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34th National Oncology Conference

Highlights from Nashville!

The ACCC 34th National Oncology Conference, October 18-20 in Nashville broke attendance records as nearly 800 cancer care professionals and thought leaders convened to explore the challenges and opportunities in the many facets of oncology care. This year’s #ACCCNOC sessions focused on “how-to” strategies for overcoming the complexities of delivering high-quality cancer care in an era of new technology, treatment modalities, and care delivery systems.

Conference sessions addressed hot-button issues including electronic health record optimization, shared decision-making, immunotherapy, supportive care services, and more!

News Coverage of the ACCC 34th National Oncology Conference

EHRs (Expensive, Hideous? Required!) via ACCCBuzz

National Oncology Conference—What’s New About “How To”? via ACCCBuzz

Live Coverage of the ACCC 34th Annual National Oncology Conference via ACCC

Association of Community Cancer Centers Honored Medical Oncologist and AMA President-Elect Barbara L. McAneny with National Award via ACCC

Loma Linda University Cancer Center Receives Award at National Oncology Conference via Valley News

Experts Strategize Next-Generation Multidisciplinary Cancer Care via OBR

NM health care CEO joins former presidents' ranks with national award via Albuquerque Business First

Loma Linda University Cancer Center Receives 2017 ACCC Innovator Award via Highland News

Cancer Game Changer: Advocate Medical Group in Park Ridge Receives Innovator Award for Cancer Advancements via Illinois Patch

Understanding Cancer's Financial Landscape via CURE

Addressing the Needs of Older Patients With Cancer via CURE

Bringing Quality Cancer Care Closer to Home via CURE

Building Community Partnerships to Improve Cancer Outcomes via CURE

Dr. Barrett on Addressing Cancer Disparities via OncLive

Dr. Butler on the Importance of Health Literacy Initiatives via OncLive

Dr. Blau on a Research-Based Approach to Meet OCM Requirements via OncLive

Dr. Ruiz on the HIV-Oncology Clinic Program via OncLive

Dr. Kim on the Need for EAPathways as a Decision-Making Tool via OncLive

Association of Community Cancer Centers Presents Achievement Award to AMA President-Elect via HemOnc Today

Drug-specific videos provide consistent chemotherapy education for patients via HemOnc Today

Free texting service keeps patients’ families updated during cancer surgeries via HemOnc Today

‘Song-cologist’ uses healing power of music to make personal connections with patients via HemOnc Today

Community engagement, partnerships can reduce cancer disparities, improve population health via HemOnc Today

Cancer survivor: Clinicians can help patients through emotional support, meaningful communication via HemOncToday

Lay navigators improve quality of cancer care, reduce costs via HemOnc Today

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ACCC recognizes its 2017 Innovator Award Winners for their pioneering programs in advancing care delivery.

Download the #ACCCNOC Presentations

National Oncology Conference registrants can download session presentations on their desktop or laptop. Go to bit.ly/2017NOC and select the “5 HTML” button. You will be prompted to enter your conference registration email address and the password NOC2017 (URL and password are case-sensitive). If you updated your password, please enter that information.

Click on the agenda icon at the top of the screen. Select the session title, and then go down to the “Links” section. If a presentation was provided by the speaker, you can click on the pdf file. When the presentation opens, “right-click” to save or print. Questions? Please email us for assistance.

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