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3rd Lung Cancer Screening & Continuum Of Care

Date: 17th September 2014 - 19th September 2014 Location: Washington DC - USA

Routine CT lung cancer screening of high-risk individuals would save thousands of lives per year for less than a dollar a month per patient if it were implemented throughout the U.S. and would be even cheaper than breast screening.

Small dosage CT screening for lung cancer carried out safely, proficiently and rightfully has become a popular procedure for those diagnosed with Lung Cancer. Drawing knowledge from other screening histories, and from the recent support of the effectiveness of CT screening in a high risk population, it is clear that achieving this goal will require a well-informed public and the commitment of medical professionals to institute best practices. Advances in imaging and biomedical research will continue to evolve rapidly. The breach of CT screening into the healthcare system presents a unique opportunity to develop a coexisting mechanism for collecting data and specimens to accelerate that research and for introducing refinements into the screening process as imaging and biomedical advances occur and is validated.

Given the increasing number of hospitals who study lung cancer, this conference has been developed to provide a forum to all physicians and educators. This multidisciplinary meeting will promote interaction between Medical Oncologists, Radiation Oncologists and Principle Investigators to achieve the best possible outcome for thoracic cancer patients.


17th September 2014
19th September 2014


Chris Taylor – Content
0044 (0)20 3141 0602


Churchill Hotel
1914 Connecticut Avenue NW
Washington, DC, DC 20009 United States

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202 797 2000
  • Identifying Patients at high risk for the development of lung cancer.
  • Understanding some of the challenges for implementation of a Low Dose CT screening program, and receive tools to address such challenges.
  • Review the guidelines regarding patient selection for Low Dose CT screening.
  • Lung Cancer Screening and Smoking Cessation.
  • Developing clinical protocols for promoting smoking cessation in Lung Cancer Screening settings.
  • Essential elements needed to initiate and maintain a screening program.
  • Implementing strategies to appropriately screen and ensure patient follow up.
  • Developing a comprehensive Lung Cancer Screening program as a center of excellence.
  • How to deploy lung cancer screening responsibly and equitably.
  • How to approach on building a Lung Cancer Screening program from the ground up; benefits behind service line development.
  • Exploring the latest advances in CT imaging and biomedical research.
  • Best practices for controlling screening quality, radiation dose, and diagnostic procedures.
  • Administrative aspects of operating a Lung Cancer Screening program, and multi-disciplinary view points from the non-physician perspective.
  • Analysis and reporting mechanisms for results in existing Lung Cancer Screening Programs and Centers.
  • Discussing how much would a screening program would cost, if implemented on a national scale.

Senior-level executives representing Hospitals, Health Systems, Physician Clinics & Hospital Management Groups:

  • Medical Oncologists
  • Radiation Oncologists
  • Principle Investigators
  • Pulmonologists
  • Internal Medicine Physicians
  • Family Practice Physicians
  • Physical Therapists
  • Respiratory Therapists
  • Physician Assistants
  • CT Scanning Companies
  • Nurse Navigators
  • Oncology Nurse Navigators


Siemens Healthcare

The Siemens Healthcare Sector is one of the world’s largest suppliers to the healthcare industry and a trendsetter in medical imaging, laboratory diagnostics, medical information technology and hearing aids. Siemens offers its customers products and solutions for the entire range of patient care from a single source – from prevention and early detection to diagnosis, and on to treatment and aftercare. By optimizing clinical workflows for the most common diseases, Siemens also makes healthcare faster, better and more cost-effective. Siemens Healthcare employs some 51,000 employees worldwide and operates around the world. In fiscal year 2011 (to September 30), the Sector posted revenue of 12.5 billion euros and profit of around 1.3 billion euros.

Website: www.siemens.com


Cordata Healthcare Innovations

Cordata Healthcare Innovations helps specialty service lines, like oncology and spine, optimize accreditation and outcomes by navigating patients across the continuum of care; optimizing the collection and use of comprehensive information; and generating insights through improved analytical and reporting capabilities. Cordata currently serves more than 100 healthcare organizations, including hospitals, cancer centers, spine centers and physician practices across the United States.

Website: www.cordatahealth.com


Imaging Technology News

As “The Trusted Resource for Emerging Technology and Clinical Applications in Medical Imaging and Radiation Oncology,” Imaging Technology News (ITN) showcases the latest, most innovative diagnostic & therapeutic technologies and service solutions.  ITN is edited for professionals in radiology/medical imaging, therapeutic radiology, business administration and IT in hospitals, freestanding imaging and radiation oncology centers and purchasing organizations. Features include Comparison Charts, Technology Overviews, Advances In, Business & Economics, Case Studies and more.

Website: www.itnonline.com

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