Bringing Greater Transparency to Cancer Care in California
Wednesday, October 30, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (PDT)
Last year, approximately 140,000 Californians were diagnosed with cancer — nearly 16 per hour. Yet limited information about the quality of cancer care hinders the ability of patients, providers, and payers to make informed decisions, as well as improvements in care.
CHCF announces a Sacramento briefing that will review the state of information about cancer care quality in California, and propose possible paths to improve the status quo.
The session will include:
If you cannot attend this briefing, it will be videotaped and available on the California HealthCare Foundation's website a few days after the event.
For details on this Sacramento briefing and past events, visit www.chcf.org/statehealthpolicy
Lunch will be provided to in-person attendees.
CHCF is a nonprofit grantmaking philanthropy based in Oakland, California. Founded in 1996, the staff of about 50 people issues around $40 million in grants each year from an endowment of $700 million. CHCF does not participate in lobbying or fundraising.
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