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AMCCBS UNITES LEADING STAKEHOLDERS FROM ACROSS THE HEALTH ECOSYSTEM.

begin-quoteHealthcare is ever-changing, and we need to be actively involved in the transformation. This meeting has a unique way of opening up viewpoints and letting everyone know—regardless of care setting—that we are all in the same situation.

Susan Sands, RN, BSN, OCN
Clinical Manager, UPMC Pinnacle Health Women’s Cancer Center, Ortenzio Cancer Center end-quote
 

Frontline healthcare providers, payers, employers, life sciences and pharma services, government, health associations, and forward-thinking companies in the hub of health innovation will network, share provocative perspectives, and devise groundbreaking strategies to reimagine and reshape the future of cancer care delivery across the United States.

Interact with oncology professionals from around the country who face similar organizational challenges. Develop partnerships with cutting-edge industry partners that offer solutions to meet the demands of business, workforce productivity, and value-based care delivery. All individuals engaged in cancer care operations should attend, including:

  • Hospital presidents/CEOs/COOs/VPs/trustees
  • Operations, development, and finance directors
  • Chief medical officers and medical directors
  • Oncology clinicians (medical, radiation, surgical, pharmacy)
  • Oncology program and practice administrators, managers, and service line executives
  • Healthcare consultants, vendors, and suppliers
  • Pharmaceutical and biotechnology manufacturers
  • Medical information technology specialists
  • Government affairs and health policy directors
  • Cancer program marketing and public relations professionals

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