CECOG has created a platform with the aim to reduce health inequalities and to improve patient access to cancer care. The subject of discussion is the value of new treatments to create willingness to invest in improving cancer outcomes while managing the budget. The platform includes various stakeholders as scientific leaders, policy makers, payers, patients and industry.
Solution-Focused Cancer Care in Central & Southeastern Europe
SEPTEMBER 22-23, 2019
7:00 PM – 4:15 PM
Andrija Štampar School of Public Health, School of Medicine, University of Zagreb, Croatia
After having defined short-comings in cancer care in Central and Southeastern Europe during the CECOG GOIA 1.0 and 2.0 Meetings held in Vienna in November 2018 and in Bucharest in March 2019, it is now the aim of the current GOIA 3.0 Meeting to review cancer plans which have been developed in the geographic area, learn about their limitations and, finally, embark on the development of a Cancer Plan for countries of Central and Southeastern Europe which will be started to become developed at a subsequent meeting scheduled for October, 2019, in Warsaw, Poland.