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Susan Dentzer to Address Disruptive Innovations and the Future of Cancer Care at ACCC 46th Annual Meeting & Cancer Center Business Summit

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J Clin Pathways. 2019;5(10):32.

This spring, the Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC) is excited to feature Susan Dentzer, senior policy fellow at the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy, at the ACCC 46th Annual Meeting & Cancer Center Business Summit. At the Summit, taking place in Washington, DC, from March 4-6, 2020, Ms Dentzer will share insights on how disruptive innovations may impact the future of cancer care—from the boardroom to the bedside. She will present on technology trends and health care delivery platforms on the horizon as well as opportunities for—and barriers to—building an effective infrastructure that supports innovation. 

DentzerFormer senior policy advisor to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and former editor-in-chief of Health Affairs, Ms Dentzer’s work at the Duke-Margolis Center focuses on health system transformation, biopharmaceutical policy, and other key health policy issues. Her areas of interest center around modernizing the health care system through greater integration of virtual care, reconfiguration of the health care work force, and improving health and health care in rural areas, among other pressing challenges facing the US health care system.  

Hosted by ACCC, the Cancer Center Business Summit, and Foley & Lardner, LLP, the Annual Meeting & Cancer Center Business Summit immerses stakeholders from all sectors of oncology in dynamic sessions that dive into critical business concerns and policy controversies that are contributing to the evolution of the cancer care delivery landscape.

Value-added perspective and networking events include:  

Radiation Oncology Pre-Conference. Explore forward-thinking strategies necessary for strengthening radiation oncology program viability and innovation.

Surgical Oncology Pre-Conference. Examine the drivers, obstacles, and effective practices to build and grow a successful surgical oncology program.

With countless opportunities to innovate, collaborate, grow, and transform, the Annual Meeting & Cancer Center Business Summit creates cross-sector synergy among executives, business leaders, and interdisciplinary providers—from C-suite executives, oncology specialists, directors and administrators to professionals in health IT, policy, research, pharmacy, biotechnology, academia, and consultancy. 

See more information on the ACCC 46th Annual Meeting & Cancer Center Business Summit.

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