Driving sustainable healthcare solutions for everyone affected by cancer

We imagine a world in which patients are always at the heart of cancer care

Driving sustainable healthcare solutions for everyone affected by cancer

We imagine a world in which patients are always at the heart of cancer care

About us

All.Can is an international multi-stakeholder not-for-profit organisation working to improve the efficiency of cancer care by focusing on what matters to patients.

We believe the most effective way to create change is to give everyone a seat at the table. All.Can international’s membership therefore includes representatives from patient organisations, policymakers, healthcare professionals, research and industry.

What we do

All.Can aims to identify inefficiencies in cancer care, which we define as anything that doesn't focus on what matters to patients. Through research and collaboration, we highlight best practices and develop policy recommendations to improve cancer care for all.

All.Can Efficiency Metrics study

On 17 June 2022, All.Can published its Efficiency Metrics study, a policy research which proposes a set of internationally applicable and real-world measures generated and collected from daily clinical practice.

Building efficiency in cancer care

On 23 February 2022, All.Can launched its new flagship publication 'Building efficiency in cancer care'.

Efficiency hub

All.Can is gathering examples of best practice in cancer care from around the world to create a learning community and help organisations find and implement potential solutions to common issues.

Latest publication

Achieving efficiency in practice – Lessons learnt from the All.Can Efficiency Hub

In 2022, to mark three years of the Hub, All.Can International examined the lessons that can be learnt from the collection of examples featured on the Efficiency Hub, which are now over 40. Initiatives are selected from across the entire patient care pathway, from diagnosis to palliative care and survivorship; they can be from any country. This think piece, written by The Health Policy Partnership with the input from All.Can members, highlights the kind of solutions that have been identified to address some of the most prominent challenges facing cancer care.

Latest blog

General wellbeing of cancer patients in Argentina. New All.Can Argentina survey

All.Can Argentina ended its new survey around cancer patient’s general wellbeing inspired in the PaRIS questionnaire used by the OECD. Carried out together with IPSOS Healthcare, it is a quali-quantitative survey that included 328 patients with cancer (with different types and stages) who have been…

Latest news

All.Can CEO Eduardo Pisani has co-authored, together with All.Can colleagues Kathy Oliver, Matti Aapro and Tit Albreht, an article in the Journal of Cancer Policy

We are pleased to announce that All.Can CEO Eduardo Pisani has co-authored, together with All.Can colleagues Kathy Oliver, Matti Aapro and Tit Albreht, the recently published article in the Journal of Cancer Policy: How to improve efficiency in cancer care: dimensions, methods, and areas of…