ACCC offers practical, problem-solving resources for multidisciplinary professionals working in the cancer care community. Individuals members of ACCC include cancer care providers in hospitals and practices, consultants, employees of non-profit healthcare organizations and representatives of companies who provide oncology-related products and services.
Become an ACCC Individual Member and take advantage of abundant opportunities to experience our multidisciplinary approach to cancer care, expand your business knowledge, and navigate a complex and ever-changing healthcare delivery system.
ACCC is member driven and our resources are based on real-word experiences. Surveys, focus groups, meeting sessions, site visits, and interactive workshops help inform the creation of our growing library of virtual content. You don’t have time to reinvent the wheel—and you shouldn’t have to.
We are hyper-focused on topics that matter most as you react and respond to the ramifications of COVID-19.
The bi-monthly Oncology Issues journal features member success stories that showcase inspiring care delivery advances achieved by multidisciplinary care teams in all setting of care.
ACCCeXchange is a dynamic members-only virtual community where you can tap into the shared knowledge of your peers. Gain insight from colleagues in every discipline of oncology.
The ACCC Patient Assistance and Reimbursement Guide has the most up-to-date information on cancer drug assistance and reimbursement programs to help patients alleviate the financial burden of treatment.
The ACCC Financial Advocacy Network, online Boot Camp program, and Financial Advocacy Services Guidelines support financial navigation services, and enhance professional development.
The ACCC Immuno-Oncology Institute is the leader in optimizing the delivery of cancer immunotherapies for patients by providing clinical education, advocacy, research, and practice management solutions for cancer care teams across all healthcare settings.
Navigate the annual changes in oncology reimbursement and regulations, and gain tools to strengthen your program’s operations at ACCC Oncology Reimbursement Meetings. Look for virtual meetings this year, free to members.
The National Oncology Conference provides peer-to-peer learning and proven approaches to real-world challenges, while the Annual Meeting offers solutions to meet the demands of business, workforce productivity, and value-based care delivery.
From the state to national level, ACCC lobbies on issues impacting oncology and represents members to federal agencies and the White House. Benefit from breaking public policy and advocacy information through regular legislative updates and webinars. Capitol Hill Day enables members to advocate for access to quality cancer care.
ACCC individual membership is open to any person engaged in health care services, who is interested in, involved in, or with a commitment to cancer care.
Dues are as follows:
ACCC membership runs July 1 – June 30.
ACCC houses a wealth of information as it relates to patient financial matters.
— Laquetta Allen, RN, BSN, OCN
University of Alabama at Birmingham Comprehensive Cancer Center
I attend ACCC conferences for my professional development. There is so much changing in the oncology world—and I get the best information from ACCC.
— Laurie Tyer, MSN, RN
Clinical Director of the Cancer Center
The Center for Cancer Care at Exeter Hospital