Community health centers fill a critical role as community-based and patient-directed organizations in areas with limited access to health care. Community Oncology Centers provide affordable care to patients not only during their treatment, but also maintain vigilance as part of the therapeutic regimen. These centers allow patients to remain close to their homes, families, and local support networks in their community – factors often cited by patients as important for their well-being.
Community Oncology Centers have grown to the extent that they provide treatment for almost 55 percent of Americans with cancer. These Centers are better positioned both to provide personal care to patients and to accelerate uptake of new technology due to their ability to focus on oncology, pool resources, and share collective experience. As a timely example, these Centers have adopted telehealth and virtual meetings to provide care while reducing risk of exposure to compromised patients.
If you are a clinician, research scientist, or regulator this conference is one you won’t want to miss. Please join us for the world’s most informative conference for precision oncology leaders from with leaders from academia, biotech, pharmaceuticals, diagnostics, clinical research, healthcare and regulatory bodies.
Come join us for the Precision Community Oncology Virtual Summit to hear talks about introducing and using precision medicine in medical practices with a line-up of speakers who will address these points and more:
- Experience in setting up and managing a Community Oncology Center
- Introducing Genetics/Genomics, emerging ‘Omics Diagnostics and Medicines into a practice at a Center, especially for drugs with diagnostics indicated on the label
- The Economics of developing precision medicine for Cancer Oncology Centers
- Can a precision medicine in Centers save overall treatment costs in the long run?
- Positioning a Center for coverage of precision medicine by payers
- Experiences using Telehealth and other online resources
Who should attend:
- Those with Community Oncology Center practices or considering starting/joining one
- Executives and Decision Makers – CEOs, CTOs, CMOs, and CSOs
- Research, Development, and Practicing Clinicians
- Genomic, Proteomic Analysts
- Regulatory Leaders in Government and Business Affairs groups
- Economic Planners and Forecasters
- Marketing Leaders
- Computer and Software System Developers for healthcare administration and practices
- Fee-for-Service and Value-Based Payment billing structures at Oncology Care Centers