Discover how your program can adapt to, and benefit from, the changes in today’s dynamic cancer care landscape at ACCC’s Annual Meeting. Understand the latest reforms in the healthcare POLICY landscape. Learn how your practice can offer greater VALUE for your patients. Gain cutting-edge insight into higher QUALITY cancer care.
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. Approximately 20,000 cancer care professionals from 2,000 hospitals and practices nationwide are members of ACCC. As such, 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
The Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC) promotes the entire continuum of quality cancer care for our patients and our communities. Since 1974, ACCC has been helping oncology professionals adapt to the complex changes of delivering quality cancer care.
ACCC members rely on the Association to bring them information on cancer program management, reimbursement issues, legislative and regulatory changes at the state and national levels, community cancer program standards, NCI-funded community clinical research, hospital alliances and physician relationships, and more.
Approximately 20,000 cancer care professionals from 2,000 hospitals and practices nationwide are members of ACCC. It is estimated that 65 percent of the nation's cancer patients are treated by a member of ACCC.