Launch cancer care transformation

Three goals to improve quality and decrease costs


Due to the aging population and rising cost of treatment, it is projected that cancer care will cost the United States nearly $200 billion by 2020. At the same time, health care organizations are experiencing increased margin pressure, an accelerated shift to risk, expansion through mergers and acquisitions, and growing health care consumerism.

To position your cancer program for success, you must refocus on the long-standing goal of delivering high-quality care while reducing unnecessary costs. This infographic is your guide to three key opportunities and sample case studies.

Download the Infographic

To better understand your cancer program’s current performance, prioritize opportunities for improvement, and find related resources, download our Cancer Care Transformation Self-Assessments.

Log in to access this.

Full access to this content is reserved for Oncology Roundtable members.
Log in or learn how membership works.

Next, Check Out

Build the High-Value Cancer Care Team

Learn More