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Oncology Reimbursement Meetings


We’re bringing back the ACCC Oncology Reimbursement Meeting with three virtual sessions this spring. Tune in for timely and engaging sessions that will provide you and your colleagues with the tools you’ll need to take on today’s rapidly changing healthcare landscape.
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During these live sessions, attendees will have the opportunity to:

  • Understand the data and metrics you should collect and report on to improve patient outcomes, eliminate waste, and reduce costs.
  • Gain insight on how to use data to drive quality improvement initiatives at your program or practice.
  • Identify opportunities for financial navigation to support revenue optimization at your institution.
  • Assess how COVID-19 is affecting the financial performance of your cancer program and how to improve revenue cycle management to optimize reimbursement, including how to use new codes for telehealth and virtual appointments.
  • Review changes to coding and billing for E/M services, including utilization projections.


What You Need to Do Now to Prepare for the RO Model and Other Value-Based Care Programs
Jordan Johnson, MSHA, BSRT, Director of Data Science, Legion Healthcare Partners
Available On-Demand

Oncology was granted a reprieve with yet another delay to the mandatory Radiation Oncology (RO) Model, but the value-based train is going full steam ahead under the new Administration. In addition, our healthcare industry continues to be deeply impacted by the ongoing pandemic, resulting in sweeping financial and operational changes to ensure sustainability and viability. This session will help you understand your data and leverage it to connect cost to outcomes and eliminate waste, which is key to the survival of today's oncology practices and programs.


How Financial Navigators Support Revenue Optimization
Rifeta Kajdic, Program Manager, Oncology Service Line, Saint Luke’s Cancer Institute
Angie Santiago, CRCS, Lead Financial Advocate-Oncology, Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center at the Thomas Jefferson University Health System

Available On-Demand

In addition to helping patients pay for life-saving cancer treatments, financial navigators provide critical revenue optimization support to their programs and practices. Learn the myriad responsibilities and tasks that financial navigators perform, with a specific focus on the how they can streamline pre-authorization and approval processes, optimize insurance benefits, provide support for denials, and help reduce charity write-offs and bad debt. Hear real-world case studies on how financial navigators can work with billers, coders, and others to improve revenue cycle management. Identify how and what metrics financial navigators should collect to show ROI on their services. Then, learn how to share this information with senior leadership to help support and grow your financial navigation services.


Impact of COVID-19 on Revenue Cycle Management: Practical Tools to Benchmark and Improve Processes
May 14, 2021, 3:00 – 4:00 PM EDT
Ricky Newton, CPA, Director, Cancer Specialists of Tidewater, Ltd.

Understand how COVID-19 has affected oncology facilities, including the impact on screening and preventative appointments and overall patient volume. Learn how utilizing telehealth and care management codes impacts your facilities bottom line with a free spreadsheet that models the utilization of these codes within your facility. Review other benchmarking tools to help improve your revenue cycle management.



Looking for the virtual ACCC Oncology Reimbursement Meeting from 2020? Watch those five sessions on-demand now.


This meeting is FREE to ACCC members as one valuable benefit of membership. Non-members may attend for the low registration rate of $155. Interested in becoming a member? Join today!

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Billers and Coders:
Each session is this program has the prior approval from the American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) for 1.0 continuing education hour. Granting of prior approval in no way constitutes endorsement by AAPC of the program content or the program sponsor.