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Comprehensive Cancer Programs & Services

Date: 9th March 2011 - 11th March 2011 Location: Phoenix - Arizona - USA

With the number of cancer survivors anticipated to double in the next ten years, how will your organization position itself to meet the demand?

In the face of a growing population and an increasingly competitive landscape for cancer care, it is now more important than ever for facilities to distinguish themselves through providing the latest in cancer services. Patients are demanding interactive, patient friendly facilities and convenient, personalized care. In a challenging economy and declining reimbursements, cancer administrators must enhance and streamline their programs, services and facilities in order to survive.

ACI’s 13th National Conference on Adding, Updating and Expanding Comprehensive Cancer Programs and Services For Hospitals and Health Systems will bring together leading hospital executives, physicians, nurse administrators and individuals involved in the care of cancer patients. Our three-day symposium will focus on developing and effectively managing a more competitive and comprehensive cancer program and adding or expanding oncology services to better detect, diagnose and treat cancer. Obtain expert knowledge through case studies, research findings and successful organizational models from leading national cancer programs. Register today for this unique networking and informational opportunity to develop tools and maximize the potential of your cancer center.

Join us March 9-11, 2011 for Adding, Updating and Expanding Comprehensive Cancer Programs and Services For Hospitals and Health Systems, and hear from growing and nationally recognized organizations with progressive cancer programs that are positioned to meet evolving physician and patient demands.

Featuring a Tour of the Cancer Treatment Centers of America at Western Regional Medical Center!

Founded in 1988, CTCA provides a comprehensive, patient-centered treatment model that fully integrates traditional, state-of-the-art medical treatments with scientifically supported complementary therapies such as nutrition, naturopathic medicine, psychological counseling, physical therapy, spiritual support and chiropractic care to meet the special, whole-person needs of advanced stage cancer patients. With a network of cancer treatment hospitals and community oncology programs in Arizona, Illinois, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and Washington, CTCA encourages patients and their families to participate in treatment decisions with its Patient Empowerment Medicine SM model.


9th March 2011
11th March 2011


Chris Taylor – Content
0044 (0)20 3141 0602


Phoenix, AZ United States

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  • Implementing the most effective and successful business strategies to drive the growth and profitability of your cancer department.
  • Improving the delivery of cancer patient care, through the streamlining and integration of medical programs, staff, and resources for more efficient and cost effective clinical operations.
  • Identifying and implementing new practice models to enhance your cancer center’s work processes, patient flow and overall revenue.
  • Creating a distinctive cancer program to increase patient volume and competitive advantage.
  • Strategies to ensure the long term success of your cancer service line through developing new revenue streams.
  • Providing a complete spectrum of cancer services including genetic counseling, nutrition, support groups, holistic treatments and more to increase patient volume.
  • Utilizing emerging cancer technologies and their potential impact on clinical outcomes, financial performance, facility design, and market strategies.
  • Oncology business management issues in the changing reimbursement environment.
  • Integrated treatment models for cancer treatment.
  • Implementing state-of-the art, outpatient cancer center services to provide high quality, convenient and cost-efficient care.
  • Incorporate electronic records of patient health information to automate and streamline workflow.

The conference is ideally suited for physicians, nurses, administrators and other health professionals involved in the care of cancer patients – Representing Community Hospitals, Health Systems, Academic Medical Centers, Hospital Networks, Medical Laboratories and Comprehensive Cancer Centers.

Key Titles:

  • Administrative Director Cancer Center / Department
  • Hospital President, CEO or COO
  • CNO/VP Patient Care Services
  • Chief Medical Officer
  • Director of Comprehensive Cancer Center
  • Director, Oncology Business Centers
  • Oncology Service Line Director
  • Director of Oncology Services


Heerly International

Knowledge.  Innovation.  Experience. At Heery International, a full-service architecture, interior design, engineering, construction management and program management firm, we bring an extraordinary depth of talent, creativity and technical skills to facility and infrastructure projects. Founded in 1952, Heery has expanded in new and dramatic ways over the past several years through acquisitions, new services, new markets and new offices, redefining what it means to be responsive, resourceful and diverse. Heery’s innovative professionals operate from offices nationwide. Our commitment is to provide the very best design and construction expertise throughout the planning, design, construction and commissioning process.

Website: www.heery.com


Medical News Today

Medical News Today is the largest independent medical and health news site on the web – with over 10,000,000 monthly unique users it is ranked number one for medical news on all major search engines. Medical News Today is used by pharmaceutical, biotech and health organizations, advertising agencies, PR companies and vertical ad networks to deliver targeted disease/condition and general health campaigns.

Website: www.medicalnewstoday.com




Cancer Network

Addressing today’s healthcare information needs, UBM Medica US, delivers strategic, integrated communications solutions and comprehensive reach — online, in print, and via custom programs. Improving the effectiveness of healthcare through information and education, UBM Medica US provides unbiased clinical, practical, and business information for physicians, providers, payers, and patients around the world. Websites include CancerNetwork.com, ConsultantLive.com, DiagnosticImaging.com, RheumatologyNetwork.com, OBGYN.net, PhysiciansPractice.com, PsychiatricTimes.com and SearchMedica.com.

Website: www.cancernetwork.com


American Holistic Nurses Association

Holistic nursing is defined as all nursing practice that has healing the whole person as its goal (AHNA, 1998). As the definitive voice for holistic nursing, the American Holistic Nurses Association (AHNA)  promotes the education of nurses, other health care professionals, and the public in all aspects of holistic caring and healing.  AHNA is a non-profit membership association serving more than 4,500 members and 143 local chapters across the U.S. and abroad. In December of 2006, due to the efforts of AHNA, holistic nursing was recognized as an “official nursing specialty” by the American Nurses Association, with its own defined scope and standards of practice.

Website: www.ahna.org



PM360 is the premier, must-read magazine for marketing decision makers in the pharmaceutical, biotech, and medical device industries. Published monthly, PM360 is the only journal that focuses on delivering the full spectrum of practical information necessary for product managers and pharma marketing professionals to succeed in the complex and highly regulated healthcare environment. The journal’s targeted and insightful editorial focuses on issues that directly impact critical decision making, including: planning and implementation of cutting edge strategies, trends, the latest technological advances, branding/marketing, advertising/promotion, patient/professional education, sales, market research, PR, and leadership.

Website: www.pm360online.com



Elsevier is a world-leading publisher of scientific, technical, and medical information products and services. Working in partnership with the global science and health communities, Elsevier’s 7000 employees in over 70 offices worldwide publish more than 2000 journals and 1900 new books per year, in addition to offering a suite of innovative electronic products, such as ScienceDirect, MD Consult, Scopus, bibliographic databases, and online reference works.

OncologySTAT’s mission is to promote state-of-the-art cancer care by providing oncology professionals with instant online access to the highest-quality news, expert opinion, and clinical information.

Website: www.oncologystat.com

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