Actionable tools, discussions with leading experts, and shared peer experiences deliver critical knowledge in oncology management with data-driven business, financial, and clinical support strategies. Topics included workforce issues, team-based care, recruitment and retention, strategic planning, EHR efficiencies, infusion center staffing, financial advocacy guidelines, care team well-being, and employment models.
Audience: All newcomers to oncology care and members of the multidisciplinary cancer care team, including nurse managers, physicians, and cancer program/practice administrators and managers.
Examined the challenges facing oncology pharmacy team members, from the rapid pace of new indications and drug approvals to complex treatment regimens and the shifting financial advocacy landscape.
Audience: Oncology pharmacy staff, pharmacy directors, physicians, nurses, and cancer program/practice administrators and managers.
Co-presented by the ACCC Financial Advocacy Network and ACCC Oncology Pharmacy Education Network.
CME/CE Accreditation and Credit Designation Statement: The Center for Accredited Healthcare Education is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. This activity will provide 6.00 contact hours (0.6 CEUs) of credit. The ACPE program number is 0383-0000-18-004-LO4-P. In order to obtain pharmacy credit, the participant must attend the entire conference, complete the program evaluation, and provide their ePID/NABP number & month/date of birth as requested in the online evaluation.
As OCM-practices transition through their second year, ACCC highlighted transformation success stories to evaluate the future feasibility of the model, and explored ongoing OCM advocacy efforts and operationalization achievements to answer the questions—How can I ensure my practice succeeds in OCM and what is our role in the future of value-based care?
Audience: Exclusive to cancer care professionals who are participating in the Oncology Care Model— including physicians, administrators, social workers, pharmacists, nurses, and others— as well as funders who specifically sponsor the OCM Collaborative.