Immerse yourself in focused workshops designed to provide interactive, bi-directional learning on hot button issues in the delivery of cancer care. Workshop participants will define, dissect, and brainstorm on identified challenges and opportunities.
To allow for an optimal learning environment, seating will be limited. You must attend the Annual Meeting in order to register for a deep dive workshop. When registering, please make your workshop selection.
Drill down into a key issue facing today’s cancer programs and practices: how to improve resiliency and reduce burnout in members of the multidisciplinary cancer team. Gain tactical strategies from two ACCC member programs that have successfully addressed these challenges, then participate in interactive group exercises to help identify personal and organizational behaviors that can contribute to an exceptional and thriving workplace. Data around common themes will be collected and developed into an article for ACCC’s peer-reviewed journal, Oncology Issues.
Participants will focus on two critical challenges that face cancer programs and practices today. The first: how to standardize patient education across all multidisciplinary cancer team members and multiple care settings to meet accreditation standards and improve shared decision-making. The second: how to bring together existing educational resources, new technologies, and the patient voice to improve patient engagement and survivorship care. Using real-life experiences from two ACCC member programs as case studies, attendees will break into small groups to problem-solve strategies and then share their collective ideas with the larger group.
A multidisciplinary panel will share their perspectives on real world challenges and actionable solutions related to immune-related adverse events (irAEs), implications of step therapy for the cancer care team, and post-immunotherapy survivorship. Participants will also hear directly from a patient who was personally impacted by each of these challenges.
This workshop is aimed at oncology practice leaders and hospital oncology service line executives looking to take their cancer care business and services to the “next level.” Participants will learn from—and share experiences with—peers who have progressed through and successfully executed a partnering opportunity. Case studies will be presented on two predominant forms of partnering: hospital-oncologist alignment and integration, practice management, and network affiliation. Hear an overview of the portfolio of available options and discuss legal, regulatory, and operational considerations. Time is allotted for robust interaction among attendees and faculty to identify troubling issues and brainstorm solutions.