Mom always told you that you were unique and special, right? But, can being unique put you at risk for not getting the medical care that’s best for you? Join us on November 30 as we break down the "myth" of the average patient and explore how health policy decisions can impact patient care.
Through presentations by policy and health care experts, you will:
Understand how biology, genetics, demographics and/or individual preferences may lead to clinically important differences among patients.
Explore the extent to which these variations exist and should be considered in developing treatment decisions, practice guidelines, and/or coverage and reimbursement policies.
Understand the benefits and limitations of subgroup analyses to predict which treatments are best for individual patients.
Assess how failure to individualize care may contribute to poor clinical outcomes and health disparities.
Consider how to engage, educate and train your constituents in support of individualized patient care.
Registration is complimentary.