Today, the American Council of Cannabis Medicine announced that they have selected and participated in the NHCSA Building Bridges Program. To foster understanding and provide resources to the health care sharing sector and its millions of members throughout the country.
The American Council of Cannabis Medicine represents the voice of the American medical cannabis industry.
ACCM’s Next Frontier program bridges the gap between third-party payers and medical cannabis.
Scott Rancie, Vice President of Member Services, states that “ACCM was chosen because of our recognition as the premier industry organization.” “ACCM’s dedication to medical cannabis and wide range of resources made them the obvious choice. Leaders at NCHSA chose ACCM as their medical-cannabis organisation selection after learning about ACCM’s industry standardization and education.
ACCM can interact with voluntary benefits programs through their flagship Elevated States or Next Frontier programs. They provide the foundation for patient interaction, education, and programming. They manage the patient journey together.
“The NHCSA, our Building Bridges Program, and the NHCSA are committed to securing pertinent relationships with leading non-profit health and wellness organizations,” states Seni Sok (NHCSA Share The World Council member, Joppa Health Share CEO). “It is crucial that the Health Care Sharing Community flourishes and serves its members by working with leaders groups such as ACCM.”
ACCM is available to work with NHCSA, and interact with millions of health care sharing members on day one. ACCM’s programs are in line with the mission of NHCSA.
Next Frontier, ACCM, and ACCM, standardized the technical aspects of managing millions upon millions of patient interactions. This was possible through long-term, secure partnerships with CannaScriptsPBM and EM2P2. We are poised for industry transformation with suite aligned with the Member First Health Network (also a partner in NHCSA). This program was created for today’s state-centered medical-cannabis programmes using only a fraction of our capabilities. When federal schedule status changes occur, we are ready to work in any new environment. This program is based on traditional pharma’s operational environment. This allows members of aligned organizations to enjoy the same professionalism and ease of communication in medical-cannabis as in traditional pharma.
Greg Zappala is the Co-Chair of ACCM’s Professional Transition Committee. He is also Next Frontier Task Force Leader. “We are humbled by this selection and look forward working with the dedicated leaders in the health-care sharing industry. This partnership is a win-win because of our shared values and commitment to people.
You can learn more about the Elevated States initiative at: www.elevatedstates.org and at www.nextfrontier.us
You can find out more about the National Health Care Sharing Association by visiting www.nhcsa.org
The American Council of Cannabis Medicine (ACCM) is America’s “Voice of Medical Cannabis.” ACCM is America’s medical-cannabis sector. It supports millions of jobs in the United States and is supported by a growing grassroots movement that supports millions of beneficiaries. They produce, process and distribute medical marijuana through state-licensed programs. They are members of ACCM’s 15 standing committees. ACCM was founded in 2016 as a Capitol Hill work group. It has since evolved into a mission-driven 501c4. Our primary objective is to promote legislation that will advance medical cannabis at the federal level, and greatly improve access for state patients.
American Council of Cannabis Medicine, 202-349-9650 or www.accmforum.org.