Opportunities and Challenges for Health Systems as Cancer Becomes Leading Cost Driver in Healthcare

New report explores how leaders are helping to improve outcomes and affordability.

By: McKesson Editorial Team

Read time: 5 minutes

According to the American Association for Cancer Research, cancer care costs in the US are projected to exceed $245 billion by 20301. As shifting sites of care and innovative treatments change the way care is delivered, hospital-based programs also face challenges from nontraditional competitors.

Join AHA, Dave Ehlert, Area Vice President, McKesson Health Systems, and other healthcare leaders as they discuss the future of health system-based cancer care. AHA’s Executive Dialogues provide insights from C-suite and healthcare leaders on the industry’s most pressing issues.

Download the report to read the Executive Dialogue as they explore how leaders are streamlining operations and access to improve cancer care outcomes and affordability.

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