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Renaissance Washington 999 Ninth Street NW Washington , District of Columbia 20001
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ACCC Annual Meeting & Cancer Center Business Summit 2018 - Association of Community Cancer Centers

Attendees

830

Exhibitors

55

Register

$350 - $1,025

Overview

Event Overview:

Healthcare reform is undergoing a wave of radical change and disruptive innovation, with stakeholders transitioning to value-based care delivery models to reduce costs and improve quality of care. At the same time, leveraging advanced technologies, experimenting with various business models, and developing new relationships are changing the way that medicine is practiced.

Attend the ACCC 44TH ANNUAL MEETING & CANCER CENTER BUSINESS SUMMIT, where this convergence of BUSINESS, QUALITY, TECHNOLOGY, and POLICY will be explored through interactive, collaborative learning.

Leading experts in oncology - including cancer care providers and business leaders—will come together to focus on innovation in oncology. Hear cutting-edge approaches for navigating these inevitable business and policy-related changes in oncology, including:

  • Alternative Payment Models & the Impact on Oncology
  • Integrated Cancer Care Teams: Opportunities & Challenges
  • Identifying High Cost Cancer Patients & Developing Successful Interventions
  • Technology’s Role in the Redesign of Oncology
  • Patient Engagement & Expectations - What’s Realistic & Where Do We Need to Go?
  • Managing the Data Explosion
  • Federal Health Policy Affecting Oncology

Attendee Information:

TODAY’S FOREMOST EXPERTS IN CANCER CARE - including healthcare executives, business leaders, and multidisciplinary providers - will come together to focus on care delivery and business models, federal healthcare policy, reimbursement and payment reform, strategic service line planning, hospital and practice alignment strategies, budgeting and contracting, and data collection and reporting.

The Annual Meeting will draw a diverse audience. Interact with oncology professionals from around the country who face similar organizational challenges. Develop partnerships with cutting-edge industry partners that offer solutions to meet the demands of business, workforce productivity, and value-based care delivery.

All individuals engaged in cancer care operations should attend the ACCC 44th Annual Meeting & Cancer Center Business Summit, including:

  • Hospital presidents/CEOs/COOs/VPs/trustees
  • Hospital c-suite executives (operations, development, finance)
  • Medical directors
  • Oncology specialists (medical, radiation, and surgical)
  • Oncology program and practice administrators, managers, and service line executives
  • Healthcare consultants, vendors, and suppliers
  • Pharmaceutical and biotechnology manufacturers
  • Cancer program marketing and public relations professionals

Experience Capitol Hill Day

Represent your cancer program - and your patients - on March 14. This is your opportunity to share your story with lawmakers so they better understand the realities and challenges of delivering cancer care in your community. Advocate for improved research funding, greater access to quality healthcare, and payment reform. ACCC Capitol Hill Day is included in the Annual Meeting registration. You must be an ACCC provider member to participate.

Exhibitor / Sponsor Information:

The Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC) invites you to exhibit at the Annual Meeting. ACCC has helped oncology professionals adapt to the complex challenges of delivering quality cancer care, streamlining operations, and integrating new technology and innovative therapies. ACCC gives you the opportunity to reach the nation’s oncology community. You will also have the opportunity to reach the state-level oncology societies.

When you join ACCC this year as an exhibitor, you will have the opportunity to personally present your sales and marketing message to hundreds of oncology healthcare professionals who make purchasing decisions at their organizations. Conference attendees initiate product evaluations, purchase products for use in their hospital/practices, and provide direct patient care utilizing your products and services.

Your exhibit will be well attended and highly visible. Program hours and exhibit hours have been coordinated to be mutually exclusive - that is, your exhibit time will not compete with other activities. An exhibit reception, two coffee breaks, lunch break, and breakfast will be held within the exhibit hall - ensuring outstanding exposure.

The Annual Meeting is sure to be one of community oncology’s most innovative and impactful events. Exhibit space is limited. Be sure to apply early and secure your exhibit space before it sells out

About ACCC:

The Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC) is a powerful community of more than 23,000 multidisciplinary practitioners and 2,000 cancer programs and practices nationwide.

Founded in 1974, ACCC brings together healthcare professionals across all disciplines in oncology to promote quality cancer care. It is estimated that 65 percent of the nation's cancer patients are treated by a member of ACCC.

Agenda

Mar 14   

7:00 – 9:00 AM
Capitol Hill Day Registration, Breakfast, and Issues Overview

10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Capitol Hill Meetings and Lunch (Exclusive to ACCC Provider Members)

3:00 – 6:00 PM
Annual Meeting & Cancer Center Business Summit Registration Open

5:00 – 6:00 PM
ACCC Meet and Greet (Open to Provider Members)

6:00 – 7:00 PM
Welcome and Opening Reception in the Exhibit Hall

Mar 15   

7:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Registration Open

7:00 – 7:55 AM
Breakfast in the Exhibit Hall

7:55 – 8:05 AM
Welcoming Remarks & Introductions
Mark S. Soberman, MD, MBA, FACS, ACCC President
Christian G. Downs, JD, MHA, ACCC Executive Director
Michael L. Blau, Esq., Foley & Lardner, LLP

8:05 – 9:05 AM
Innovation in Cancer Care Delivery
Moderator:
Harlan Levine, MD, Chief Strategy Officer, City of Hope
Panelists:
Roy A. Beveridge, MD, Chief Medical Officer, Humana
Barbara McAneny, MD, FASCO, MACP, President, American Medical Association
Anand Shah, MD, MPH, Chief Medical Officer, Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation, CMS
Greg Simon, JD, Biden Cancer Initiative

The federal government, provider organizations, payers, and private sector are applying forward-thinking approaches to transform the status quo in cancer. Hear about ongoing efforts to create a health system that is more patient-centered, cost-efficient, and outcome-focused.

9:05 – 9:50 AM
General Session: Trends That Will Change the Practice of Oncology
Moderator:
Deirdre Saulet, PhD, Practice Manager, The Advisory Board
Panelists:
Jo Duszkiewicz, Vice President and Administrator for Cancer Services, Renown Health Institute for Cancer
Mark Liu, Director of Strategic Initiatives, Mount Sinai Health System

Hear key takeaways from the Oncology Roundtable on the most noteworthy trends that can impact your strategic planning, budgeting, and bottom line in 2018, with findings cited from the 2017 Trending Now in Cancer Care Survey, a partnership between ACCC and The Advisory Board.

9:50 – 10:20 AM
Networking Break in the Exhibit Hall

10:20 – 11:05 AM
General Session: The Convergence of the “Big Data” Explosion, Workforce Shortages, Clinical Advancements, and Payment Reform
Moderator:
Kavita Patel, MD, MS, FACP, Nonresident Fellow, Brookings Institution
Panelists:
Bobby Green, MD, MSCE, Senior Vice President, Clinical Oncology, Flatiron Health
Michael Kolodziej, MD, FACP, Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer, ADVI Health
Brenda Nevidjon, RN, MSN, FAAN, Chief Executive Officer, Oncology Nursing Society
Michael V. Seiden, MD, PhD, Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, McKesson Specialty Health and The US Oncology Network

The seismic shift in healthcare delivery and payment models requires every cancer program and practice to rethink its business model, structure, and mode of operations. Gain a big-picture perspective on four daunting challenges, then take home insights that can help you effectively lead your program during this time of transformational change.

11:15 AM – 12:00 PM

Track 1: BUSINESS

Track 2: QUALITY

Track 3: TECHNOLOGY

Track 4: POLICY

Hospital & Physician Alignment Strategies

Moderator:
Michael L. Blau, Esq., Foley & Lardner, LLP
Panelists:
George Daneker Jr., MD, Cancer Treatment Centers of America
Suanne Gersdorf, FACHE, Oklahoma Cancer Specialists
Kelley D. Simpson, MBA, Oncology Solutions, LLC

12:00 – 1:10 PM
Lunch in the Exhibit Hall

1:10 – 1:55 PM
General Session: Integrated Cancer Care Teams: Opportunities & Challenges
Moderator:
Kavita Patel, MD, MS, FACP, Nonresident Fellow, Brookings Institution
Panelists:
Mark S. Soberman, MD, MBA, FACS, President, Association of Community Cancer Centers
Thomas Asfeldt, MBA, RN, Director, Outpatient Services & Radiation Oncology, Sanford Cancer Center
Robin Hearne, RN, MS, Director, Cancer Services, The Outer Banks Hospital

Oncology professionals must assess how to move from siloed care models to a future in which care is coordinated around the patient and disease. From the 2017 ACCC Institute for the Future of Oncology forum, we’ll discuss the five top-level takeaways that reflect the powerful forces that are shaping next gen multidisciplinary cancer care.

2:05 – 2:50 PM

Track 1: BUSINESS

Track 2: QUALITY

Track 3: TECHNOLOGY

Track 4: POLICY

Physician Practice Models that Succeed in a Value-Based World

Moderator:
Ronald R. Barkley, MS, JD, Cancer Center Business Development Group
Panelists:
Ann Marie Edwards, Alliance Cancer Specialists
Brad Prechtl, MBA, Florida Cancer Specialists
Jim Wade III, MD, FACP, FASCO, Cancer Care Specialists of Central Illinois, SC

2:50 – 3:20 PM
Networking Break in the Exhibit Hall

3:20 – 4:05 PM

Track 1: BUSINESS

Track 2: QUALITY

Track 3: TECHNOLOGY

Track 4: POLICY

Organizing and Optimizing a Regional Cancer Delivery System

Moderator:
Michael L. Blau, Esq., Foley & Lardner, LLP
Panelists:
Kathleen LaRaia, MS, Munson Healthcare
Matt Sturm, MBA, ECG Management Consultants

4:15 – 5:00 PM

Track 1: BUSINESS

Track 2: QUALITY

Track 3: TECHNOLOGY

Track 4: POLICY

Hospital & Practice Benchmarking Models

Moderator:
Christian G. Downs, JD, MHA, ACCC
Panelists:
Bo Gamble, Community Oncology Alliance
Teri Guidi, MBA, FAAMA, Oncology Management Consulting Group
Elaine Towle, CMPE, American Society of Clinical Oncology

5:30 – 7:45 PM
Downtown Washington D.C./Chinatown Tour
Explore the rich history of our nation’s capital and some its most iconic landmarks as you embark on a private tour of downtown D.C., including one of our most popular neighborhoods—Chinatown. Then, gaze at the prominent figures who shaped America’s culture in a guided walk through the National Portrait Gallery.

$35 per person and available to first 30 registrants.

Mar 16   

7:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Registration Open

7:00 – 8:00 AM
Breakfast in the Exhibit Hall

8:00 – 9:00 AM
ACCC House of Delegates/Business Meeting (Open to All)

9:00 – 9:45 AM
General Session: Technology’s Role in the Future of Community Oncology
Moderator:
John Doulis, MD, Chief Information Officer, Health Investment Partners Fund
Panelists:
Barry Russo, MBA, Chief Executive Officer, The Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders
Glenn Balasky, Executive Director, Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers (invited)
Charles Saunders, MD, Chief Executive Officer, Integra Connect

Information technology is being adopted to help streamline operations, improve care quality, and reduce costs. From finding inefficiencies in operational processes to developing symptom management pathways, bolstering patient care through remote monitoring, and using data to optimize value-based care performance, technology has become an integral player in today’s cancer care team. Explore several of the tools that are shaping the future of oncology—today!

9:45 – 10:15 AM
Networking Break in the Exhibit Hall

10:15 – 11:00 AM

Track 1: BUSINESS

Track 2: QUALITY

Track 3: TECHNOLOGY

Track 4: POLICY

Strategies for Mitigating the Financial Impact of Cancer Treatment

Moderator:
Krista Nelson, MSW, LCSW, OSW-C, BCD, Providence Cancer Center
Panelists:
Erin Bonde, Froedtert and the Medical College of Wisconsin Clinical Cancer Center
Jacki Sobieski, Froedtert and the Medical College of Wisconsin Clinical Cancer Center
Melanie Woodland, Saint Alphonsus Health System

11:10 – 11:55 AM
Patient Engagement in Value-Based Care: Real-World Case Studies Using Shared-Decision Making and ePROs
Moderator:
Carrie Tompkins Stricker, PhD, RN, AOCN, Chief Clinical Officer, Carevive
Panelists:
Brad Bott, MBA, CCRP, Director, Oncology Clinical Program, Intermountain Healthcare
Ethan Basch, MD, Director, Cancer Outcomes Research Program; Professor, Medicine and Public Health, UNC-Chapel Hill Cancer Prevention and Control
Nancy Lutz Paynter, MBA, CHCP, Director of Learning & Clinical Integration, Medical Affairs, Genentech

Expert panelists will share perspectives on a collaborative research initiative—designed to advance the science of patient engagement—using shared decision making to align clinician and patient understanding of care goals, while systematically enabling electronic capture of Patient-Reported Outcomes (PROs) and solicitation of patient values, preferences, and care goals.

11:55 AM – 1:00 PM
Annual Meeting Adjournment and Lunch

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