by Amanda Patton, ACCC Communications
One way to ensure a place at the table? Invite everyone to lunch. On March 8 the Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC) did exactly that with its lunchtime Town Hall Meeting “Shift in Site of Care, Real or Fiction?” during the ACCC 39th Annual National Meeting.
Moderator William T. McGivney, PhD, asked panelists Christian Downs, JD, MHA, ACCC Executive Director; Joseph Bailes, MD, FACP, healthcare policy expert; and Eli Lilly & Company’s Byran Litton, MBA, to explore issues around the shift in site of care and its implications, as well as the move away from fee-for-service reimbursement to shared-risk models such as bundled payments, episode-based payments, and ACOs. Here’s what the panel had to say.
Shift in site of care—it’s real and it’s already underway.
Citing ACCC’s Cancer Care Trends Survey, now in its fourth year, Downs noted the continuing trend of…
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