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ACCC 47th Annual Meeting & Cancer Center Business Summit

The ACCC 47th Annual Meeting & Cancer Center Business Summit (AMCCBS) will deliver a focused look at the hot button issues most impacting your cancer program or practice right now—and the strategies you’ll need to emerge positioned for success in this era of COVID-19 and beyond.

Explore cutting-edge, real-world examples to help you increase adaptability to new technologies, transform operations and care processes, and enhance the patient and provider experience in this new reality.

We’re finalizing the meeting dates and format right now. Check back here often for real-time updates, and sign up for the AMCCBS mailing list (via our sign-up box on this page) to be among the first to receive announcements!


Call for Business Case Studies Now Open!

We are experiencing a year of unprecedented change in our healthcare system. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on how patients access and cancer programs deliver care, dramatic shifts in staffing, and the urgent need for revenue optimization in a volatile economic environment are just a few of the challenges facing cancer programs and practices in 2020.

More than ever before, ACCC understands the need to ensure that education is developed in response to the most immediate and urgent needs facing its members. Based on research and member feedback, ACCC is seeking solutions and strategies to address emergent needs in the areas of:

  • Telehealth and Virtual Care Models
  • Revenue Optimization
  • Innovative Staffing Models
  • Diversity and Equity
  • Research and Cancer Clinical Trials

Cancer programs and practices face unique challenges so we do not want to exclude topics outside of this list for consideration. If you have creative solutions, relevant data, and practical strategies that address business, operational, and/or financial challenges facing physician and administrative leaders, healthcare executives, and cancer care providers, we encourage you to apply.

The submission deadline is Monday, November 9.
Apply Today!

  • Preference will be given to case studies that are evidence-based, data-driven, and demonstrate measurable outcomes, and should include effective practices that aim to improve quality, reduce costs, streamline operations, and/or enable the transition to value-based care.
  • There is no limit to the number of submissions by an individual or group.
  • Submissions from vendors and service entities are encouraged to include a provider-client counterpart as demonstration of the service or application presented.
  • Submission implies a commitment to participate in a session planning call, work with ACCC to develop a professional-quality meeting session, promote their session to peers, and participate in live Q&A and networking opportunities during the meeting.
  • Accepted presenters will receive complimentary meeting registration.


Notification of acceptance will be received by Monday, December 14.

Who Should Apply? The call for business case studies is open to all healthcare providers, oncology stakeholders, thought leaders, and consultants in the business of cancer care delivery. ACCC members and non-members are eligible to submit. Please forward this email to any colleagues who would be interested in this opportunity.

Questions? Please contact Monique J. Marino, Director, Editorial Content and Strategy, Association of Community Cancer Centers.




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