Advocacy and Public Policy
As community cancer care providers who experience first-hand the challenges of providing quality cancer care, ACCC members are the best positioned to educate decision-makers on how coverage and reimbursement issues affect community oncology.
ACCC provides members with the information and resources needed to effectively advocate on the issues that are important to them. Together, we can positively influence the future of community oncology. Visit our Legislative Action Center to learn more.
The ACCC OCM Resource Center provides answers to providers' questions on eligibility, reimbursement, and useful links related to this new payment model from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI).
The ACCC Legislative Action Center is designed to keep ACCC members informed about current and upcoming legislation that may affect your cancer center. Find out how to contact your legislators.
ACCC serves as a policy advocate to its hospital members on federal legislative/regulatory issues and as an essential information resource on all Medicare reimbursement issues facing its hospital members.
ACCC continues to monitor, respond, and communicate to our physician practice members any changes in Medicare reimbursement to Part B covered drugs and biologicals, drug administration, and coding.
Medicare coverage policies and off-label issues continue to be a primary area of focus for ACCC. ACCC works to ensure patient access to new oncology drugs.