2015 Innovations in Cancer Treatment and Care Conference
Value-based health care was the theme of our fourth annual Innovations in Cancer Treatment and Care Conference held on Thursday 15 October 2015.
Date: Thursday 15 October 2015
Time: 8:30am – 5:00pm
Venue: Aerial UTS Function Centre
Hear Dr Feeley speak on ABC's Radio National about value-based health care.
The keynote address at the 2015 Innovations Conference will be delivered by Dr Thomas Feeley, an esteemed academic and doctor of medicine whose areas of interest include health care quality, value creation and cancer care innovation.
Dr Feeley is Head of the Institute for Cancer Care Innovation at The University of Texas’ MD Anderson Cancer Centre where he leads work studying new and existing models of cancer care delivery and reimbursement. The Institute’s programs are based around the principle of value-based health care delivery, focusing on the significance of outcomes and costs of care.
Dr Feeley also holds an appointment at The University of Texas as the Helen Shafer Fly Distinguished Professor of Anaesthesiology, as well as Senior Fellow at the Harvard Business School where he is researching the role information technology can play when reforming health care from a value-based perspective.
Presenting at the 2015 Innovations Conference, Dr Feeley will speak on innovative approaches to measuring and improving on the value of cancer care delivery in his keynote address titled “Transforming medicine through value-based health care”.
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List of abstracts presented at the 2015 Innovations in Cancer Treatment and Care conference
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