid plans revisions, a new job with new insurance coverage, or other updates in your coverage. It is very important that you share any insurance coverage updates with the care team at your clinic so that we can plan ahead for any administrative requirements to continue your care.


Your Patient Benefits Representative will update your coverage in our system to ensure a smooth transition. This is critical, as many of the treatments you receive require prior authorization from the insurance company. Providing the team with your new insurance information gives us a head start on authorizing your care for the coming year, which will help prevent delays.


No change in your coverage is too small,  please share them all – Including, but not limited to: moving from one Medicare replacement plan to another, moving from Traditional Medicare to a replacement plan, change in commercial plans,  changes in the ID number, and/or group number,  or changes in your name or employer.


Thank you for trusting Maryland Oncology Hematology team with your care.


Covid-19 Update

As we move into the heart of the holiday season, I know many of you are seeing the dramatic increase of COVID cases across Maryland and the U.S.  Throughout the pandemic, we’ve adjusted our policies to ensure the continued safety of our patients and staff, and we are now implementing some changes to promote the health and safety of our patients, staff, and community.

Effective Monday, December 27, all MOH practices will:

  • Implement a NO VISITOR policy.  Caregivers will only be provided access if the following criteria are met by the patient:
    • Wheelchair-bound requiring assistance.
    • Cognitive dysfunction.
    • Translator needed.
  • Leverage telemedicine visits as much as possible.

Thank you for your continued commitment as we work to keep each other, our patients, and our communities safe.  Warmest wishes for a healthy and happy holiday season.


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