PCOC16: Panel Discussion on the Future of Oncology Care

The 5th Annual Patient-Centered Oncology Care Meeting closed out with a panel discussion with an eye on the future. Donald Trump's surprise election has caused turmoil in the healthcare industry as the Affordable Care Act seems certain to be repealed at least in part. However, the move to value-based care will likely continue as planned.

The 5th Annual Patient-Centered Oncology Care Meeting closed out with a panel discussion with an eye on the future. Donald Trump's surprise election has caused turmoil in the healthcare industry as the Affordable Care Act seems certain to be repealed at least in part. However, the move to value-based care will likely continue as planned.

Panelists Robert Carlson, MD, chief executive officer of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network; Scott Gottlieb, MD, resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute; Ted Okon, MBA, executive director of Community Oncology Alliance; and Kavita Patel, MD, nonresident fellow at the Brookings Institute, discussed access to care, quality of care in oncology, and the problem of health literacy in the United States.

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