“Bending the acute care cost curve and improving perioperative and oncological outcomes”

Conference Objectives

  • Incorporate the knowledge of cancer epidemiology and biology to improve the perioperative and oncological outcomes for the cancer patient.
  • Implement a strategy to deliver patient centric value based perioperative care.
  • Utilize the appropriate research methodology in perioperative medicine to improve patient outcomes.
  • Discuss the nuts and bolts and the value of implementing Enhanced Recovery programs.
  • Discuss and implement strategies to build effective teams in health care and develop quality in perioperative practice.
  • Demonstrate various methods of managing patients with airway compromise, hemodynamic issues, and controlling pain with regional anesthesia.

Why is this meeting important to you?

  • Cancer remains a major public health problem in the U.S. and across the globe.
  • Cancer is currently the most common cause of death in the 4th to 6th decades of life, and accounts for nearly 1 out of every 4 overall deaths in the United States.
  • For all cancers combined, people 65 years or older have an incidence rate 10 times greater than the rate for younger people and the mortality rate for older cancer patients is 16 times greater than the rate for younger patients.

Special Features

  • Global Scientific Advisory Board
  • International Experts
  • Cutting Edge Research
  • Awards for best meeting posters
  • Special lunch time lectures
  • Welcome Reception