As Congress continues to consider legislation to improve access to care after two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more important than ever to share the real-world impact that federal health policy has on cancer patients and care delivery with your congressional representatives.
The Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC) is pleased to continue to make advocacy more accessible to its members by once again offering an innovative way to experience advocacy trainings, legislative briefings, and congressional meetings in 2022.
Join colleagues from your state for the ACCC Virtual Capitol Hill Day* on Wednesday, June 15. You don’t need to be a “policy expert” or be familiar with specific legislation in order to participate. These meetings are an opportunity to share the challenges that you—and your patients—face, allowing you to help ensure that future legislation reflects the reality of cancer care delivery.
* Participation in the ACCC Virtual Capitol Hill Day is exclusive to ACCC members as one valuable benefit of membership. If you are not a member and would like to join, please explore our membership options.
ACCC 2022 Virtual Hill Day: Federal Policy and Advocacy Update
Hear from the ACCC policy team as they discuss advocacy priorities, ways to best prepare yourself for your Congressional visits, and tips to start thinking about “the story” of your patients and cancer program.
ACCC 2022 Virtual Hill Day
Wednesday, June 15, 2022 | All-Day Event
ACCC is pleased to continue to make advocacy more accessible to its members by once again offering an innovative way to experience congressional meetings in 2022. Join us for this all-day event and advocate for federal policies that improve access to quality cancer care.