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Vicki Kennedy supports the position that professional associations are essential to quality practices. The Association for Value-Based Cancer Care (AVBCC) has been critical in advancing the discussion and solutions surrounding value-based care.
Gary Owens emphasizes the importance of AVBCC as the only organization that brings together all the different stakeholders in oncology care—payers, care providers, drug developers, investment community, government agency reps, and employers. Each group brings its unique perspectives to the forum, ultimately allowing collaboration to present, understand, and solve problems.
Membership in organizations such as ASCO, AVBCC, COA, and ACCC allows clinicians to have a voice in policy and legislation that directly affects our patients, says Dr. Bosserman. Government has a critical role in funding all aspects of cancer care and research, and we as clinicians cannot sway or change opinions on our own.
In this video Burt Zweigenhaft discuss the value of AVBCC and how it pertains across the entire eco system of cancer
Program Chair, Burt Zweigenhaft, describes the main mission of the Association for Value-Based Cancer Care.
Co-Chair Michael Kolodziej presents one of the many benefits of why you should be at the Fourth Annual AVBCC Conference
Program Chair, Burt Zweigenhaft, presents one of the many objectives of the Fourth Annual AVBCC Conference.
Matthew Palmgren presents one of the many benefits of why you should be at the Fourth Annual AVBCC Conference
Jayson Slotnik discusses the benefits of the Annual AVBCC Conference
Co-Chair Linda Bosserman presents one of the many benefits of why you should be at the Fourth Annual AVBCC Conference
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