The Patient-Centered Oncology Care® (PCOC) Conference

The 2024 Patient-Centered Oncology Care conference will focus on a central theme, Innovations in Cancer Care: Tales from the Frontline. This conference will showcase panel discussions, keynote speakers, and networking opportunities, giving guests the opportunity to hear firsthand about new developments, recent experiences, and challenges from industry professionals and thought leaders.

Join us and take part in these important discussions to help pave the way toward improving of the cancer journey.

This in-person event is COMPLIMENTARY for health care providers, administrators, and allied health professionals. For anyone else who is interested in attending, please contact us at


This year’s conference will feature a panel of distinguished speakers who will share their insights, experiences, best practices, and innovative approaches to delivering high-quality, patient-centered care. At this conference, you will have the opportunity to network with fellow health care professionals, learn from the experiences of others, and gain valuable insights into the latest research and trends in patient-centered care. Our expert panel will cover a wide range of topics, such as new treatments and therapies, patient engagement and communication, and more.


The agenda for this year’s conference will explore a wide range of topics and focus on addressing the unique needs and perspectives of patients with cancer and their families. We believe that by working together, we can ensure that patients with cancer receive the best possible care. We invite you to join us for this informative conference, and we look forward to engaging with you and learning from your experiences and perspectives. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of those affected by cancer.

Check back in the upcoming weeks to view the final agenda and list of speakers!

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Attendance to the annual Patient-Centered Oncology Care conference is complementary to oncology stakeholders including: payers, providers, pharmacists, and policy leaders.

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Gil Hernandez
Vice President

Kevin George
Senior National Oncology Accounts Manager

Shaye Zyskowski
National Oncology Accounts Manager


The American Journal of Managed Care®, (AJMC®) top priority is the safety and security of our attendees, faculty, staff, and operational personnel. As we develop the programming for this program, AJMC® is working diligently to implement health- and safety-protocols based on the advice of health experts and the latest guidelines and local regulations to mitigate the risk of exposure to COVID-19 and to optimize health and safety conditions for attendees during the event.

Here are examples of the safety precautions being put in place for your safety.

Social Distancing

Seating within the session rooms will afford distancing from other attendees.
Aisles and rows within the meeting space will be enlarged.

Appropriate signage and floor decals indicating proper social distancing will be in place in high-traffic areas.
Software to facilitate Q&A sessions will be implemented for attendee use to reduce unnecessary movement within the meeting space.

Personal Protection

The registration process is being streamlined to reduce wait time and minimize contact.

Hand sanitizer stations will be positioned throughout the meeting space.

Venue staff will disinfect all public spaces with increased frequency throughout the day, and for multi-day programs, replace table linens and disinfect all hard surfaces in
the meeting space at the end of each meeting day.

Catering staff will follow local and state guidelines surrounding food and beverage distribution.

A designated COVID-19 Compliance Representative will be on-site to answer questions and address any concerns.

Because of the importance of maintaining a safe environment for all attendees, we reserve the right to refuse entry or remove an individual from the event if any such protocols are breached.

Personal Accountability Commitment

By attending this AJMC® program, you agree to abide by and engage in certain health- and safety-beneficial conduct while attending the event.

Despite the protocols we have put in place, no precautions can completely eliminate the risk of exposure to COVID-19 or other airborne illness. Attendance at any public event increases the risk of contracting COVID-19 or other airborne illness. Attendees assume all risk associated with attendance.

The PCOC conference was created to connect all oncology stakeholders, including payers, providers, pharmacists, and policy leaders.

To register, click the LinkedIn registration button at the top of the page, or visit and click “Register” next to the countdown timer on the homepage.

You can register up until the day of the event.