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Montefiore Health System’s Community Health Worker Institute has mobilized a workforce of local community experts with the potential to change the way health care systems nationwide approach social drivers of health and health equity.
In her first Oncology Issues column, ACCC president Nadine J. Barrett, PHD, MA, MS, FACCC, shares her 2024-2025 ACCC President’s Theme.
This study evaluated the effects of regular physical activity on the physical health, psychosocial wellness, and quality of life of cancer survivors.
Discover how the Susan G. Komen’s Patient Care Center has been able to improve the accessibility for Spanish-speaking patients by bolstering their team of bilingual staff and leveraging technology.
Embedding counseling services into oncology and palliative care across 6 clinic locations landed this program a 2023 ACCC Innovator Award. Learn how this model allows patients to receive psychosocial care from treatment through survivorship.
Discover how St. Elizabeth Cancer Center launched a comprehensive program to perform outreach to patients with outstanding orders for lung, breast, and colon cancer screenings.
The importance of care coordination in managing the adverse effects of cancer treatment and navigating patient challenges such as emotional distress, isolation, financial toxicity, and lower quality of life.
Learn how Dorcy Cancer Center at St Mary-Corwin Hospital in Pueblo, Colorado, developed and implemented the model tobacco cessation program.
Learn about the critical role patient navigation plays in identifying, addressing, and dismantling health inequities across the cancer care continuum.
Explore 4 pillars for creating a differentiated patient experience through performance and service line optimization to increase patient access, implementation of system-wide navigation services, and more.
This Modern Healthcare virtual briefing gathered industry leaders to discuss how digital transformation and health equity will help shape the hospital of the future.
Despite scientific and medical advances, the incidence and mortality rates of cancer remain disproportionately high among certain populations. Understanding this, combatting the inequities that exist will be key to delivering next generation cancer care.
Adopting a human-centered approach to designing clinical trials that considers the preferences and experiences of rural patients with cancer and providers could increase patient enrollment and close care gaps.
Climate change is typically seen through an environmental, political, or socioeconomic lens. Yet it should also be seen as a catastrophic health threat as it will have an effect on the delivery of comprehensive cancer care.
The Collaborative Care Model uses the stepped care approach, enabling a flexible and personalized treatment approach that aligns with each patient’s specific needs.
This study at Atrium Health, Levine Cancer Institute, highlights the needs of patients with lung cancer and their care partners.
In view of the increasing demand for genetic counseling, Aurora Health Care developed this center to better understand the needs of patients with hereditary cancer syndromes.
The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center developed the James Cancer Diagnostic Center, to deliver a comprehensive assessment of signs or symptoms of malignancy in a timely fashion.
The interdisciplinary team at Baptist Health, Miami Cancer Institute evaluated existing processes and leveraged technology to improve oral oncolytic compliance through education, consent, and adherence standards.
Backed by strategic partnerships, ACCC held a multistakeholder meeting focused on exploring the current state of psychosocial support in oncology.
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