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A blueprint for cancer prevention: The interplay of HPV vaccination, technology, and patient engagement

Patient Engagement Population Health Management Healthcare Analytics Vitals

HPV remains a pressing public health concern, with many associated cancers and low vaccination rates. Patient outreach campaigns and proper provider engagement can improve these vaccination rates in the fight for HPV prevention and a reduction in prevalence of associated cancers. This panel will bring together multi-disciplinary experts from pediatrics, primary care, and specialty care sectors to dissect the challenges and solutions for HPV prevention.

HPV is responsible for about: 90% of cervical and anal cancers; 70% of vaginal and vulvar cancers; 60% to 70% of oropharynx cancers

We’ll discuss:

  1. The scope and urgency of HPV vaccination in the U.S. for cancer prevention
  2. Barriers of vaccination and the role of patient and provider engagement in the solutions
  3. How technology and data play a significant role in improving vaccination rates

Why attend?

This session aims to present actionable strategies, specifically highlighting patient engagement programs and technology partnerships, that healthcare executives can deploy for impactful HPV vaccination outreach. Operational, clinical, and strategic leaders at large healthcare organizations and those focused on population health initiatives will not want to miss this expert panel.

Featured speakers

Headshot of Dr. Kate Behan, MD, FACP
Kate Behan, MD, FACP
Chief Medical Officer, Arcadia
Headshot of Thomas J. Schuch, MD, MPH
Thomas J. Schuch, MD, MPH
Chief Information Officer, South Boston Community Health Center
Headshot of Daniel Faden, MD, FACS
Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, Harvard Medical School Division of Head and Neck Surgical Oncology, Mass Eye and Ear/Mass General Hospital Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
Headshot of Jay W. Lee
Jay W. Lee, MD, MPH, FAAFP
Medical Director, Integrated Health Partners of Southern California