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6th Lung Cancer Screening & Continuum of Care

Date: 6th December 2017 - 7th December 2017 Location: Miami - Florida - USA

ACI’s 6th Annual Lung Cancer Screening & Continuum of Care Conference

Lung cancer is the second most commonly diagnosed cancer in both men and women, and the most prevalent cause of cancer death in the United States. A comprehensive array of diagnoses and treatment options, including minimally invasive, robotic-assisted surgery and access to clinical trials, are important considerations for patients in general.

Advances in diagnostic imaging and biomedical research continue to evolve rapidly and it will continue to affect screening and therapeutic procedures and programs. Cost-benefit analysis and public policy implications for coverage and reimbursement will also play a significant role in these.

Details

Start:
6th December 2017
End:
7th December 2017
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Contact

Name:
Sofia Zutautas – Content
Phone:
312 780 0700
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Name:
Gia Bosch – Sponsorship
Phone:
414 221 1700
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Name:
Angela Hamilton – Marketing
Phone:
414 221 1700
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Venue

Solé on the Ocean
17315 Collins Ave
Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160 United States
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  • Through a series of presentations, sessions, and panel discussions, this event will cover some of the major current concerns of the industry.
  • Initiating a comprehensive Lung Cancer Screening program from zero to excellence level
  • Applying best practices for screening quality control, dosages, and diagnostics
  • Identifying high risk patients
  • Creating guidelines for preventive screening, care, and maintenance
  • Implementing strategies to ensure patient follow-up
  • Addressing the challenges to implementing screening programs
  • Integrating Lung Cancer Screening and smoking cessation plans
  • Deploying Lung Cancer Screening responsibly and equitably
  • Exploring the latest advances in CT imaging and biomedical research
  • Analyzing and reporting mechanisms for development of care
  • Understanding the importance of multi- and inter- disciplinary nature of lung cancer
  • Balancing regulatory and cost analysis for viability and success

Juan Carlos Batlle
MD, MBA, Chief of Thoracic Imaging, Associate Professor, FIU – School of Medicine
Baptist Health South Florida

Jacob Sands
MD, Medical Oncology
Dana Farber Cancer Institute

Andrew Salner
MD, FACR, Medical Director
Hartford Healthcare Cancer Institute and Hartford Hospital

Andrea Borondy Kitts
MS, MPH, Patient Outreach and Research Specialist
Lahey Hospital and Medical Center

Kathryn Taylor
PhD, Professor, Department of Oncology, Cancer Prevention and Control Program
Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center
Georgetown University Medical Center

Gabriela Dieguez
Principal and Consulting Actuary
Milliman

Matthew Schabath
PhD, Associate Member, Department of Cancer Epidemiology
Moffitt Cancer Center

April Plank
DNP, Co-Director
The Center for Lung Cancer Screening and Prevention at Stony Brook University Cancer Center

Ana Ruiz
Manager, Cancer Program
Mount Sinai Medical Center

Estelamari Rodriguez
MD, Medical Director Thoracic Oncology, Chair, Women’s Centered Care Network
Mount Sinai Medical Center

Brett Schussel
MSN, FNP-BC, Nurse Practitioner Director of Lung Cancer Screening Program
UCLA Medical Center

Robert C. Gilkeson
MD, Vice Chairman of Research, Department of Radiology
University Hospitals – UH Case Medical Center

Katherine Y. Tossas-Milligan
PhD, MS, Director, Office of Global Assets and Innovative Approaches (GAIA) to Cancer Equity
University of Illinois Cancer Center

Robert A. Winn
MD, Director of the UI Health Cancer Center and Associate Vice Chancellor of Community Based Practice
University of Illinois Hospital and Health Sciences System

Brendon Stiles
MD, Associate Professor, Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery
Weill Cornell Medical College
New York Presbyterian Hospital

This two-day conference will offer excellent opportunities for you to network with your peers: CEOs, CIOs, CSOs, Vice-Presidents, Directors, and Senior Managers responsible for

  • Thoracic Cancer/Oncology Centers
  • Cancer/Oncology Centers
  • Hospitals
  • Health Care Systems
  • Physician Clinics
  • Community Health Centers
  • Hospital Management Groups
  • CT scanning companies

Key titles include:

  • Medical Doctors
  • Family Practice Physicians
  • Internal Medicine Physicians
  • Medical Oncologists
  • Thoracic, Surgical Oncologists
  • Radiation Oncologists
  • Radiology professionals
  • Physical Therapists
  • Respiratory Therapists
  • Principle Investigators
  • Physician Assistants
  • Nurse Navigators
  • Oncology Nurse Navigators

DustyJoyFoundation

Dusty Joy Foundation

We are all about lung cancer. We’re about compassion and education. We’re about encouragement and hope. We’re about community. We’re about making the world better for people facing this disease. We’re reaching out and we hope you will take our hand to receive strength from us…or give us strength. Lung cancer is a difficult topic. Most think they know about it. Few do…until they are personally touched by it. Find out more about us, about lung cancer and what you can do to fight it here.

Website: www.dustyjoy.org


Free ME from Lung Cancer

Free ME from Lung Cancer is the only nonprofit based in Maine dedicated solely to raising money for lung cancer research, providing low dose CT scans to high risk under insured or uninsured patients and prevention. It is our goal to reduce the suffering caused by this disease in our lifetime.

Website: www.freemefromlungcancer.org


Free to Breathe

OUR MISSION is to ensure surviving lung cancer is the expectation, not the exception. OUR VISION: Double lung cancer survival by 2022. To turn this vision into reality, we focus on funding research with the greatest potential to save lives, increasing the number of lung cancer patients participating in clinical trials, and building and empowering the lung cancer community Join us on our journey to double lung cancer survival by 2022!

Website: www.freetobreathe.org

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Tickets

6th Lung Cancer Screening - Delegate Pass$2,395.00All presentations plus pre-conference workshops, networking receptions, food and drink, any potential supplementary event such as a tour, and the documentation pack.
6th Lung Cancer Screening - Delegate Pass - Discount$2,095.00
6th Lung Cancer Screening - Documentation Pack$615.00All conference proceedings including PowerPoint presentations, program agenda, detailed attendee list, sponsor/exhibitor literature and collateral materials, any other premiums or information distributed at conference.
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