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AVBCC Summit Highlights

Conference Correspondent — November 6, 2020
In this session, a panel of experts from all branches of healthcare make predictions on the cancer care forecast post-election.
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Conference Correspondent — November 5, 2020
The current climate of COVID-19 and political uncertainty has made an impact on the future of cancer care. Top CEOs give their perspective on what lies ahead.
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Conference Correspondent — November 4, 2020
In this session, expert panelists discuss the impact of COVID-19, future trends in access and management, and upcoming trends in oncology.
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Conference Correspondent — November 2, 2020
HUB programs ensure that cancer care is delivered efficiently. However, many patients and healthcare providers need more education on the services offered for these programs to be effective. In this session, experts discuss common challenges of HUB programs and the future of these support services.
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Conference Correspondent — October 30, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic exposed many cracks in today’s healthcare system, including underrepresentation of minorities in clinical trials. In this session, experts discuss this important issue, as well as strategies for effectively breaking down current health equity barriers.
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Conference Correspondent — October 29, 2020
After Medicare, employers are the largest purchasing group in cancer care. In this session, experts offer employers’ perspectives on health benefit plans, as well as issues that frequently arise when designing plans, managing costs, and defining value.
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Conference Correspondent — October 28, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly affected all areas of the healthcare system. In this session, experts offer pharmaceutical perspectives on the innovations that may result from the current public health crisis and the future of cancer care.
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Conference Correspondent — October 27, 2020
Cancer Centers of Excellence play an important role in the delivery of cancer care. Future expansion into the communities and remotely will benefit patients, employers, and payers, and may help to close health disparity gaps.
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Conference Correspondent — October 23, 2020
Greg Simon, who led the Cancer Moonshot program under the Obama-Biden administration, asserts that the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed vast chasms of inequity in cancer care, and challenges listeners to think in new ways about how we deliver and pay for care.
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Conference Correspondent — October 23, 2020
From new approaches for sequencing therapy to preparing for an incoming tsunami of delayed diagnoses after months of missed cancer screenings, community cancer providers have a lot to manage in the era of COVID-19.
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