Carevive is excited to present at the ACCC 47th Annual Meeting & Cancer Center Business Summit, March 1–5, 2021. This conference will be a fully virtual experience that will deliver a focused look at the hot-button issues impacting your cancer program today, and the strategies you’ll need to emerge positioned for success tomorrow.
AMCCBS Virtual will examine timely, real-world case studies from organizations that used the opportunity created by this crisis to forge a new path forward. They’ll demonstrate how to lead your cancer program or practice through change by accelerating digital health capabilities, transforming business operations and care processes, and enhancing the patient and provider experience. Sessions will explore these focus areas—and more:
- Cancer Care in the COVID-19 Era
- Telehealth, Virtual Care Models, and Remote Monitoring
- Cancer Service Line Efficiency and Revenue Optimization
- Financial Impact of the Radiation Oncology Model
- Managing for Success
- New Models in Clinical Trials and Cancer Research
- The Next Wave in Oncology Transactions
- Understanding Antitrust and Oncology
Carevive Session 1: March 2, 12-12:30pm
Track: Telehealth, Virtual Care Models, and Remote Monitoring
The Role of Remote Cancer Symptom Management in An Evolving Reimbursement Landscape
- Ethan Basch, MD, MSc – University of North Carolina
- Nadia Still, DNP, RN – Sr. Director of Client Services, Carevive
- Madelyn Trupkin Herzfeld – Founder and Vice Chair, Carevive
- Bruno Lempernesse – Chief Executive Officer, Carevive
Learn about the latest research findings on Patient-Reported Outcomes, the role of remote symptom management (RSM) in an evolving reimbursement landscape, how to implement RSM in your practice, and how to use insights from patient experience data to inform the future of cancer care.
Carevive Session 2: March 5, 1-2pm
Track: Research and Clinical Trial Networking Event
Remote Symptom Monitoring Drives the Carevive OPT-IN® Research Program
- Debra Wujcik, PhD, RN, FAAN – VP, Research & Clinical Operations, Carevive
Learn about Carevive’s studies evaluating the real-world cancer patient experience using remote symptom monitoring, why your cancer program should participate in the studies, and how to get started.
WHO WILL ATTEND
AMCCBS Virtual will unite leading stakeholders from across the health ecosystem—in a dynamic virtual setting. Learn alongside the healthcare providers and business leaders who are redesigning care delivery and creating dramatic transformations in the business of cancer care.