Supported by 12 members of the Oncology State Societies at ACCC, the State Society Education Series provides educational content developed by esteemed professionals and leaders in the field on critical issues in oncology care delivery.
These invaluable resources provide unparalleled information and serve as a convenient review for all members of the multidisciplinary cancer care team.
Thursday, October 1
2:00 - 3:00 PM EDT
Most leaders know that change is essential for growth and progress. However, the change that’s occurring today is testing both teams and leaders on their ability to adapt and stay flexible like never before. Join Jackie Martin to gain insight into how you and your coworkers think, feel, and behave during times of drastic change, then apply these best practices to help you and your team make it through to the other side.
Presented by: Jackie Martin, Speaker, Trainer, Coach, A Matter of Motivation
Thursday, November 19
Throughout November, ACCC will host a [Virtual] Financial Advocacy Summit that will feature financial advocacy experts addressing topics such as financial advocacy for radiation oncology, how to track financial assistance benefits, and the benefits of having a fiscal watchdog monitoring your revenue cycle. Breakout regional Town Halls will bring together financial advocates in the same regions, enabling them to share information applicable to their patient demographic.
Gain insight into how the ASCO Survey on COVID-19 in Oncology Registry (ASCO Registry) is collecting information about patterns of symptoms and severity of COVID-19 infection, the influences on the delivery of cancer care, and decision-making for future disease outbreaks.
Presented by: Richard L. Schilsky, MD, FACP, FSCT, FASCO, Chief Medical Officer, Executive Vice President, American Society of Clinical Oncology; Randall A. Oyer, MD, Medical Director, Oncology Program, Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health
A review of the latest COVID-19 policy updates—and what they mean for your practice and patients—including regulations on telehealth flexibilities from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, and efforts to expand infusion of Medicare Part B drugs in patients’ homes.
Presented by: Marc Samuels, CEO; Lindsay Greenleaf, Vice President; Rachel Plummer, Manager; and Mica Laber, Senior Associate, ADVI.
Although many cancer programs have made significant headway in providing patient-friendly materials, health literacy related to cancer diagnosis, treatment, and post-treatment follow-up requires on-going attention. This webinar will give you a deeper understanding of the importance of evaluating your cancer program's current health literacy efforts, identify areas where simple quality improvement measures can lead to more effective communication, and be introduced to an easy-to-implement gap assessment tool* that will help improve health literate communications throughout the cancer care continuum.
Presented by: Elaine S. DeMeyer, RN, MSN, AOCN, Beyond Oncology
*This gap assessment tool is a product of the Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC) education project, Let's Be Clear: Communicating to Improve the Cancer Patient Experience. Additional health literacy resources may be found on the ACCC website here.
Dealing with a cancer diagnosis is stressful enough without having to worry about how to pay for treatment. This patient-facing brochure provides your patients with easily digestible information for exploring financial assistance programs through drug manufacturers and nonprofit organizations.