EOM insights from ACCC and COA from Carevive
Carevive actively participated in two notable conferences, the ACCC Business Summit and the Community Oncology Alliance (COA) conference. These events brought cancer centers together to discuss business, technology, and policy, highlighting the need for innovative solutions in the face of nursing shortages, staff burnout, and the implementation of the new CMS model, the Enhancing Oncology Model. Reesa Sherin, a Clinical Strategist at Carevive, shared insights into the collaborations and synergies discovered during these conferences and highlighted the company’s role in supporting cancer centers in meeting the requirements of the enhanced oncology model.
Collaborative Solutions for Cancer Centers:
At the ACCC Business Summit, cancer centers united to find innovative ways to address current challenges, such as nursing shortages and staff burnout. The focus on the Enhancing Oncology Model and its implementation highlighted the need for support and guidance. Carevive stepped in, offering assistance in implementing the model, particularly in areas like electronic patient-reported outcomes (ePROs) and health-related social needs. By creating health-related social plans and addressing barriers to care, Carevive supports cancer centers in providing high-quality, patient-centered care.