Inefficient cancer care can be a leading factor in poorer outcomes for patients. Building efficiency in cancer care requires health systems to operate as highly effective, evidence-based and data-driven learning systems. Yet, this cannot be achieved without a coordinated effort to eliminate the existing fragmentation of data, data silos and metrics.

By using the All.Can International Cancer Efficiency Metrics Study as an example, this webinar will explore how evidence-based measures can be implemented in the real world, what disruptions exist, and how to overcome these in order to ultimately improve health outcomes for patients and society. Where do we need to start from? What kind of support do we need from health policymakers?

Have you missed it? ‘Cancer Care Efficiency – a path from evidence to implementation’ Webinar recording now available to watch here.

The webinar was moderated by Mark Lawler, Associate Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Queen’s University Belfast and speakers  included:

  • Bryan Bennett, Director Worldwide HEOR and Patient Reported Outcomes for Oncology, Bristol-Myers Squibb
  • Virpi Sulosaari, President-Elect, European Oncology Nursing Society
  • Erik Briers, Vice Chair, Europa Uomo
  • Matt Hickey, CEO, The Health Value Alliance

The webinar was organised in close cooperation between EHFG and All.Can International,  supported by Bristol-Myers Squibb