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November 3, 2021 1:00 - 2:30 PM ET

Achieving Readiness for Radioligand Therapy in the US

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Join leading clinicians and experts for a discussion of new policy recommendations for improving radioligand therapy readiness in the US.

Radioligand therapy is a highly targeted cancer therapy that finds cancer cells and delivers radiation directly to these cells. It is currently approved for use in certain types of neuroendocrine tumors and lymphoma, and is under investigation for metastatic prostate cancers and other cancers.

With new applications of radioligand therapy on the horizon, we must consider how to reduce existing variation in access and also proactively plan for wider use in the future.

To support the integration of radioligand therapy into US health systems, The Health Policy Partnership, in collaboration with an Expert Advisory Panel and support from Avalere Health, has developed a policy action blueprint and accompanying situation analysis report. This virtual event will explore the evidence-based, consensus-driven policy recommendations to improve integration and system readiness for radioligand therapy, and provide a deeper look into the barriers to and opportunities for greater use of the approach.

Speakers will include:

  • Ronald Ennis | Vice Chair for Network Integration and Quality, Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey
  • Fran Castellow | President of Operations, Patient Advocate Foundation (PAF)
  • Anshu Jain | Board Member, Community Oncology Alliance (COA)
  • Josh Mailman | President, NorCal CarciNET Community
  • Richard Wahl | President, Society of Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging (SNMMI)


Michelle Bruno , Associate Principal, Center for Healthcare Transformation

Michelle Bruno advises clients on developments and trends in evidence-based medicine, healthcare quality improvement, and performance measurement related to different therapeutic areas and clinical practices.

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