You must have a state society or ACCC account in order to register for this event.
If You DO NOT Have An Account:
If You Have An ACCC Account:
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 event.
Once you complete your registration, you will receive an email from ACCC eLearning, which contains information on how to access this event. For assistance with registration or if you do not receive an email, please contact email@example.com.
This session provides context to the pending changes and updates to the value-based care landscape for medical oncology models under the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation, and a review of potential pathways for model evolution and what stakeholders should be aware of in the coming months, pending any regulatory releases.
Presented by: Blair Burnett, Avalere
This is the third installment in the five-part Lunch and Learn Series hosted by the Virginia Association of Hematologists and Oncologists (VAHO)—a Chapter Member of the Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC).
With experience in provider associations, management consulting, and advocacy groups, Blair assists clients with analysis on a range of federal health policy topics. Blair has particular expertise in policy issues related to oncology and Medicare Part B.
Prior to joining Avalere, Blair was senior policy analyst at the Association of Community Cancer Centers where she oversaw the legislative and regulatory advocacy priorities at the federal and state level for over 2,500 cancer care programs in the association’s membership. Prior to that, Blair was a healthcare analyst with Huron Consulting Group where she assisted clients in care access and revenue cycle projects.
Blair has a BA in public policy with a minor in information science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.