Jefferson Health has organized a lung cancer learning community that has developed a model program to encourage shared decision making about lung cancer screening, increase lung cancer screening, and reduce cancer deaths in diverse populations. Join us to learn about this program and to discuss a call to action that includes four proposals to operationalize the model.
Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation
Priscilla Ko is a director at the Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation whose mission is to promote health equity and improve health outcomes of populations disproportionately affected by serious diseases. Priscilla currently leads a national portfolio focused on cardiovascular and immunologic diseases and a global initiative in Brazil on addressing cancer…
Professor, Director, Division of Thoracic Surgery
Thomas Jefferson University
Nathaniel R. Evans III, MD, FACS, FCCP, attended Princeton University, receiving his BA in 1998 in molecular biology. He received his MD from Stanford University School of Medicine in 2002.
Dr. Evans began his surgical training at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, in 2002.…
Regional Vice President, East Region and Division Clinical Lead, Northeast Division for Humana Senior Products
Val W. Slayton, MD, MPP, MBA, FACP is Regional Vice President, East Region and Division Clinical Lead, Northeast Division for Humana Senior Products. In this role, he leads utilization management and health service delivery for the East region, and represents clinical management to external provider organizations.
Prior to joining Humana…
Scientific Director, Behavioral Oncology
University of Colorado
Dr. Jamie L. Studts is a Professor of Medical Oncology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and Scientific Director of Behavioral Oncology. Dr. Studts also serves as the Co-Leader for the Cancer Prevention and Control program and Co-Director of the Population Health Shared Resource at the University of Colorado…
Associate Director, Whole Person Care, Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation
Harvard Law School
Sarah Downer is a Clinical Instructor at the Center for Health Law and Policy Innovation of Harvard Law School and co-directs the Center’s Whole Person Care Initiative, which seeks to improve care for underserved individuals at every point of interaction with the health care system. She serves as a Special…