Robert E. Baird, Jr. R.N., M.S.A
President, National Cancer Treatment Alliance
Robert E. Baird, Jr., R.N., M.S.A., has extensive experience in health care management, developing strategic plans and directing financial, operational, and clinical initiatives. He is currently working for the National Cancer Treatment Alliance (NCTA) positioning community oncology practices for success in the changing health care environment. Prior to joining NCTA, Robert was the CEO of Dayton Physicians Network, where he merged 3 independent physician practices (Medical Oncology/Radiation Oncology/Urology) to create a large multi-specialty practice. He grew the network from 18 to over 40 providers, generating $170 million in annual revenues. Robert received his Master of Science in Hospital and Health Service Administration from Central Michigan University, a Bachelor of Science in Education from Bowling Green State University, and a Nursing Degree from Excelsior College.

SESSION
Tuesday, October 27, 2020 (3:40 – 4:30 PM)
Topic: Assessing Provider Quality & Value in Cancer Care: What Should Employers & Self-Funded Companies Be Looking For?
Role: Moderator
Robert E. Baird, Jr. R.N., M.S.A
President, National Cancer Treatment Alliance
Robert E. Baird, Jr., R.N., M.S.A., has extensive experience in health care management, developing strategic plans and directing financial, operational, and clinical initiatives. He is currently working for the National Cancer Treatment Alliance (NCTA) positioning community oncology practices for success in the changing health care environment. Prior to joining NCTA, Robert was the CEO of Dayton Physicians Network, where he merged 3 independent physician practices (Medical Oncology/Radiation Oncology/Urology) to create a large multi-specialty practice. He grew the network from 18 to over 40 providers, generating $170 million in annual revenues. Robert received his Master of Science in Hospital and Health Service Administration from Central Michigan University, a Bachelor of Science in Education from Bowling Green State University, and a Nursing Degree from Excelsior College.

SESSION
Tuesday, October 27, 2020 (3:40 – 4:30 PM)
Topic: Assessing Provider Quality & Value in Cancer Care: What Should Employers & Self-Funded Companies Be Looking For?
Role: Moderator
Robert E. Baird, Jr. R.N., M.S.A
President, National Cancer Treatment Alliance
Robert E. Baird, Jr., R.N., M.S.A., has extensive experience in health care management, developing strategic plans and directing financial, operational, and clinical initiatives. He is currently working for the National Cancer Treatment Alliance (NCTA) positioning community oncology practices for success in the changing health care environment. Prior to joining NCTA, Robert was the CEO of Dayton Physicians Network, where he merged 3 independent physician practices (Medical Oncology/Radiation Oncology/Urology) to create a large multi-specialty practice. He grew the network from 18 to over 40 providers, generating $170 million in annual revenues. Robert received his Master of Science in Hospital and Health Service Administration from Central Michigan University, a Bachelor of Science in Education from Bowling Green State University, and a Nursing Degree from Excelsior College.

SESSION
Tuesday, October 27, 2020 (3:40 – 4:30 PM)
Topic: Assessing Provider Quality & Value in Cancer Care: What Should Employers & Self-Funded Companies Be Looking For?
Role: Moderator
Robert E. Baird, Jr. R.N., M.S.A
President, National Cancer Treatment Alliance
Robert E. Baird, Jr., R.N., M.S.A., has extensive experience in health care management, developing strategic plans and directing financial, operational, and clinical initiatives. He is currently working for the National Cancer Treatment Alliance (NCTA) positioning community oncology practices for success in the changing health care environment. Prior to joining NCTA, Robert was the CEO of Dayton Physicians Network, where he merged 3 independent physician practices (Medical Oncology/Radiation Oncology/Urology) to create a large multi-specialty practice. He grew the network from 18 to over 40 providers, generating $170 million in annual revenues. Robert received his Master of Science in Hospital and Health Service Administration from Central Michigan University, a Bachelor of Science in Education from Bowling Green State University, and a Nursing Degree from Excelsior College.

SESSION
Tuesday, October 27, 2020 (3:40 – 4:30 PM)
Topic: Assessing Provider Quality & Value in Cancer Care: What Should Employers & Self-Funded Companies Be Looking For?
Role: Moderator
Robert E. Baird, Jr. R.N., M.S.A
President, National Cancer Treatment Alliance
Robert E. Baird, Jr., R.N., M.S.A., has extensive experience in health care management, developing strategic plans and directing financial, operational, and clinical initiatives. He is currently working for the National Cancer Treatment Alliance (NCTA) positioning community oncology practices for success in the changing health care environment. Prior to joining NCTA, Robert was the CEO of Dayton Physicians Network, where he merged 3 independent physician practices (Medical Oncology/Radiation Oncology/Urology) to create a large multi-specialty practice. He grew the network from 18 to over 40 providers, generating $170 million in annual revenues. Robert received his Master of Science in Hospital and Health Service Administration from Central Michigan University, a Bachelor of Science in Education from Bowling Green State University, and a Nursing Degree from Excelsior College.

SESSION
Tuesday, October 27, 2020 (3:40 – 4:30 PM)
Topic: Assessing Provider Quality & Value in Cancer Care: What Should Employers & Self-Funded Companies Be Looking For?
Role: Moderator
Robert E. Baird, Jr. R.N., M.S.A
President, National Cancer Treatment Alliance
Robert E. Baird, Jr., R.N., M.S.A., has extensive experience in health care management, developing strategic plans and directing financial, operational, and clinical initiatives. He is currently working for the National Cancer Treatment Alliance (NCTA) positioning community oncology practices for success in the changing health care environment. Prior to joining NCTA, Robert was the CEO of Dayton Physicians Network, where he merged 3 independent physician practices (Medical Oncology/Radiation Oncology/Urology) to create a large multi-specialty practice. He grew the network from 18 to over 40 providers, generating $170 million in annual revenues. Robert received his Master of Science in Hospital and Health Service Administration from Central Michigan University, a Bachelor of Science in Education from Bowling Green State University, and a Nursing Degree from Excelsior College.

SESSION
Tuesday, October 27, 2020 (3:40 – 4:30 PM)
Topic: Assessing Provider Quality & Value in Cancer Care: What Should Employers & Self-Funded Companies Be Looking For?
Role: Moderator
Robert E. Baird, Jr. R.N., M.S.A
President, National Cancer Treatment Alliance
Robert E. Baird, Jr., R.N., M.S.A., has extensive experience in health care management, developing strategic plans and directing financial, operational, and clinical initiatives. He is currently working for the National Cancer Treatment Alliance (NCTA) positioning community oncology practices for success in the changing health care environment. Prior to joining NCTA, Robert was the CEO of Dayton Physicians Network, where he merged 3 independent physician practices (Medical Oncology/Radiation Oncology/Urology) to create a large multi-specialty practice. He grew the network from 18 to over 40 providers, generating $170 million in annual revenues. Robert received his Master of Science in Hospital and Health Service Administration from Central Michigan University, a Bachelor of Science in Education from Bowling Green State University, and a Nursing Degree from Excelsior College.

SESSION
Tuesday, October 27, 2020 (3:40 – 4:30 PM)
Topic: Assessing Provider Quality & Value in Cancer Care: What Should Employers & Self-Funded Companies Be Looking For?
Role: Moderator
Robert E. Baird, Jr. R.N., M.S.A
President, National Cancer Treatment Alliance
Robert E. Baird, Jr., R.N., M.S.A., has extensive experience in health care management, developing strategic plans and directing financial, operational, and clinical initiatives. He is currently working for the National Cancer Treatment Alliance (NCTA) positioning community oncology practices for success in the changing health care environment. Prior to joining NCTA, Robert was the CEO of Dayton Physicians Network, where he merged 3 independent physician practices (Medical Oncology/Radiation Oncology/Urology) to create a large multi-specialty practice. He grew the network from 18 to over 40 providers, generating $170 million in annual revenues. Robert received his Master of Science in Hospital and Health Service Administration from Central Michigan University, a Bachelor of Science in Education from Bowling Green State University, and a Nursing Degree from Excelsior College.

SESSION
Tuesday, October 27, 2020 (3:40 – 4:30 PM)
Topic: Assessing Provider Quality & Value in Cancer Care: What Should Employers & Self-Funded Companies Be Looking For?
Role: Moderator