HOPE

To kick-off 2020, we opened our newest cancer center in Pendleton, Oregon. Eastern Oregon Cancer Center at Pendleton will serve the citizens of eastern Oregon who previously had to drive long distances to receive radiation therapy. This center keeps our mission in perspective. We practice HOPE because...

On September 7th, the Eastern Oregon Cancer Network invited members of the local community to write words of hope and inspiration on the unfinished walls of Eastern Oregon Cancer Center at Pendleton.   I am grateful that we are afforded the opportunity to stop construction on each of our new...

[caption id="attachment_994" align="alignleft" width="200"] Dan running strong at the 5K Run for the Future[/caption] It’s been said that the only thing constant in healthcare is change. After attending this year’s ASTRO meeting in Chicago, I’m inclined to agree. This year, as every year, I was astounded by...

Is there a better feeling than coming home after being away? When I’ve been traveling - whether for a few days or a few weeks - the act of walking back through my front door centers me and makes me feel refreshed. Having my family around...

[caption id="attachment_935" align="alignleft" width="300"] Nature Sea View Clouds Landscapes Ocean Blue Sky[/caption] Thirty-six years ago, my dad, Pike, went on a mission trip to Puerto Rico.  He shared a room with an 18-year-old young man named Charlie. One morning after a storm the group went to...

April 1st we celebrated 15 years as a company. In fifteen years much has changed in the healthcare world; our core values have not. We strive to reduce financial anxiety for physicians and patients so that they can focus on healing. We pride ourselves on giving...

Spring is the season of new beginnings. The air is crisp, fresh buds bloom and earth seems to come back to life. Spring is also a busy time for us. Tradeshows are in full swing and our staff is busy promoting our mission of reducing financial...

This month marks the 71st anniversary of “Cry the Beloved Country” by Alan Paton. I remember this book and the discussions from college. Ironically, I saw this book again this month in a hotel breakfast lounge. One of the concepts I learned from this book...

We are starting off 2019 with a chance for you all to get to know our CEO, Dan Moore, better with a Q&A!   What was your initial goal in starting RBS? I saw this industry driven by everyone but the doctor/patient.  Payers, corporations, and even technology were...

I’ve shared our mission here before: To reduce financial anxiety for patients and physicians, so that they can focus on improving health.It’s more than a motto on a brochure to us. It’s not just what we do or how we do it, it’s who we are. We...