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Conference Evaluation and Certificate of Attendance Request Process

A Certificate of Attendance will be available at the conclusion of the conference. To complete the post-conference materials please go to:
http://www.optumhealtheducation.com/nebraska-evaluation

About this Conference

Excellence and innovation through teamwork, education and research are key to positive patient outcomes. Join us as clinical experts highlight novel techniques and unique, innovative services in support of compassionate, quality health care by setting the course for advances in the areas of oncology and solid organ and blood/marrow transplantation.

Targeted Audience

This conference is designed for health care professionals who care for and/or manage patients' health care, and who have an interest in oncology and/or solid organ and blood/marrow transplant medicine.

Who Should Attend

  • Physicians
  • Case Managers
  • Nurses
  • Managed Care Professionals
  • Oncology Nurses
  • Transplant Nurses
  • Transplant Coordinators
  • Medical Directors
  • Medical Management Staff
  • Utilization Review Staff
  • Reinsurance Managers
  • Social Workers
  • Other Health Care Professionals committed to managing and improving patient care

Conference Educational Objectives

Upon successful completion of this conference, participants should be able to:

  • Explain how the different biological characteristics found in specific tumors, or tumors unique to specific patient populations, can influence treatment guidelines and individualized patient treatment decisions;
  • Discuss the benefits of an evaluation completed by a team of physicians who specialize in prostate cancer, who then recommend specific treatment options for each patient presenting with prostate cancer;
  • Describe innovative surgical treatments for specific malignancies and the positive impact identified in patient outcomes;
  • Identify nontransplant, pretransplant and transplant innovations being utilized in the care of patients with organ failure;
  • Summarize the intense process of multidisciplinary patient management required during solid organ pretransplant care, and the lifelong care and follow-up required after transplant; and
  • List the social, political, economical, ethical, and legal issues impacting transplant programs, and explain how these factors impact the ongoing care of transplant patients.
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Group description: 
4th Spotlight on The Nebraska Medical Center