On September 24, 2018, the Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC) submitted comments to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) on the agency's proposed CY 2019 Outpatient Prospective Payment System (OPPS) rule.
In its comments, ACCC recommends that CMS:
Read full comment letter here.
Read ACCC's CY 2019 OPPS proposed rule summary (requires login).
On September 10, 2018, the Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC) submitted comments to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) on the agency's proposed Physician Fee Schedule rule for calendar year 2019.
Read the ACCC CY 2019 PFS comment letter.
Read ACCC’s CY 2019 PFS proposed rule summary and ACCC’s CY 2019 OPPS proposed rule summary (requires login).
View this archived webinar from ACCC and legal experts from Hogan Lovells US LLP for an in-depth analysis of the calendar year (CY) 2019 Medicare payment rules. Learn how the proposed Hospital Outpatient Prospective Payment System (OPPS) and proposed Physician Fee Schedule (PFS) rules could affect your cancer program or practice.
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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.
Oncology Care Model (OCM) Collaborative
ACCC believes in the future of value-based care in oncology. The OCM Collaborative provides a forum for sharing innovative tools and resources and connects you with fellow OCM peers to implement complex changes to care delivery.
Visit this page to learn more about how to make the most of the collaborative for your practice through our online portal, as well as national and regional meetings.
Legislative Action Center
The ACCC Legislative Action Center is designed to keep ACCC members informed about current and upcoming legislation that may affect your cancer program or practice. Find out how to contact your legislators.
On Wednesday, March 14, ACCC members representing 26 states headed to Capitol Hill to speak up on behalf of access to quality cancer care in nearly 100 congressional meetings with their legislators. ACCC Capitol Hill Day 2018 participants addressed current legislative efforts and the impact new mandates would have on their patients and their cancer programs. This year's ACCC advocacy issues include support for:
Access, Payment & Reimbursement Reform
ACCC serves as a policy advocate to its hospital and physician practice members on federal legislative/regulatory issues and as an essential information resource on all Medicare reimbursement issues facing its hospital members.