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begin-quoteLove the timeliness of the session topics. All cancer programs face similar challenges, and the presentations and conversations validated and enhanced our program’s strategic direction.

Susan Shields, MBA, RN, NE-BC Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Fort Worth, Klabzuba Cancer Center end-quote

 

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ACCC 37th [Virtual] National Oncology Conference

 

NOC-2020-on-demand-600x600The leading conference for innovation in cancer care delivery is now available on-demand!

Discover the convenience of viewing the ACCC 37th [Virtual] National Oncology Conference (#ACCCNOC) content from your home or office. From topics on diversity and inclusion to leadership growth, there is learning here for everyone on the cancer care team to take back valuable insight to their program or practice. Take your learning to new heights all while earning credit hours—from any device!

Participation in the enduring activities of the ACCC 37th National Oncology Conference (#ACCCNOC) will be available for 12 months and will award continuing education hours for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and administrators as appropriate.

If you registered for the virtual conference in September, on-demand access is included in your registration. If you did not, it’s not too late to purchase the on-demand package! Details below.

 

Register Today for #ACCCNOC On-Demand!

It’s not too late to experience the ACCC 37th [Virtual] National Oncology Conference. Immerse yourself in our inspirational and actionable keynote sessions, 2020 ACCC Innovator Award winner presentations, and facilitated roundtable discussions—while earning continuing education credits.

#ACCCNOC On-Demand Highlights:

  • Learn from your device where it’s convenient for you—watch presentations on your computer, tablet, or smartphone
  • Relive the conference experience with presentation slides with synchronized audio and video
  • Earn CME/CPE/CNE/ACHE-Q credit hours
  • Access more than 10 hours of breakout sessions and keynote presentations
  • Learn on your schedule with 24/7 online access
  • Personalize your #ACCCNOC On-Demand learning experience by tailoring your professional development to your own interests—on your own time.
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If you registered for the virtual conference in September, on-demand access is included in your registration. You can revisit the sessions for a deeper dive or catch the presentations you didn’t have time to watch. Visit courses.accc-cancer.org/p/ACCCNOC and use the same login credentials that you used to access the live event. Don’t remember your login? Simply click on “Reset Password” to gain access. If you are having trouble logging in, please contact us immediately or call 301.984.9496 ext. 200.
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Elevate Your Learning and Earn Credit Hours

Participation in the enduring activities of the ACCC 37th National Oncology Conference (#ACCCNOC) will be available for 12 months and will award continuing education hours for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and administrators as appropriate.

The breakdown of accreditation(s) per session and hour(s) offered are as follows:

Accreditation (s) Offered
 Title  CME CPE   CNE  ACHE-Q

Onboarding Experienced Non-Oncology Nurses to Address Staffing Shortages: Development of a Transitional Oncology Training Academy

 0  0  0.5 0.5

Utilizing Technology to Identify Patient Co-Morbidities and Reduce Hospital and ED Admissions 

 0  0  1.25 1.25 

Improve Oral Oncolytic Workflow and Reduce Treatment Delays with a Pharmacist Collaborative Practice Agreement

 1.25  1.25  1.25  1.25
 A Nurse Navigator-Led Community-Based Cardio-Oncology Clinic  0  0  1.25  0
 Reducing Readmissions after Chemotherapy with Predictive Modeling of Risk Factors  1.25  0  1.25  1.25
 Shifting Chemo Administration from Inpatient to Outpatient Setting Improves Care and Reduces Costs   1.25  1.25  1.25  1.25
 Integration of Prehab, Rehab, and Prospective Surveillance into Interdisciplinary Teams   0  0  1.25  1.25
 Total Hours  3.75  2.05  8.0  6.75

 

Alternative Payment Models in Cancer Care Workshop

As part of ACCC’s new Alternative Payment Model Coalition, we hosted a three-hour virtual workshop after the last session of #ACCCNOC that took a deep dive into the current landscape of alternative payment models—including OCMs, MIPS, ACOs, and more—to address concerns about lack of preparation to perform in these payment models, patient and provider access to the latest treatments, infrastructure considerations, and long-term sustainability. Participants learned from experts in the field, as well as their peers, through a program which incorporated didactic presentations and interactive breakout sessions.
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Learning Objectives

After participating in the ACCC 37th [Virtual] National Oncology Conference, participants will be better able to:

  • Review leadership strategies to enhance resilience among teams and organizations in response to adversities and to review strategies to improve the quality of cancer care
  • Integrate innovative approaches for onboarding experienced non-oncology nurses to address staffing shortages
  • Use targeted management algorithms to identify patient co-morbidities aiming to reduce hospital and emergency department admissions
  • Discuss the benefits of creating and implementing a collaborative pharmacist practice agreement to improve oral oncolytic workflow and reduce treatment delays
  • Explore the use of a 3D-printed lung nodule educational tool to help providers educate patients, reduce distress, and engage in shared decision-making
  • Outline approaches to implement a nurse navigator-led community-based cardio-oncology clinic to manage cardio-toxic side effects in oncology patients and improve patient quality of life
  • Identify clinical variables associated with increased risk of hospital and emergency department admissions using predictive modeling and proactively manage patients to reduce readmissions after chemotherapy
  • Adapt a transition plan to administer chemotherapy in the outpatient setting to improve care, lower infection rates, improve quality of life, and reduce cost of care
  • Investigate the role of prehab, rehab, and prospective surveillance in improving patient experience, reducing hospital stay, early identification of physical impairments, functional limitations, and/or treatment restrictions, and in palliative care for patients with advanced cancer
  • Examine strategies to address the disparities faced by women in oncology

 

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