ACCC supportive care resources elevate the delivery of team-based care that addresses patients’ physical, psychosocial, spiritual, and financial needs at all stages of the cancer journey.
The Business Case for Hiring New Staff
A series of seven discipline-specific business briefs, including the justification for hiring oncology social workers, pharmacists, financial advocates, genetic counselors, and more.
Comprehensive Cancer Care Services
Financial Advocacy Network
Mindfulness Meditation Series
Increasing Health Literacy to Improve Decision-Making: eHealth and Financial Literacy
Plain & Simple: Strategies for Improving Health Literacy
Approaches to Shared Decision-Making: Webinar Series
Older Adults with Cancer Webinar Series
Financial Advocacy Playbook and Toolkit
Financial Advocacy Boot Camp
Geriatric Oncology Gap Assessment and Resource Library
Health Literacy Gap Assessment and Resource Library
Ask Me 3® Communication Tool
Mindfulness Meditation Series
Elevating Survivorship: Results from Two National Surveys
Practical Application of Geriatric Assessment: A How-to Guide
Health Literacy: From Assessment to Action
Shared Decision-Making: Practical Implementation for the Oncology Team
Caring for patients with acute myeloid leukemia (AML) depends on many factors and can vary as much as the patients themselves.
Learn why spiritual care is essential to comprehensive, high-quality cancer care, and discover how the administration of spiritual services has changed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Learn about the cultural and logistical barriers to end-of-life health equity and discover strategies that programs can implement to both address palliative care earlier in the care continuum and reduce health disparities.
We discuss how the legacy of racism in American healthcare continues to affect today’s research, and share strategies for cancer programs to effectively communicate with underrepresented and marginalized populations.
Explore the barriers and challenges that LGBTQ+ patients with cancer face, and how cancer programs can make their care more inclusive.
Laura Holmes Haddad shares how her battle with breast cancer changed her perception of the resources available to younger adults with cancer, and what cancer programs can do to meet their needs.
Comprehensive Cancer Care Adds Value—the Challenge Is Paying for It, ACCC Survey Finds
AJMC, Mar 5, 2022
In Survivorship Care, Many Models for Communication and Value
AJMC, Mar 3, 2022
Statement on the Value of Oncology Advanced Practitioners
Jan 27, 2021
Institute of Medicine. Crossing the Quality Chasm: A New Health System for the 21st Century. 2001.
Institute of Medicine. Delivering High-Quality Cancer Care: Charting a New Course for a System in Crisis. 2013.
Institute of Medicine. Cancer Care for the Whole Patient: Meeting Psychosocial Health Needs. 2008.
American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer. Cancer Program Standards: Ensuring Patient-Centered Care. 2016.