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KYSCO Membership

Membership Benefits That Address Your Changing Needs

The Kentucky Society of Clinical Oncology (KYSCO) membership offers targeted resources that address state-specific challenges and promote solutions to help its members strengthen their practices’ bottom lines and meet the daily demands of providing quality cancer care:

  • Learning and networking with peers and Industry representatives at Spring/Fall Conferences;
  • Advocacy support to address policies that affect oncology care, including representation throughout the General Assembly and Interim Joint Committee Meetings to advocate for reimbursement, practice management, and access to care; representation with the Medicare carrier for MAC Jurisdiction 15 (Ohio & Kentucky); legislative participation through an interactive advocacy platform; and access to dedicated lobbyist and policy committee
  • Leadership opportunities on state board that provide strategic guidance and direction on state priorities and initiatives;
  • Free continuing education credits for clinicians to stay informed of best practices and advances in care;
  • Professional development opportunities to engage fellows and allied health professionals in the oncology care community;
  • Representation on the ASCO State Affiliate Council for a range of services that address the practical needs of oncology professionals;
  • Industry updates via KYSCO Connect Newsletter to stay informed of oncology breakthroughs;
  • Access to the KYSCO website, including a repository for clinical trials being conducted throughout Kentucky;
  • Engagement in KYSCO members-only community within the ACCCeXchange online discussion forum for local shared knowledge, insights, and real-time conversations among colleagues from every oncology discipline;
  • Multidisciplinary education and resources from the Association of Cancer Care Centers (ACCC).

Types of Annual Membership & Dues, January 1 - December 31:

  • Group: Licensed physicians and allied health professionals including but not limited to registered nurses, nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, pharmacists, physician assistants, administrators, social workers, and office managers in an oncology practice or university. Dues: Complimentary.
  • Regular: Licensed physician caring for patients with cancer. Dues: Complimentary.
  • Allied Health Professional:Healthcare staff person including but not limited to registered nurse, nurse practitioner, clinical nurse specialist, pharmacist, physician assistant, administrator, social worker, and office manager. Dues: Complimentary.
  • Fellow:Physician enrolled in subspecialty training program to care for patients with cancer. Dues: Complimentary.
  • Retired: Former physician or allied health professional who is no longer practicing.Dues: Complimentary.

Group Members

Group membership is the best way to extend KYSCO benefits to everyone on your cancer care team. If you are interested in Group membership (coming soon!) for your organization, please email the Membership Department.

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If you have questions about your membership, please email the Membership Department.