The Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC) and Cancer Center Business Summit (CCBS) are once again presenting a national meeting where the intersection of Business, Quality, Technology, and Policy leads to solutions in cancer care delivery.
The ACCC 48th Annual Meeting & Cancer Center Business Summit (AMCCBS), March 2-4, 2022 is a 3-day meeting held at the Washington Hilton in Washington, DC where leading experts in oncology—including cancer care providers and business leaders—will convene to get the big picture perspective.
With hundreds of attendees from private practices to hospital-based cancer programs, large healthcare systems, and major academic centers, AMCCBS provides a unique and valuable opportunity for your organization to network with leading community oncology groups, hospital oncology service line leaders, cancer center executives, physician leaders, practice administrators, and other cancer care stakeholders who are looking for ways to help position their programs for success, while addressing the most critical issues affecting their businesses today.
When you join as a sponsor, you have the ability to present your sales and marketing messages directly to hundreds of oncology healthcare professionals who make purchasing decisions at their hospitals and cancer practices, initiate product evaluations, and demonstrate how your products and technologies can support their work in patient care.
The ACCC 48th Annual Meeting and Cancer Center Business Summit will build visibility for your company among its robust roster of attendees and expand your prospect base in a competitive marketplace.
More than 28,000 cancer care professionals from over 2,100 hospitals and practices nationwide are affiliated with ACCC. It is estimated that 65 percent of cancer patients are treated by a member of ACCC.
ACCC represents cancer care professionals from every discipline in oncology—working in every care delivery setting. From private practices to hospital-based cancer programs, large healthcare systems, and major academic centers, ACCC members address the most critical issues in quality cancer care delivery.
In addition, 35 state oncology societies are ACCC Chapter Members—19 of which are managed by ACCC. Individual physicians, medical and radiation oncologists, and others associated with cancer care, have chosen to become ACCC individual members.
If you wish to learn more about sponsorship opportunities for the ACCC 48th Annual Meeting & Cancer Center Business Summit, please email Erin Knight, Senior Manager, Exhibits and Corporate Relations.