NCODA is looking forward to kicking off the 2024 International Spring Forum in Dallas this afternoon. The Forum, Driving Optimal Strategies for Patient Care in Medically Integrated Oncology, runs April 3-5 and will feature insights and presentations for enhancing coordination and patient outcomes for every member of the integrated care team. The agenda is designed to provide all participants with new opportunities and resources to advance their practices and patient care.

With continuing education (CE) opportunities, workshops and roundtables, poster presentations and networking events this will be a highly impactful meeting that brings together experts from all over the world. “I’m very proud of the agenda that we have for our members and partners as the Spring Forum is one of our greatest opportunities to come together and share in new learning and best practices that can improve patient care and enhance the medically integrated model within our member practices,” said Stacey McCullough, Chief Pharmacy Officer at NCODA, PharmD.

Featuring over 40 educational sessions, a few highlights include:
·      Passion for Patients Who Serve; Leave No Veteran Behind, keynote presented by: Marcus Luttrell, U.S. Navy Seal, Recipient of the Navy Cross and Purple Heart and Author

·      A Townhall on Navigating Challenges within the Oncology Landscape, led by moderator Austin Cox, PharmD, Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute

·      Bispecifics Panel: Advancements within Community and Academic Practice, with moderator: Elizabeth Romano, NP, Hematology Oncology of Indiana

Michael Reff, NCODA Executive Director and Founder, RPh, MBA shared, “I believe the level of information to be presented at the Spring Forum is truly valuable to our members both in terms of content and the quality of interaction with professionals from all over the world coming together to advance the practice of integrated oncology to offer the very best in patient care. With better coordination and collaboration, as seen in the medically integrated model, we can impact the patient journey through essential counsel, treatment monitoring and compliance. All of these enhance patient outcomes across the care continuum, which has never been more important.”

The complete agenda can be viewed online as well as the impressive list of topics covered in the poster presentations.

We look forward to seeing our amazing members and partners as we work together to advance medically integrated oncology and patient care.