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Rebecca Love: There is change coming in healthcare
Dec 30, 2023, 17:37

Rebecca Love: There is change coming in healthcare

Rebecca Love, Chief Clinical Officer at

“There is change coming in healthcare. A greater sense of collaboration and respect between physicians and nurses to take back healthcare to better serve patients – not profits. And that the future of healthcare innovation should be driven by the frontline clinicians who know the real problems that need to be solved.

I’m thrilled to be joining Toufic Kachaamy and with the City of Hope for Mastering Comprehensive GI Cancer Care: where I will be leading the APP and Nursing Workshop to help inspire Nurses and Nurse Practitioners on how to drive forward their ideas to improve cancer outcomes for patients.

We’d love you to join us in February in Arizona. More information here: Feb 23-24, 2024
Location: Scottsdale Arizona
More information and registration details, visit here.

Quoting

“We believe that collaboration is key to delivering the best possible care for cancer patients. That’s why I’m thrilled to announce a special session dedicated to nurses, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants at our upcoming Multidisciplinary Endoscopic Oncology Conference! Why are these healthcare professionals so crucial to patient-centric care for cancer patients? Let me share a few reasons:

1. Expertise: Nurses, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the healthcare team. Their skills in patient assessment, symptom management, and communication are invaluable.

2. Patient Advocacy: These dedicated professionals are often the closest point of contact for patients. They are the compassionate advocate who ensure patients’ concerns are heard, understood, and addressed.

3. Holistic Care: Cancer care is not just about the medical treatment. It’s about supporting patients through the emotional and psychological challenges they face. Nurses, nurse practitioners, and physician
assistants excel in providing holistic care.

4. Seamless Coordination: Collaboration between physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants ensures that care is coordinated seamlessly, reducing the risk of gaps or delays in treatment.
By dedicating a special session to these vital members of the healthcare team, we aim to foster an environment of learning and collaboration.

Together, we can explore innovative approaches to patient-centric care and share best practices that will ultimately improve outcomes for our cancer patients.

I invite all healthcare professionals, whether you’re a physician, nurse, nurse practitioner, physician assistant, or part of our allied health community, to join us at the Multidisciplinary Endoscopic Oncology Conference. Let’s work together to make a difference in the lives of cancer patients.

Save the date Feb 23-24, 2024
Location: Scottsdale Arizona
For more information and registration details, visit here.

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Source: Rebecca Love/LinkedIn and Toufic Kachaamy/LinkedIn