At the forefront of setting patient-centered standards for cancer care
The ACS Cancer Programs provide tools, resources, and data that enable cancer programs to deliver comprehensive, high-quality, multidisciplinary, evidence-based, patient-centered care to patients with cancer and diseases of the breast.
The ACS is accepting applications through April 21, for a Medical Director of the ACS Cancer Programs. This position provides strategic, scientific, clinical, and operational oversight and leadership for the seven Cancer Programs as well as the four functional cores (Education, Administration, Quality Improvement, and Communications).
Indiana University’s Surgical Outcomes and Quality Improvement Center (SOQIC) in conjunction with ACS Cancer Programs, is excited to offer a funded, two-year, scholar opportunity in oncologic surgical quality and outcomes, health services, and health policy research for surgical residents and post-doctoral trainees.
CAnswer Forum LIVE 2022 will focus on a new shorter series of informational webinars on content of importance to registrars and other constituents who are part of the Cancer Programs accreditation programs.
In every issue, you’ll find the latest news and updates from all ACS Cancer Programs, including the Commission on Cancer (CoC), National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC), National Accreditation Program for Rectal Cancer (NAPRC), National Cancer Database (NCDB), American Joint Committee on Cancer (AJCC), ACS Cancer Research Program (ACS CRP), and Cancer Surgery Standards Program (CSSP).