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What is the policy brief?
Building on the launch of the Radioligand Therapy Readiness Assessment Framework in June 2021, The Health Policy Partnership (HPP) is aiming to widen the conversation around readiness to all areas of cancer care in Europe.
To support these discussions, HPP has developed a policy brief titled Fostering system readiness in cancer care. We have provided evidence to the wider cancer community on the importance of readiness and how it can be defined, assessed and operationalised. By launching the policy brief at this event (which coincides with ESMO 2021) we hope to help stimulate high-level, multidisciplinary discussions on the topic of readiness and facilitate a more data-driven approach to policymaking in cancer care. Fostering system readiness in cancer care was created with input from an International Expert Advisory Group.
Why do we need to discuss readiness in cancer care?
As we look to post-pandemic recovery, we are presented with a unique opportunity to protect the sustainability and resilience of cancer care. The COVID-19 pandemic has accentuated the importance of health system readiness, its role in protecting patient care from unprecedented shocks, and ensuring the sustainability of long-term care. To safeguard system readiness, we need to not only integrate the right policies, infrastructure and processes appropriately, but also make sure that they align to keep pace with advances in all facets of cancer care.
Assessment frameworks can be useful tools to support a data-driven approach to planning for the future of cancer care. With the right assessment tools and evidence, it is possible to ensure that optimal care is offered to everyone with cancer, today and in the future.
The webinar will take place on 21 September at 14:00 CEST. The start time across various European time zones is presented below.
Event start time across different European time zones
- British Summer Time (BST) – 13:00
- Central European Summer Time (CEST) – 14:00
- Eastern European Summer Time (EEST) – 15:00
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