Community health centers take on a unique role to serve community-based and patient-directed organizations in populations with limited access to health care. The major mission for Community Oncology Centers is to provide affordable care to patients for the duration of their treatment and maintaining vigilance during remission. These centers allow for patients to remain close to their homes, families, and local support networks, in addition to receiving comprehensive cancer care that has previously been limited to larger academic medical centers.  Community Oncology Centers have grown to the extent that they provide treatment for almost 70 percent of Americans with cancer.

As in all clinical settings, Community Oncology Centers face issues when bringing a new technology to its practice – from financial upgrades to systems integration. These Centers, however, are better positioned to accelerate uptake of new technology due to their ability to focus on oncology, pool resources, and share collective experience. This enables practices to diversify, apply large data insights and leverage technological advances to improve performance and thus achieve better outcomes for patients. Precision Medicine was launched to focus on oncology and is the most mature in terms of offerings for precision diagnostics and medicine.

Join us in for the Precision Community Oncology Virtual Summit on October 13-14, 2020 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
• Augmented Intelligence – empowering clinicians with AI to use precision medicine
• The Economics of developing precision medicine for Cancer Oncology Centers
• Can a precision medicine in community centers save overall treatment costs in the long run?
• Positioning a center for coverage of precision medicine by payers

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
• Systems Developers for Systems and Software
• Artificial and Augmented Intelligence Developers