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Thank you to everyone who joined us at the Oncology Clinical Pathways Congress.

Please join us next year from October 6-8, as we launch a strategic collaboration with the Cancer Business Forum to significantly expand the Congress. Registration will open in early 2023.

Mark Your Calendar 2023
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Improving the Quality of Cancer Care.

The Oncology Clinical Pathways Congress brings together payors, providers, and industry to gain an understanding of what’s next for oncology pathways and the patients we serve.

Mark your calendar to join the biggest names in value-based care on October 6-8 at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront. Hear from 30+ pathway leaders on the latest clinical updates, join in-depth discussions to better understand pathways and care plans across the cancer spectrum, and connect with colleagues old and new. 

Over three days of substantive programming, you’ll gain insights you won’t find anywhere else.  

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Why Should You Attend

Year after year, 97% of our attendees say the Congress increased their knowledge and met their educational needs. Your registration includes access to insightful conversations with key opinion leaders, critical education, meaningful networking, timely discussions with the industry’s top solution providers, and so much more.

    200+
    Leading Cancer Organizations
    30+
    Expert Presenters
    20+
    Unmatched Educational Sessions
    This is the place to be for value-based care discussions.
    The Congress is not a nice to have but a need to have, a must have for any organization that wants to be a leader in cancer care.
    The meetings get better every year and continue to address a most timely care related activity in an intelligent and forward thinking manner.
    Meet the Steering Committee
    Robin T. Zon, MD, FACP, FASCO
    Past Chair, ASCO Pathways Task Force
    Physician Emeritus, Finance & Quality Chair
    Michiana Hematology-Oncology, PC
    Mishawaka, Indiana
    Alan Balch, PhD
    Chief Executive Officer
    Patient Advocate Foundation
    National Patient Advocate Foundation
    Hampton, Virginia
    Wui-Jin Koh, MD
    Senior Vice President, Chief Medical Officer
    National Comprehensive Cancer Network
    Ft. Washington, Pennsylvania
    Frederick M. Schnell, MD, FACP
    Chief Medical Officer
    National Cancer Treatment Alliance/Community Oncology Alliance
    Washington, DC
    Stephen B. Edge, MD, FACS, FASCO
    Vice President, Healthcare Outcomes & Policy, Professor of Surgery and Oncology, Department of Surgical Oncology, Breast Service, Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, Professor of Surgery, Jacobs School of Medicine, University at Buffalo
    Buffalo, New York
    Mahek A. Shah, MD, MBA, MS
    Physician Executive, Investor, and Advisor
    Harvard Business School
    Associate Faculty
    Harvard School of Public Health and Brigham Health, Ariadne Labs
    Boston, Massachusetts
    Network With Pathway Pioneers

    This is your chance to learn best practices and common pitfalls from those who have experienced the sourcing, design, implementation, and evaluation process through:

    • Case-Based Presentations
    • Roundtable Discussions
    • Networking Activities

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    Who Should Attend?
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    This program is designed for healthcare professionals interested in learning how to implement, maintain, and measure treatment pathways.

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    Cancer Center Directors
    Oncology Practice Managers
    Oncologists & Hematologists
    Pathway Development Executives
    Commercial & Government Payers
    Reimbursement Specialists
    Oncology Pharmacists
    Nurse Navigators
    Students, Residents & Fellows

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