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  • 2020 ACCC Annual Achievement Award

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    The Annual Achievement Award recognizes individuals or an organization who have made outstanding contributions, nationally and/or internationally, to cancer care and to patients with cancer.

    The Annual Achievement Award recognizes individuals or an organization who have made outstanding contributions, nationally and/or internationally, to cancer care and to patients with cancer.

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    The 2020 award recipient is Lawrence N. Shulman, MD, MACP, FASCO, Professor of Medicine, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania; Deputy Director for Clinical Services, Abramson Cancer Center. Dr. Shulman is internationally known as a breast medical oncologist, oncology practice thought leader, and mentor. His breast cancer work in low-resourced areas throughout the United States and overseas have led to a significant improvement in patient outcomes in areas where women are at a greater risk.

    Lawrence N. Shulman, MD, MACP, FASCO is Professor of Medicine at the Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, where he is the Deputy Director for Clinical Services of the Abramson Cancer Center. Dr. Shulman leads the Cancer Quality program and strategic development of Cancer Services across the University of Pennsylvania Health System’s 6 hospitals and affiliated practices. He is also Director of the Center for Global Cancer Medicine.

     Dr. Shulman is internationally known as a breast medical oncologist, oncology practice thought leader, and mentor. His work in low-resourced areas throughout the United States and overseas is particularly notable. Dr. Shulman and his colleagues trained hundreds of clinicians in breast health care and provided breast exam screening to thousands of patients in four districts of Rwanda. Their efforts have led to a significant improvement in patient outcomes in an area where women have a much higher risk of dying of breast cancer.

     “What he’s achieved through his work in countries like Rwanda, Haiti, and Botswana is remarkable. For example, Dr. Shulman and his colleagues trained hundreds of clinicians in breast health care and provided breast exam screening to thousands of patients in four districts of Rwanda. Their efforts have led to a significant improvement in patient outcomes in an area where women have a much higher risk of dying of breast cancer.” - Dr. Randall A. Oyer, ACCC 2020-21 President

    You must have an ACCC or state society account to register for this webinar. 

     If You DO NOT Have an Account: 

    • To start, click the green “Register” button in the upper right corner of this page. You will be directed to “Your Cart.” Click the green “Log In” button near the top of the page. 
    • ACCC and State Society Members: Click “Reset Password” to update your login information. When your password is updated, you will be redirected to the “My Profile” page.  
    • Non-members: Click “Create Account.” Once your password is created, you will be redirected to the "My Profile" page.  
    • Click “eLearning” at the top of your profile page to go back to the ACCC eLearning portal. In the box on the left side of the screen, click on the “Cart” link. 
    • The green box in the upper right corner of this page will indicate “You are registered!” for this course! 

    If You Have an ACCC Account: 

    • Please click the orange “Log In” button on the left side of this screen. You will be taken to the main login page that displays your email and password. Click the “Log in” button. 
    • You will be automatically redirected back to webinar page, and the green box in the upper right corner will say that “You are registered!” for this course! 

    PRO TIP: If you save your ACCC password to your computer and remain logged in, you can register for additional webinars and courses in a matter of seconds—with just one click!  

    For the best registration and viewing experience, please use Chrome, Edge, or Safari web browsers. Internet Explorer Users may experience difficulties accessing the webinar. 

    Once you complete your registration, you will receive an email from ACCC eLearning, which contains information on how to access this webinar. For assistance with registration or if you do not receive an email, please contact registration@accc-cancer.org

  • 2020 ACCC Clinical Research Award

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    The Clinical Research Award recognizes individuals whose research has significantly and positively impacted the oncology patient, family, and/or community.

    The Clinical Research Award recognizes individuals whose research has significantly and positively impacted the oncology patient, family, and/or community.

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    The 2020 award recipient is Roy S. Herbst, MD, PhD, Ensign Professor of Medicine (Medical Oncology) & Professor of Pharmacology; Chief of Medical Oncology, Yale Cancer Center & Smilow Cancer Hospital; Associate Director for Translational Research, Yale Cancer Center; Interim Director, Yale Center for Immuno-oncology, Yale Cancer Center. Dr. Herbst has worked over several decades as a pioneer to identify biomarkers and bring novel targeted treatments and immunotherapies to patients, serving as principal investigator for numerous clinical trials testing these agents in advanced stage lung cancers.

    His work led to the approval of several therapies that have revolutionized the field and greatly improved patient survival.  His work on "umbrella” trials spurred FDA approvals of targeted therapies and new cancer drugs. Nationally, he works closely with public-private partnerships to develop large master protocol clinical studies, such as Lung-MAP.

    “Dr. Herbst was selected for this award based on his distinguished and effective accomplishments in lung cancer research, having successfully integrated biology and laboratory research, team- based science, broad collaboration, and community, patient, public, and private partnerships that have served as a road map and role model for others. The work of Dr. Herbst and his team has importantly led to the approval of several treatments that have revolutionized lung cancer care, improved patient survival, and changed patient expectations.” – Dr. Randall A. Oyer, MD, ACCC 2020-21 President

    You must have an ACCC or state society account to register for this webinar. 

     If You DO NOT Have an Account: 

    • To start, click the green “Register” button in the upper right corner of this page. You will be directed to “Your Cart.” Click the green “Log In” button near the top of the page. 
    • ACCC and State Society Members: Click “Reset Password” to update your login information. When your password is updated, you will be redirected to the “My Profile” page.  
    • Non-members: Click “Create Account.” Once your password is created, you will be redirected to the "My Profile" page.  
    • Click “eLearning” at the top of your profile page to go back to the ACCC eLearning portal. In the box on the left side of the screen, click on the “Cart” link. 
    • The green box in the upper right corner of this page will indicate “You are registered!” for this course! 

    If You Have an ACCC Account: 

    • Please click the orange “Log In” button on the left side of this screen. You will be taken to the main login page that displays your email and password. Click the “Log in” button. 
    • You will be automatically redirected back to webinar page, and the green box in the upper right corner will say that “You are registered!” for this course! 

    PRO TIP: If you save your ACCC password to your computer and remain logged in, you can register for additional webinars and courses in a matter of seconds—with just one click!  

    For the best registration and viewing experience, please use Chrome, Edge, or Safari web browsers. Internet Explorer Users may experience difficulties accessing the webinar. 

    Once you complete your registration, you will receive an email from ACCC eLearning, which contains information on how to access this webinar. For assistance with registration or if you do not receive an email, please contact registration@accc-cancer.org

  • 2020 ACCC David King Community Clinical Scientist Award

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    The David King Community Clinical Scientist Award recognizes individuals who have demonstrated leadership in the development, participation, and evaluation of clinical studies and/or are active in the development of new screening, risk assessment, treatment, or supportive care programs for cancer patients.

    The David King Community Clinical Scientist Award recognizes individuals who have demonstrated leadership in the development, participation, and evaluation of clinical studies and/or are active in the development of new screening, risk assessment, treatment, or supportive care programs for cancer patients.

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    The 2020 award recipient is Worta McCaskill-Stevens, MD, MS, Medical Oncologist, and Chief, Community Oncology and Prevention Trials Research Group. Dr. McCaskill-Stevens’ accomplishments are far-reaching and include a focus on cancer disparities; management of comorbidities within clinical trials; and molecular research to identify individuals who will benefit most from cancer prevention interventions. Her work in breast cancer research is notable.

    Dr. McCaskill-Stevens served as program director for the Study of Tamoxifen and Raloxifene (STAR) and assumed responsibilities for breast cancer prevention with NCI’s Community Clinical Oncology Program (CCOP). She is also a member of NCI’s Breast Cancer Steering Committee. Dr. McCaskill-Stevens is also a recognized leader in furthering the advancement of minority investigators in cancer research.  

     “Dr. McCaskill-Stevens’ effective leadership has created community and academic partnerships, expanded types and numbers of trials available in communities across the United States, incorporated disparities research and bio-banking to advance precision medicine. Patients will forever benefit from her work.”  - Dr. Randall A. Oyer, ACCC 2020-21 President

    You must have an ACCC or state society account to register for this webinar. 

     If You DO NOT Have an Account: 

    • To start, click the green “Register” button in the upper right corner of this page. You will be directed to “Your Cart.” Click the green “Log In” button near the top of the page. 
    • ACCC and State Society Members: Click “Reset Password” to update your login information. When your password is updated, you will be redirected to the “My Profile” page.  
    • Non-members: Click “Create Account.” Once your password is created, you will be redirected to the "My Profile" page.  
    • Click “eLearning” at the top of your profile page to go back to the ACCC eLearning portal. In the box on the left side of the screen, click on the “Cart” link. 
    • The green box in the upper right corner of this page will indicate “You are registered!” for this course! 

    If You Have an ACCC Account: 

    • Please click the orange “Log In” button on the left side of this screen. You will be taken to the main login page that displays your email and password. Click the “Log in” button. 
    • You will be automatically redirected back to webinar page, and the green box in the upper right corner will say that “You are registered!” for this course! 

    PRO TIP: If you save your ACCC password to your computer and remain logged in, you can register for additional webinars and courses in a matter of seconds—with just one click!  

    For the best registration and viewing experience, please use Chrome, Edge, or Safari web browsers. Internet Explorer Users may experience difficulties accessing the webinar. 

    Once you complete your registration, you will receive an email from ACCC eLearning, which contains information on how to access this webinar. For assistance with registration or if you do not receive an email, please contact registration@accc-cancer.org


  • 2020 Elections: Impact and Legislative Update

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    After the election

    While the healthcare community continues to analyze the impact of the elections, policymakers are already balancing new priorities with the ongoing pandemic response. Join Ben Jones, Vice President of Government Relations & Public Policy, McKesson Specialty Health & The US Oncology Network, for a look at what’s to come following the November elections; how they will shape cancer care delivery in 2021 and beyond; and how public policy will directly impact oncology providers and patients.

    Ben Jones

    Vice President of Government Affairs and Public Policy

    Ben Jones currently serves as Vice President of Government Relations & Public Policy for the McKesson specialty provider organization and The US Oncology Network.  In this role, Ben leads the federal and state advocacy efforts around access to care in the community as well as adequate and fair physician reimbursement. Ben has been in this role for over 12 years and serves as the Executive Director of The US Oncology Network political action committee (PAC). Prior to joining McKesson, Ben spent many years in public policy at the state and federal level, including 5 years with the former U.S. House Majority Leader.

    Ben graduated from the University of Houston with a degree in political science and currently lives in The Woodlands, TX.

    Ahad Sadiq, MD (Moderator)

    Medical Oncologist, Fort Wayne Medical Oncology & Hematology, Inc.

    Ahad Sadiq, MD, is board certified in internal medicine, hematology, and oncology, and has a special interest in thoracic oncology. He leads several clinical trials in thoracic oncology at Fort Wayne Medical Oncology and Hematology—focusing on the benefit of using immunotherapies.

  • 2020 Oncology Reimbursement Meeting

    Contains 20 Component(s), Includes Credits

    A series of sessions designed to strengthen your program’s operations, accelerate your knowledge in oncology business, and take on this rapidly changing healthcare landscape.

    imageAt the ACCC Oncology Reimbursement Meeting, we can equip you and your colleagues with the tools needed to strengthen your program’s operations, accelerate your knowledge in oncology business, and take on this rapidly changing healthcare landscape.
    In this series of sessions, you'll have the opportunity to:
            • Review the latest trends in oncology coding and billing based on the 2020 Medicare Final Rules
            • Assess financial strategies to track and improve the financial health of your cancer program
            • Gain insight to upcoming coding and reimbursement challenges related to financial counseling, compliance, and authorizations in medical and radiation oncology
            • Identify opportunities to improve the financial navigation services at your practice or program
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    Billers and Coders: Each session in this program has the prior approval from the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) for 1.0 continuing education hour. Granting of prior approval in no way constitutes endorsement by AAPC of the program content or the program sponsor.

    For the best registration and viewing experience, please use Chrome, Edge, or Safari web browsers. Internet Explorer users may experience difficulties accessing the sessions.

    Ricky Newton, CPA

    Chief Financial and Operating Officer, Cancer Specialists of Tidewater, Ltd.

    Ricky Newton has over 28 years of experience in the healthcare industry. He currently serves as Director of Financial Services and Operations for the Community Oncology Alliance. Since 1997 he has been the administrator for Cancer Specialists of Tidewater, Ltd. He worked for Riverside Health Systems from July 2007 to July 2014 serving as their director for oncology operations. Prior to joining the practice he was a CPA with the public accounting firm of Failes & Associates. 

    Ricky has presented and consulted at over 350 conferences and practices in 46 states on topics such as financial and practice management issues in medical practices, health care law, relationships between oncologists and hospitals, managing employees, contracting with insurers, pharmacy management including managing pharmaceutical contracts, compensation models as well as other topics in the operating an oncology practice. 

    Currently, Ricky serves as treasurer of the Virginia Association of Hematology and Oncology Managers (VAHOM), Virginia Association of Hematologists and Oncologist (VAHO), Southeastern Coalition of Oncology Practitioner (SCOOP), National Oncology Society Network (NOSN) and Community Oncology Alliance (COA). 

    Ricky graduated with honors in 1990 from Old Dominion University with majors in Accounting and Finance.

    Teri Bedard, BA, RT(R)(T), CPC

    Director, Client Services, Revenue Cycle Coding Strategies

    Teri Bedard is the Executive Director, Client & Corporate Resources with Revenue Cycle Coding Strategies, LLC.  Her expertise includes over 20 years of medical experience.  Teri has served as a senior and Staff Radiation Therapist at renowned oncology practices across the Midwest and during her tenure with RCCS, has served as a Senior Consultant, Remote Solutions Manager, and Director, Client Services.   As a member of the RCCS team Teri advises and leads clients in the areas of billing and reimbursement for technology, monitoring government regulatory information and seeking new business opportunities.    

    Teri completed her Bachelors of Arts degree at the University of Northern Iowa.  She completed her Radiologic Technology certificate at Mayo School for Health Related Sciences in Rochester, MN and her certificate for Radiation Therapy at Fairview University Medical Center in Minneapolis, MN.  She also earned her certification as a Certified Professional Coder (CPC) through the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC). 

    Teri is active in the ARRT, ASRT, and AAPC.  She lectures and participates at national seminars in conjunction with the AAPC, ACCC, ACRO, and ASRT.  

    Ron DiGiaimo, MBA, FACHE

    CEO, Revenue Cycle Coding Strategies

    As CEO, Ron leads Revenue Cycle Inc. with more than 27 years in clinical, mid-level and executive level management, clinical experience and financial management. He is also a proven strategist in practice building, coding and documentation for both Part A and Part B reimbursement and has broad experience with marketing, operations, development and public relations.

    Ron is active with ACRO, ASTRO, SROA, ACCC, ACE, AAMD, ASCO, ACHE and several other groups whose missions forward the cause of oncology. He currently assists with the publication of the American College of Radiation Oncology Practice Management Guide, which serves to educate the oncology community as a whole.

    Ron earned an MBA from Oklahoma Christian University a bachelor of science in health services administration from Weber State University, Utah and an associate's degree in radiography from MCC in Waco, Texas. His clinical and strong operational management experience assist in both short and long term goal achievement for hospitals and providers alike.

    Dan Sherman, MA, LPC

    Financial Navigator/Consultant, The NaVectis Group

    Dan E. Sherman, MA, LPC, has been in the field of financial navigation services for oncology patients since 2008, and is the founder and president of the NaVectis Group, a consulting company that assists oncology providers in the implementation of financial navigation programs. In 2009, he created and implemented the Financial Navigation Program at the Lacks Cancer Center, and has since been recognized by the Oncology Roundtable, Access Management, and the Association of Community Cancer Centers’ Oncology Issues for his expertise in clinical financial navigation. He has also been published in the Journal of Access Management, ACCC’s Oncology Issues journal, the American Journal of Managed Care, and ASCO’s Journal of Oncology Practice. 
    Dan has a degree in accounting, psychology, and a master’s in counseling.

    I can't login or view sessions. What do I do? 

    First, make sure you are using Chrome, Firefox, or Microsoft Edge. The system does not work with Internet Explorer. Then, check to verify that you are logged in.

    How do I access the sessions?

    You can access any of the sessions by clicking on the “Sessions” tab.

    From there, select the session you would like to view. Click on the title and you will see a button to the right of the session title. If the session will begin in the next 15 minutes, the button will say "Early Event Login is Open". If the session has started, it will say "Live Event in Progress". If you do not see one of those buttons, you may need to refresh your screen, especially if you log in more than 15 minutes before the session starts. 

    I am having audio trouble. How can I fix that?

    If you are not able to hear any audio through your computer speakers first check to make sure your speakers are not muted or turned off.  

    The next step is to refresh your screen by pressing the F5 key on your keyboard or clicking the “refresh” button in your web browser. 

    For technical issues, including slides that are not loading, please read the following.

    Please ensure your organization meets hardware, software and bandwidth requirements well in advance 

    Step 1: Browser Tests

    Please take the following browser test: https://zoom.us/test

    Step 2: Please review the following Technical Requirements and be sure your system and networks are up to date.

    Minimum System Requirements:

    2.0Ghz Processor or faster 2 GB RAM (Greater than 2 GB recommended) Minimum Browser Requirements:  

    Browser must support HTML-5. To detect your browser version, run https://whichbrowser.net/  

    Windows 7 or later Mac OS X 10.9 or later Chrome 60 or greater Firefox 52 or greater Edge 14  or greater Safari 10 or greater iOS 10 or greater Internet Explorer 11 IP Addresses and Ports to Allow for HTML5:   72.32.161.112 port 80, 443 (web and audio) 72.32.200.104 port 80, 443 (web and audio) 72.32.221.65 ports 80, 443 (web and audio) 72.32.221.66 ports 80, 443 (web and audio) 67.203.7.114 ports 80, 443 (web and audio)

    Other Recommendations: It is recommended that you use a PC or MAC with an updated Internet Browser. Make sure you have pop-ups blockers disabled in your Internet browser settings. Make sure that your internet browser is Active X enabled. Wifi is not recommended. The problem with WiFi is signal strength can vary causing bandwidth to increase or decrease. We recommend a wired connection. A wired connection gives a consistent signal and consistent bandwidth. A wired connection provides a better experience. Audio (sound) is projected through your computer speakers. Be sure your computer is equipped with speakers or the room where the conference is being broadcast is equipped with speakers  so you can hear the presenters.

    Still having issues? Please email registration@accc-cancer.org

  • 2021 Oncology Reimbursement Meeting

    Contains 10 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes Multiple Live Events. The next is on 04/09/2021 at 3:00 PM (EDT)

    A series of sessions designed to strengthen your program’s operations, accelerate your knowledge in oncology business, and take on this rapidly changing healthcare landscape.

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    We’re bringing back the ACCC Oncology Reimbursement Meeting with three virtual sessions this spring. Tune in for timely and engaging sessions that will provide you and your colleagues with the tools you’ll need to take on today’s rapidly changing healthcare landscape.
    During these live sessions, attendees will have the opportunity to:
    • Understand the data and metrics you should collect and report on to improve patient outcomes, eliminate waste, and reduce costs.
    • Gain insight on how to use data to drive quality improvement initiatives at your program or practice.
    • Identify opportunities for financial navigation to support revenue optimization at your institution.
    • Assess how COVID-19 is affecting the financial performance of your cancer program and how to improve revenue cycle management to optimize reimbursement, including how to use new codes for telehealth and virtual appointments.
    • Review changes to coding and billing for E/M services, including utilization projections.

    For the best registration and viewing experience, please use Chrome, Edge, or Safari web browsers. Internet Explorer users may experience difficulties accessing the sessions.

    You must have an ACCC account in order to register for this webinar series. To begin, click the green "Register" button. After you are redirected, click "Login" at the top of the page.

    • If you have an ACCC account, please Login using your email address and password. You will then be redirected to the ACCC Store. 
      • Click the “2021 Oncology Reimbursement Meeting” icon. 
      • On the next page, click the “Register” button. 
      • Then click the “Checkout” button. 
      • On the next page, click “Confirm Order.” You are successfully registered! 
    • If you do not have an ACCC account, please click “Reset Password” to update your login—using the email address on this email. You will be prompted to reset your password. You’ll be taken to Your Profile page.

    PRO TIP: If you save your ACCC password to your computer and remain logged in, you can register for additional webinars and courses in a matter of seconds—with just one click!

    For the best registration and viewing experience, please use Chrome, Edge, or Safari web browsers. Internet Explorer Users may experience difficulties accessing the webinar.

    Once you complete your registration, you will receive an email from ACCC eLearning, which contains information on how to access this webinar. For assistance with registration or if you do not receive an email, please contact registration@accc-cancer.org.

    Jordan Johnson, MSHA, BSRT

    Director of Data Science, Legion Healthcare Partners

    Rifeta Kajdic

    Program Manager, Oncology Service Line, Saint Luke's Cancer Institute

    Rifeta Kajdic is a program manager for the oncology service line at Saint Luke’s Cancer Institute in Boise, Idaho. In her role, Rifeta works on improving processes and programs that allow for patient centered care while simultaneously building security for the health system to prevent unnecessary revenue losses. Rifeta helps support oncology patient financial advocates across five Saint Luke’s sites supporting medical and radiation oncology, surgical oncology, pediatric oncology, bone marrow transplant, and hemophilia. Rifeta is passionate about the importance of patient financial advocate roles within oncology clinics, and as a member of the supportive oncology team, is working collaboratively to eliminate financial toxicity for the patients she serves. 

    Angie Santiago, CRCS

    Lead Financial Counselor, Oncology, Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center

    Angie Santiago, CRCS-I, is the Lead Financial Counselor - Oncology, with the Thomas Jefferson University Health System, Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center. She created and implemented the Oncology Patient Assistance Program that is utilized at the Thomas Jefferson University Health System. The program was initiated to assist patients with the acquisition of supplemental financial coverage, over and beyond what has been traditionally provided by the hospital’s business office. Angie has worked in healthcare for almost 16 years within patient access, revenue cycle and financial counseling. She has presented on financial toxicity and related topics at patient navigators networking meetings. She is a graduate of the ACCC Financial Advocacy Network Boot Camp.

    Ricky Newton, CPA

    Chief Financial and Operating Officer, Cancer Specialists of Tidewater, Ltd.

    Ricky Newton has over 28 years of experience in the healthcare industry. He currently serves as Director of Financial Services and Operations for the Community Oncology Alliance. Since 1997 he has been the administrator for Cancer Specialists of Tidewater, Ltd. He worked for Riverside Health Systems from July 2007 to July 2014 serving as their director for oncology operations. Prior to joining the practice he was a CPA with the public accounting firm of Failes & Associates. 

    Ricky has presented and consulted at over 350 conferences and practices in 46 states on topics such as financial and practice management issues in medical practices, health care law, relationships between oncologists and hospitals, managing employees, contracting with insurers, pharmacy management including managing pharmaceutical contracts, compensation models as well as other topics in the operating an oncology practice. 

    Currently, Ricky serves as treasurer of the Virginia Association of Hematology and Oncology Managers (VAHOM), Virginia Association of Hematologists and Oncologist (VAHO), Southeastern Coalition of Oncology Practitioner (SCOOP), National Oncology Society Network (NOSN) and Community Oncology Alliance (COA). 

    Ricky graduated with honors in 1990 from Old Dominion University with majors in Accounting and Finance.

    Additional ACCC Resources to Supplement Your Learning

    • The ACCC 47th Annual Meeting & Cancer Center Business Summit, March 1 – 5, 2021, will be a fully virtual experience that will deliver a focused look at the hot-button issues impacting your cancer program today, and the strategies you’ll need to emerge positioned for success tomorrow.
    • ACCC Financial Advocacy Network—Access the Boot Camp (free for ACCC and Oncology State Society members), the Financial Advocacy Services Guidelines, a Financial Advocacy COVID-19 Resource hub, the newly launched discussion forum (members only), and more!
    • The 2021 Patient Assistance & Reimbursement Guide has the most up-to-date information on cancer drug assistance and reimbursement programs to help your patients alleviate the financial burden of their treatment.
    • Alternative Payment Models In Cancer Care Online Course—This course builds on the Oncology APM Readiness Assessment first introduced during the APMC workshop. If your cancer center is ready to begin or expand its journey to value-based care—but you are not sure how to get started—these modules can help. In each session, we will dive deeper into each domain and help you determine what is next for your cancer center. We will outline specific next steps and action items your organization can take to begin APM program implementation. In addition, we will also provide real-life examples that correspond to each topic.
    • ACCC members can connect in real-time through members-only virtual discussion forum on  ACCCeXchange. Within this forum, ACCC members from every profession involved in cancer care delivery ask and answer questions, discuss common challenges, and share knowledge and experience.  Join the discussion and connect with your peers.
    • Looking to become a member of the Association of Community Cancer Centers? Visit our membership page for more information on the types of membership we offer and how you can become involved. If you’re unsure whether or not you’re already a member, please contact our membership department today.
    • The ACCCeLearning portal makes it easy to find education relevant to your needs and interests. Accessible on any device and at any time, courses are available in a variety of formats, so you can listen, watch, read or interact in ways that best suit your needs. Health professionals can claim CME/CPE/CNE credit for all applicable activities. Since you’re already logged in, take a look around today!
    I can't login or view sessions. What do I do? 

    First, make sure you are using Chrome, Firefox, or Microsoft Edge. The system does not work with Internet Explorer. Then, check to verify that you are logged in.

    How do I access the sessions?

    You can access any of the sessions by clicking on the “Sessions” tab.

    From there, select the session you would like to view. Click on the title and you will see a button to the right of the session title. If the session will begin in the next 15 minutes, the button will say "Early Event Login is Open". If the session has started, it will say "Live Event in Progress". If you do not see one of those buttons, you may need to refresh your screen, especially if you log in more than 15 minutes before the session starts. 

    I am having audio trouble. How can I fix that?

    If you are not able to hear any audio through your computer speakers first check to make sure your speakers are not muted or turned off.  

    The next step is to refresh your screen by pressing the F5 key on your keyboard or clicking the “refresh” button in your web browser. 

    For technical issues, including slides that are not loading, please read the following.

    Please ensure your organization meets hardware, software and bandwidth requirements well in advance 

    Step 1: Browser Tests

    Please take the following browser test: https://zoom.us/test

    Step 2: Please review the following Technical Requirements and be sure your system and networks are up to date.

    Minimum System Requirements:

    2.0Ghz Processor or faster 2 GB RAM (Greater than 2 GB recommended) Minimum Browser Requirements:  

    Browser must support HTML-5. To detect your browser version, run https://whichbrowser.net/  

    Windows 7 or later Mac OS X 10.9 or later Chrome 60 or greater Firefox 52 or greater Edge 14  or greater Safari 10 or greater iOS 10 or greater Internet Explorer 11 IP Addresses and Ports to Allow for HTML5:   72.32.161.112 port 80, 443 (web and audio) 72.32.200.104 port 80, 443 (web and audio) 72.32.221.65 ports 80, 443 (web and audio) 72.32.221.66 ports 80, 443 (web and audio) 67.203.7.114 ports 80, 443 (web and audio)

    Other Recommendations: It is recommended that you use a PC or MAC with an updated Internet Browser. Make sure you have pop-ups blockers disabled in your Internet browser settings. Make sure that your internet browser is Active X enabled. Wifi is not recommended. The problem with WiFi is signal strength can vary causing bandwidth to increase or decrease. We recommend a wired connection. A wired connection gives a consistent signal and consistent bandwidth. A wired connection provides a better experience. Audio (sound) is projected through your computer speakers. Be sure your computer is equipped with speakers or the room where the conference is being broadcast is equipped with speakers  so you can hear the presenters.

    Still having issues? Please email registration@accc-cancer.org

  • ACCC 37th National Oncology Conference [On-Demand]

    Contains 11 Product(s)

    The leading conference for innovation in cancer care delivery is now available on-demand! Participation in the enduring activities of the ACCC 37th [Virtual] National Oncology Conference will be available for 12 months and will award continuing education hours for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and administrators as appropriate.

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    The leading conference for innovation in cancer care delivery is now available on-demand!

    Discover the convenience of viewing the ACCC 37th [Virtual] National Oncology Conference (#ACCCNOC) content from your home or office.

    If you registered for the virtual conference in September, on-demand access is included in your registration. You can revisit the sessions for a deeper dive or catch the presentations you didn’t have time to watch. 

    Participation in the enduring activities of the ACCC 37th National Oncology Conference will be available for 12 months and will award continuing education hours for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and administrators as appropriate.

    If you haven’t registered yet, it’s not too late!  Click the green Register button in the upper right corner of this page to purchase the #ACCCNOC on-demand content package.

    Registration Type

    Registration Fee

    ACCC Member 

    ACCC Cancer Program Members, Individual Provider Members,
    ACCC Individual Consultants, Industry Members,
    and members of the Oncology State Societies at ACCC

    $100.00

    Non-member Provider & Industry

    Individuals who are employed by a cancer program, practice, non-profit organization,
    consulting company, pharmaceutical/device manufacturer,
    diagnostic testing company, or technology/analytics company

    $300.00

     

    ACCC Industry Advisory, Emerging Companies, and Technical Advisory Council Members and employees of sponsor companies of the ACCC 37th [Virtual] National Oncology Conference are entitled to a free registration. If you are not yet registered, please contact Mike Andrews, Senior Director, Corporate Relations or Don Cooksey, Senior Manager, Exhibit Sales & Corporate Relations for further assistance.

    #ACCCNOC On-Demand Highlights:

    • Learn from your device where it’s convenient for you—watch presentations on your computer, tablet, or smartphone
    • Relive the conference experience with presentation slides with synchronized audio and video
    • Access more than 10 hours of breakout sessions and keynote presentations
    • Learn on your schedule with 24/7 online access
    • Personalize your #ACCCNOC On-Demand learning experience by tailoring your professional development to your own interests—on your own time.

    For the best registration and viewing experience, please use Chrome, Edge, or Safari web browsers. Internet Explorer users may experience difficulties accessing this content. 

     If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to email us.

    #ACCCNOC On-Demand allows you to watch and re-watch sessions on your own time, with a better ability to: 
    • Review leadership strategies to enhance resilience among teams and organizations in response to adversities and to review strategies to improve the quality of cancer care 
    • Integrate innovative approaches for onboarding experienced non-oncology nurses to address staffing shortages 
    • Use targeted management algorithms to identify patient co-morbidities aiming to reduce hospital and emergency department admissions 
    • Discuss the benefits of creating and implementing a collaborative pharmacist practice agreement to improve oral oncolytic workflow and reduce treatment delays
    • Explore the use of a 3D-printed lung nodule educational tool to help providers educate patients, reduce distress, and engage in shared decision-making 
    • Outline approaches to implement a nurse navigator-led community-based cardio-oncology clinic to manage cardio-toxic side effects in oncology patients and improve patient quality of life 
    • Identify clinical variables associated with increased risk of hospital and emergency department admissions using predictive modeling and proactively manage patients to reduce readmissions after chemotherapy 
    • Adapt a transition plan to administer chemotherapy in the outpatient setting to improve care, lower infection rates, improve quality of life, and reduce cost of care 
    • Investigate the role of prehab, rehab, and prospective surveillance in improving patient experience, reducing hospital stay, early identification of physical impairments, functional limitations, and/or treatment restrictions, and in palliative care for patients with advanced cancer 
    • Examine strategies to address the disparities faced by women in oncology 

    Participation in the enduring activities of the ACCC 37th National Oncology Conference (#ACCCNOC) will be available for 12 months and will award continuing education hours for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and administrators as appropriate.

    The breakdown of accreditation(s) per session and hour(s) offered are as follow: 

     

    Accreditation (s) Offered

    Title 

    CME 

    CPE 

    CNE 

    ACHE-Q 

    Onboarding Experienced Non-Oncology Nurses to Address Staffing Shortages: Development of a Transitional Oncology Training Academy 

    0.5 

    0.5 

    Utilizing Technology to Identify Patient Co-Morbidities and Reduce Hospital and ED Admissions 

    1.25 

    1.25 

    Improve Oral Oncolytic Workflow and Reduce Treatment Delays with a Pharmacist Collaborative Practice Agreement 

    1.25 

    1.25 

    1.25 

    1.25 

    Leveraging a 3D Lung Nodule Educational Tool to Reduce Patient Distress 

    A Nurse Navigator-Led Community-Based Cardio-Oncology Clinic 

    1.25 

    Reducing Readmissions after Chemotherapy with Predictive Modeling of Risk Factors 

    1.25 

    1.25 

    1.25 

    Shifting Chemo Administration from Inpatient to Outpatient Setting Improves Care and Reduces Costs 

    1.25 

    1.25 

    1.25 

    1.25 

    Integration of Prehab, Rehab, and Prospective Surveillance into Interdisciplinary Teams 

    1.25 

    1.25 

    Total Hours 

    3.75 

    2.5 

    8.0 

    6.75 

  • ACCC 2021 Virtual Hill Day: What You Need to Know

    Contains 1 Component(s) Includes a Live Web Event on 04/16/2021 at 4:00 PM (EDT)

    Join the ACCC policy team for a webinar to familiarize yourself with ACCC’s advocacy priorities, hear about how to best prepare for your Congressional visits, and start thinking about “the story” of your patients and your cancer program.

    You must have an ACCC or a State Society account to register for this webinar, which will enable you to register for future webinars and courses with just one click.

    If You DO NOT Have an Account: 

    • To start, click the green “Register” button in the upper right corner of this page. You will be directed to “Your Cart.”
    • Click the green “Log In” button, then follow the proceeding steps, below. 

    ACCC and State Society Members:

    • Click "Reset Password" and you will receive an email with a link to update your password. When your password is updated, you will be redirected to the “My Profile” page, where you can view and update your information.
    • If you do not receive an email or need assistance with resetting your password, please contact membership@accc-cancer.org.

    Non-members:

    •  Click “Create Account.” Once your password is created, you will be redirected to the "My Profile" page, where you can view and update your information. Click “Change” to add your Areas of Concentration, then save your information.
    • Click “eLearning” at the top of your profile page to go back to the eLearning portal. In the box on the left side of the screen, click on the “Cart” link.
    • The green box in the upper right corner of this page will indicate “You are registered!” 

    If You Have an Account: 

    • Please click the “Log In” button on the right side of this screen. You will be taken to the main login page that displays your email and password. 
    • Click the “Log in” button.
    • You will be automatically redirected back to the webinar page, and the green box in the upper right corner will say that “You are registered!” 

    PRO TIP: If you save your password to your computer and remain logged in, you can register for additional webinars and courses in a matter of seconds—with just one click! 

    For the best registration and viewing experience, please use Chrome, Edge, or Safari web browsers. Internet Explorer users may experience difficulties accessing the webinar. 

    Once you complete your registration, you will receive an email from ACCC eLearning, which contains information on how to access this webinar. For assistance with registration or if you do not receive an email, please contact  registration@accc-cancer.org.

    Join the ACCC policy team on Friday, April 16, to familiarize yourself with ACCC’s advocacy priorities, hear about how to best prepare for your Congressional visits, and start thinking about “the story” of your patients and your cancer program.

  • ACCCC 2021 Virtual Hill Day

    Contains 2 Component(s) Includes Multiple Live Events. The next is on 05/07/2021 at 4:00 PM (EDT)

    Since it's not logistically possible to organize our in-person Capitol Hill Day this year, ACCC is pleased to offer its members* a new way to experience advocacy trainings, legislative briefings, and Congressional meetings from the comfort of their home or office. Participation in the ACCC Virtual Capitol Hill Day is exclusive to ACCC members as one valuable benefit of membership. If you are not a member and would like to join, please explore our membership options.

    You must have an ACCC or a State Society account to register for this webinar, which will enable you to register for future webinars and courses with just one click.

    If You DO NOT Have an Account: 

    • To start, click the green “Register” button in the upper right corner of this page. You will be directed to “Your Cart.”
    • Click the green “Log In” button, then follow the proceeding steps, below. 

    ACCC and State Society Members:

    • Click "Reset Password" and you will receive an email with a link to update your password. When your password is updated, you will be redirected to the “My Profile” page, where you can view and update your information.
    • If you do not receive an email or need assistance with resetting your password, please contact membership@accc-cancer.org.

    Non-members:

    •  Click “Create Account.” Once your password is created, you will be redirected to the "My Profile" page, where you can view and update your information. Click “Change” to add your Areas of Concentration, then save your information.
    • Click “eLearning” at the top of your profile page to go back to the eLearning portal. In the box on the left side of the screen, click on the “Cart” link.
    • The green box in the upper right corner of this page will indicate “You are registered!” 

    If You Have an Account: 

    • Please click the “Log In” button on the right side of this screen. You will be taken to the main login page that displays your email and password. 
    • Click the “Log in” button.
    • You will be automatically redirected back to the webinar page, and the green box in the upper right corner will say that “You are registered!” 

    PRO TIP: If you save your password to your computer and remain logged in, you can register for additional webinars and courses in a matter of seconds—with just one click! 

    For the best registration and viewing experience, please use Chrome, Edge, or Safari web browsers. Internet Explorer users may experience difficulties accessing the webinar. 

    Once you complete your registration, you will receive an email from ACCC eLearning, which contains information on how to access this webinar. For assistance with registration or if you do not receive an email, please contact  registration@accc-cancer.org.

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    Join colleagues from your state for the ACCC Capitol Hill Day (now Virtual!) on Wednesday, May 12, 2021.

    Since it's not logistically possible to organize our in-person Capitol Hill Day this year, ACCC is pleased to offer its members* a new way to experience advocacy trainings, legislative briefings, and Congressional meetings from the comfort of their home or office.

    By using an easy-to-navigate online platform, you will be able to advocate for federal policies that improve access to quality cancer care. And by discussing the challenges that you—and your patients—face, you can help ensure that future legislation reflects the reality of cancer care delivery.

    No need to be a “policy expert” or familiar with specific legislation. These meetings are an opportunity to share your expertise and put a human face to decisions regarding federal healthcare policies.

    Participation in the ACCC Virtual Capitol Hill Day is exclusive to ACCC members as one valuable benefit of membership. If you are not a member and would like to join, please explore our membership options.

  • ACCC Learning: Effectively Engaging Caregivers to Support your Older Adult Cancer Patients

    Contains 4 Component(s)

    Considerations to assess caregivers and provide resources related to geriatric oncology.

    Speakers discuss several aspects of caregiver engagement, including tools and strategies cancer team members can use to assess and engage caregivers and legal concerns and implications for teams working with caregivers. The speakers will offer you a range of resources to support your work with caregivers as well as to offer to caregivers themselves.

    Speakers:

    • DENICE ECONOMOU, PHD, RN, CNS - DEPARTMENT OF NURSING RESEARCH AND EDUCATION, CITY OF HOPE NATIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
    • LORA RHODES, LCSW - SOCIAL WORKER, SIDNEY KIMMEL CANCER CENTER AT THOMAS JEFFERSON UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
    • SHELLY ROSENFELD, JD, LLM, ESQ. - CO-DIRECTOR, DISABILITY RIGHTS LEGAL CENTER, CANCER LEGAL RESOURCE CENTER (CLRC)

    Thank you to EMD Serono for supporting this through its Embracing Carers™ program. 

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    You must have an ACCC or state society account to register for this webinar. 

     If You DO NOT Have an ACCC Account: 

    • To start, click the green “Register” button in the upper right corner of this page. You will be directed to “Your Cart.” Click the green “Log In” button near the top of the page. 
    • ACCC and State Society Members: Click “Reset Password” to update your login information. When your password is updated, you will be redirected to the “My Profile” page.  
    • Non-members: Click “Create Account.” Once your password is created, you will be redirected to the "My Profile" page.  
    • Click “eLearning” at the top of your profile page to go back to the ACCC eLearning portal. In the box on the left side of the screen, click on the “Cart” link. 
    • The green box in the upper right corner of this page will indicate “You are registered!” for this course! 

    If You Have an ACCC Account: 

    • Please click the orange “Log In” button on the left side of this screen. You will be taken to the main login page that displays your email and password. Click the “Log in” button. 
    • You will be automatically redirected back to webinar page, and the green box in the upper right corner will say that “You are registered!” for this course! 

    PRO TIP: If you save your ACCC password to your computer and remain logged in, you can register for additional webinars and courses in a matter of seconds—with just one click!  

    For the best registration and viewing experience, please use Chrome, Edge, or Safari web browsers. Internet Explorer Users may experience difficulties accessing the webinar. 

    Once you complete your registration, you will receive an email from ACCC eLearning, which contains information on how to access this webinar. For assistance with registration or if you do not receive an email, please contact registration@accc-cancer.org

    Denice Economou, PhD, RN, CNS

    Department of Nursing Research and Education, City of Hope National Medical Center

    Denice Economou, PhD, RN, CNS, AOCN has been in the Department of Nursing Research and Education for the past 11 years at the City of Hope in Duarte, California. She has been the project director for two consecutive R25 training grants for Cancer Survivorship Education. Denice was the Co-Investigator and faculty on an R25 NCI-funded training project with Dr. Arti Hurria –Geriatric Oncology: Educating Nursing to Improve Quality Care completed in 2019Currently she is providing telehealth follow up as part of an RO1 study coaching colorectal and lung cancer survivors in self-care strategies and coordinating their care between oncologists and PCP’s. Denice is an Oncology Clinical Nurse Specialist, and is dedicated to preparing nurses to care for geriatric oncology patients, cancer survivors and their families. She is an Associate Editor for the Journal of Advanced Practitioners in Oncology (JADPRO). Denice completed her PhD in Palliative Care from Lancaster University in Lancaster, England. Her research explored the experience of advanced cancer recurrence in patients who perceived themselves as cancer free. She will continue to focus her research on geriatric patients and advanced cancer recurrence.   

    Lora Rhodes, LCSW

    Social Worker, Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

    Lora Rhodes, LCSW, is a senior social worker at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. She received her BS in psychology from Penn State University and MSW from Rutgers University. In her current role, she provides psychosocial support for the senior adult oncology, head and neck cancer, lung cancer and cancer genetics clinical teams.  She is an instructor for the Temple University School of Social Work Continuing Education Program. Prior to her current position, she worked in continuing medical education, developing education programs for physicians, nurses, and social workersA social worker for over 25 years, she has presented extensively, locally, nationally, and internationally on psychosocial issues facing individuals with cancer. 

    Shelly Rosenfeld, JD, LLM, Esq.

    Co-Director, Disability Rights Legal Center, Cancer Legal Resource Center (CLRC)

    Shelly Rosenfeld, JD, LLM, Esq., is Co-Director of the Disability Rights Legal Center’s Cancer Legal Resource Center (CLRC). As Co-Director, Shelly provides legal services through CLRC’s national telephone assistance line to people with cancer-related legal issues, counseling cancer patients, health care professionals, and caregivers. Shelly participates in the Orange County Cancer Coalition, volunteers as a Legislative Ambassador of the American Cancer Society’s Cancer Action Network, and serves as a Board Member of the Cancer Free Generation, the young professionals division of the Tower Cancer Research Fund. Before becoming an attorney, Shelly worked as a television anchor and reporter for an NBC affiliate in Arizona. Shelly earned an LL.M. at UCLA Law School, a JD at UC Hastings College of the Law, a Masters Degree at Northwestern University, and a BA at UC Berkeley. She is a member of the State Bars of California and the District of Columbia. 

    Short Form Zarit Burden Interview (ZBI-12): 

    Caregiver-reported evaluation of burden in clinical practice and research as a fast, efficient option for screening burden among older caregivers of community-dwelling older adults. Validated as screening tool for those caring for something with advanced illness including dementia and cancer.   

    Caregiver Reaction Scale 

    Caregiver-reported scale, adapted for use in a clinical setting from the research instrument used to develop a model of caregiver burden and competence. The measure includes subscales that assess feelings of role captivity, overload, relational deprivation, competence, personal gain, coping, family beliefs and conflict, job conflicts and financial disruption. In addition to assessing multiple social and emotional impacts of caregiving, the scale taps feelings of competence and self-efficacy as well as family distress and conflict. 

    Triage Cancer Caregiving Resources 

    Triage Cancer provides educational resources for caregivers to individuals diagnosed with cancer in the form of animated videos, Quick Guides, and webinars, to help address common legal and practical issues. 

    CANCERcare 

    For healthcare professionals to connect their patients to professional support services and practical help. Available services include counseling by oncology social workers, case management, financial assistance, support groups, educational workshops, and podcasts. Read or order free Connect booklets and fact sheets offering easy-to-read information about the latest cancer treatments, managing side effects and coping with cancer. 

    Family Caregiver Alliance (FCA) National Center on Caregiving 

    The services, education programs, and resources from FCA are designed with caregivers’ needs in mind and offer support, tailored information, and tools to manage the complex demands of caregiving. 

     Caregiver Action Network 

    • Caregiver Help Desk: Care Support Team, staffed by caregiving experts, to help you find the right information you need to help you navigate your complex caregiving challenges. Caregiving experts are available 8:00 AM – 7:00 PM ET by chat box, or by calling 855-227-3640. 
    • Help for Cancer Caregivers: Build a custom caregiving guide based on a user assessment 
    • 10 Tips for Family Caregivers (Infographic) 
    • Technology for Family Caregivers: iCAN Tech was created specifically to help caregivers sort through this new and sometimes intimidating world of high-tech products and services in a way that makes sense for them.   

    Eldercare Locator 

    A public service of the U.S. Administration on Aging connecting you to services for older adults and their families by zip code or city/state. You can also reach them at 1-800-677-1116. The Eldercare Locator links those who need assistance with state and local agencies on aging, as well as community-based organizations that serve older adults and their caregivers. Whether help is needed with services such as meals, home care or transportation, or a caregiver needs training and education or a well-deserved break from caregiving responsibilities, the Eldercare Locator is there to point that person in the right direction. 

    American Cancer Society (ACS) Caregiver Support Program  

    • Interactive Caregiver Resource Guide can empower caregivers with the resources and information they need – from anywhere and at any time. Also available as PDF. 
    • Caregiver Support Video Series to provide educational support to caregivers as they assist with the everyday needs of cancer patients and provide self-care techniques to improve their quality of life. Videos include drain care, pain management, managing side effects, caregiver self-care, and advocacy. 

    National Caregivers Library 

    Extensive library for caregivers with articles, forms, checklists, links to topic-specific resources. Resources include topics like driving and mobility, transportation, long-distance caregiving, legal matters, end-of-life, and more. 

    CanCare 

    1-1 emotional support for cancer patients and caregivers, matched by cancer type, treatment method, life stage, age, and gender. Phone Support Line: 888-999-6959, M-F 8:00 am-6:00 pm CT. 

    Health Care Professionals calling about setting up help for a patient should call 888-461-0028. 

    How to Be the Best Caregiver You Can Be

    Tips from the Health in Aging Foundation 

    CARG List of Resources for Older Adults 

    Caregiver Training Videos

    Videos from UCLA Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care Program, available in several languages. 

    Compassion & Choices

    End of life counseling, empowering everyone to choose end-of-life care that reflects their values, priorities, and beliefs. 

    National Alliance for Caregiving 

    Resources for professionals related to hospital discharge planning, CMS Tip Sheets, and opportunities for advocacy. 

    Medisafe Medicine App 

    Medication reminder app with personalized reminders for medications and vital drug interaction warnings. Caregivers stay connected through real-time missed medication alerts.  

    Pill Reminder App 

    Medication reminders: allows the user to create any type of recurring reminders (every X hours, specific times, daily, weekly, monthly, every X days, etc.) It tracks the remaining quantity of each medication and shows a refill alert when running low. 

    Lotsahelpinghands.com  

    Coordinate food drop off, house cleaning, etc. 

    Meal Train 

    Digital tool for caregivers to organize meals for a someone during/after surgery or illness. 

    MediTelecareGo! 

    Provides behavioral telehealth support groups and access to licensed psychologists (no fees). 

    LivingWith 

    Available as an app or webpage with customized resources, articles and videos for patients and caregivers to learn about healthy living, find advocacy groups, get inspired, track health, get support, and more. 

    Downloading Your State’s Advance Directive 

    CaringInfo/The National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization provides free advance directives and instructions for each state that can be opened as a PDF file. 

    Triage Cancer: Estate Planning State Laws 

    State laws may provide additional rights and benefits to individuals coping with cancer. Various laws related to employment, disability insurance, health insurance, COVID-19, accessing medical records, estate planning, other cancer-related state laws, and immigration are included. Please note that this information changes frequently, so check back for up-to-date information. 

    CaringInfo 

    A program of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization provides free resources to help people make decisions about end-of-life care and services before a crisis. 

    Addressing the needs of older adults with cancer is critical for the delivery of high-quality, patient-centered care. View the new resources from the Multidisciplinary Approaches to Caring for Older Adults with Cancer project, including a robust resource library, Geriatric Oncology Gap-Assessment, a How-To Guide for the Multidisciplinary Team, Effective Practice Guide and more. 

    Explore the resources and tools that are being developed in conjunction with Dr. Oyer’s President’s Theme, “Community Oncology Can Close the Gap in Cancer Research.” This page will be updated regularly as new deliverables become available.

    • ACCC members can connect in real-time through members-only virtual discussion forum on ACCCeXchange. Within this forum, ACCC members from every profession involved in cancer care delivery ask and answer questions, discuss common challenges, and share knowledge and experience.  Join the discussion and connect with your peers.
    • Looking to become a member of the Association of Community Cancer Centers? Visit our membership page for more information on the types of membership we offer and how you can become involved. If you’re unsure whether or not you’re already a member, please contact our membership department today.
    • ACCCeLearning portal makes it easy to find education relevant to your needs and interests. Accessible on any device and at any time, courses are available in a variety of formats, so you can listen, watch, read or interact in ways that best suit your needs. Health professionals can claim CME/CPE/CNE credit for all applicable activities. Since you’re already logged in, take a look around today!