Why You Should Attend Patient-Centered Oncology Care in Baltimore

Innovation in oncology treatments has reduced the mortality rate for cancer, but it comes at a price. At the 5th Annual Patient-Centered Oncology Care, experts will discuss cost-sharing models, as well as updates in cancer care treatment, such as precision medicine and immuno-oncology.

Innovation in oncology treatments has reduced the mortality rate for cancer, but it comes at a price. Specifically, the cost of medications. The price of treatment has steadily risen over the years to $100,000 a year and more. At the 5th Annual Patient-Centered Oncology Care, to be held in Baltimore, Maryland, November 17-18, experts will discuss cost-sharing models, as well as updates in cancer care treatment, such as precision medicine and immuno-oncology.

The meeting will bring together providers, payers, and leaders from oncology policy, academia, quality measurement, patient education, advocacy, and pharmaceutical manufacturing.