With the growing prevalence of cancer and ongoing pressures on healthcare budgets, there is a challenge to find sustainable solutions and improve efficiency in cancer care.
Current approaches to cancer care may not be sufficient for tomorrow. We must find new ways to maximise resources, ensuring that the needs of the patient are always at the core of cancer care. This means eliminating elements that bring little or no benefit to patients while prioritising those interventions that bring them most value.
All.Can is an international, multi-stakeholder, not-for-profit organisation working to improve the efficiency of cancer care by focusing on what matters most to patients.
The All.Can efficiency hub is a means of doing this, by collecting as many examples as possible on how to improve efficiency in cancer care. The aim is to make best practice examples readily accessible – and to encourage others to replicate them. It showcases examples, big or small, that have a positive impact on the efficiency of cancer care.
The hub gathers examples from across the entire cancer pathway – from prevention and screening to treatment and follow-up, end-of-life care and survivorship – and for all cancer types. The All.Can efficiency hub is, to our knowledge, the first of its kind.