AVBCC 2015 5th Annual Conference

“Data in Motion” Will Promote Patient-Centric Care Models

Wayne Kuznar

June 2015, Vol 6, No 5 - AVBCC 2015 5th Annual Conference

Washington, DC—Personalized medicine will become even more critical ­­as care transitions to patient-centric, outcomes-based care models. The use of real-time data, along with an increasingly advanced understanding of cancer biology, will exponentially increase the number of treatment options for patients, making personalized treatment more effective and ultimately leading to better clinical and financial outcomes. [ Read More ]

Comprehensive Genomic Profiling Enables Efficient “N of 1” Trials

Wayne Kuznar

June 2015, Vol 6, No 5 - AVBCC 2015 5th Annual Conference

Washington, DC—Genomically driven medicine has created an opportunity for value in oncology by substantially improving outcomes and quality of life for patients with advanced cancer, said Vincent A. Miller, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Foundation Medicine, Cambridge, MA, at the Fifth Annual Conference of the Association for Value­Based Cancer Care. [ Read More ]

Pathways Have the Potential to Deliver Personalized Medicine

Wayne Kuznar

May 2015, Vol 6, No 4 - AVBCC 2015 5th Annual Conference

Washington, DC—The institution of cancer treatment pathways is not incompatible with personalized medicine, but rather it has the potential to offer access to a rapid learning system that can promote personalized therapy, said Michael Kolodziej, MD, National Medical Director, Oncology Solutions, Aetna, at the Fifth Annual Conference of the Association for Value-Based Cancer Care. [ Read More ]