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An Integrated Single Specialty Provider (Patent Pending, July 24, 2009)[1] is a new health care delivery model that is claimed to fully integrate all the departments of health care to facilitate the delivery of care. The ISSP model was developed by New Century Infusion Solutions, Inc. (NCIS) in 2006. This business model was originally produced in order to address the need for cost-effective cancer care management. Since the introduction of the ISSP model, it is claimed to have been used to provide significant savings to patients and health plans alike without lowering the quality of care.[2]

So far, the ISSP model has allegedly been used to deliver more efficient cancer care and uphold only the highest quality of care because it is the only healthcare model that aligns the interests of health care providers, payers (e.g. health plans and/or physician groups), and patients[3]. The ISSP model is claimed to fully integrate all levels of the cancer care delivery chain, which allows the flow of oncology care/treatment to be issued unimpeded by unnecessary conflicts and costs. New Century Infusion Solutions claim their ISSP model has been successfully implemented by many of national health plans in the market (e.g. HUMANA), and that this model has continuously provided only positive results for its clients.[4]


  1. ^ Personal statement from NCIS, Inc.: July 24, 2009. Awaiting textual statement to be referenced
  2. ^ New Century Infusion Solutions, Inc.
  3. ^ Specialty Pharmacy News article
  4. ^ NCIS Company Facts

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