All.Can is an international multi-stakeholder initiative set up to optimise the efficiency of cancer care by focusing on improving outcomes for cancer patients. It was established to create political and public engagement around efficiency improvements in cancer care, and ECPC is one of the founding members of the initiative. The International Brain Tumour Alliance, a Member of ECPC, is also a member of All.Can.
All.Can was launched at the European Parliament in 2016 and over two years it has grown to become an expanding movement with a diverse membership.
The All.Can initiative currently has 20 members representing patient organisations, policymakers, healthcare professionals, research and industry. This initiative envisions a world where people with cancer are always at the heart of sustainable care. All.Can includes an extensive research programme, and implements policy engagement activities, in order to facilitate the initiative’s mission and vision.
ECPC has been actively involved in All.Can activities throughout the year 2017, including the development and launch of the policy report “Towards sustainable cancer care: Reducing inefficiencies, improving outcomes.” The goal of the report is to improve efficiency in cancer care, as a mean to secure better outcomes for people with cancer and to make better use of all available resources as a result. ECPC contributed to the development of the “Patient Survey UK pilot”, which will be conducted over 2018 to shed light on patients’ experience in their cancer treatments.
Animation: About All.Can
Our animation details the problem of inefficiency in cancer care, possible solutions and the key areas we are focusing on.