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Atem Tambreagor, RTT
Eric Frank, PhD
Tim Carrol, MS
Min Nguyen, MS
He is a researcher specializing in development of novel techniques in cancer treatment. Dr. Sharda integrates the best of all fields in the cancer battle. He is a leader in implementing new technology to maximize cancer cure with minimum side effects. Dr. Sharda has written, lectured, and published in areas of advanced Radiation Oncology, cost benefit analysis, novel treatment techniques and quality outcomes in the field of cancer.
Since 2001, Dr. Sharda has been the Medical Director at Cancer Care Center, Las Vegas. In addition to treating patients with the utmost respect, care and comprehensiveness, Dr. Sharda has accomplished some notable achievements during this time:
Dr. Sharda also is the CEO for the Nevada Primary Care Network ACO, LLC — a CMS-designated Accountable Care Organization. In it’s first year, this ACO was ranked as the 4th highest achieving ACO in the entire United States ($22 million in total savings) with excellent health measures, demonstrating that savings were achieved by improving health, not denying healthcare.
Dr. Sharda previously served on various Committees with Triwest HealthCare Alliance.
A brief list of his national presentations:
• Navneet N. Sharda, Chin-Rang Yang, Timothy Kinsella and David Boothman. E7 gene product modulates apoptosis and enhances radioresistance.ASTRO Oct. 1996
• Linda K. Brock. Navneet N. Sharda, Bhudat Paliwal and Paul Harari. Routine use of 3-D custom compensators improves the quality of head and neck radiotherapy, ASTRO Oct. 1996
• Daniel G. Petereit, Navneet N. Sharda, Julian C. Schinik and Dolores A. Buchler, Adjuvant whole abdominal radiation for low risk and intermediate risk ovarian cancer. Society Gynecologic Oncology 1996
• Navneet N. Sharda, Timothy Kinsella, and Mark A. Ritter. Cost analysis of alternate treatment schemes in the treatment of early stage testicularseminoma, ASTRO Oct. 1995.