What we’ve achieved
HPP acted as secretariat for All.Can from the initiative’s inception in late 2016 until its incorporation as a not-for-profit association in May 2020.
As secretariat, HPP provided operational support to All.Can’s international steering committee and members. Members come from all sectors relevant to cancer care, including patient organisations, policymakers, healthcare professionals, research and industry representatives. HPP also supported the national All.Can initiatives across Europe, Australia, Canada and South America.
HPP led the research and drafting of the inaugural All.Can policy report in January 2017, and its adaptation into a peer-reviewed paper published in the Journal of Cancer Policy. We also led several further All.Can publications and events, including posters at the European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO) Congress, sessions at the European Health Forum Gastein in 2017 and 2018, and articles in The Parliament Magazine, Open Access Government, Brain Tumour magazine and EuroHealth.
In 2018, HPP worked closely with Quality Health to conduct the All.Can patient survey across 10 countries to gain patient insights on where inefficiency occurs across the cancer care pathway. The findings were published in July 2019, with coverage in numerous news and healthcare publications including an opinion piece in BMJ.
When All.Can International was formally incorporated as a not-for-profit association in Belgium, HPP handed over the secretariat function to Interel Association Management. HPP continues to partner with All.Can International on a range of research projects. Chief among these is the All.Can efficiency hub, which brings together examples of best practice in improving efficiency in cancer care from across the world. HPP is also currently leading on the development of a new All.Can policy paper, looking at the role of data in improving efficiency in cancer care.