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Learning from Projects Done in a Practice

Practice of Quality

2017 ASCO Quality Care Symposium

ABSTRACT TITLE FIRST AUTHOR ABSTRACT NO.sort descending
Effect of the establishment of a hematological multidisciplinary oral chemotherapy clinic at a community hospital on the number of emergency department visits. Patricia Disperati

50

Improving documentation of surrogate decision makers in medical oncology clinic. Melisa L. Wong

63

Increasing Epic staging module adherence in an academic cancer center. Julie Porter

64

Real-world treatment patterns and characteristics in patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia. Brad Schenkel

65

Impact of genomic profiling on treatment decisions for patients with melanoma and colorectal cancer cohorts. Eman Biltaji

66

Adoption of a regional physician peer review program for radiation oncology. Eleanor Elizabeth Harris

67

Administration of the ASCO Pain Survey to identify patient education deficiencies in patients with cancer. Chelsea Hagmann

68

Impact of a nurse-calling program on retaining patients with a new diagnosis of cancer. Anne Gross

69

Learning from near misses: Addressing nursing chemotherapy verification fatigue. Meghan Shea

70

Improving oral chemotherapy documentation in a breast medical oncology outpatient practice. Aarti Sonia Bhardwaj

71

Addressing the risk of infertility in young women with breast cancer (BC): A quality improvement (QI) intervention. Karen L. Smith

72

Palliative care pharmacists as advocates to conduct advance care planning. Joseph Ma

73

Improving immune-related adverse event management in a thoracic clinic. Meghan Shea

74

Oncology beyond the hospital: 7 years taking care of cancer patients from the very begining until the last consequences. Alberto Jacobo Cunquero Tomas

75

Bone marrow aspirate quality assessment. Rachael A. Safyan

76

Improving end-of-life care: Palliative care embedded in an outpatient oncology clinic. David Johnson Einstein

77

Challenges, barriers, and keys to success for sustainable quality improvement in oncology: A focus group of oncology quality leaders. Anne C. Chiang

78

Post-discharge venous thromboembolism prophylaxis for surgical oncology patients. Ashlie Nadler

79

Aggressive care at the end of life: A study of practice based factors in patients with stage IV cancer. Mohammad Omar Atiq

80

Use of patient-reported outcome measures in Quality Oncology Practice Initiative registered practices: Results of a national survey. Biqi Zhang

81

Determining needs for nonmedical support during cancer care. Michael N. Neuss

82

Feasibility of capturing radiation oncology quality metrics in a large integrated oncology practice. Ajay Dubey

83

Enhancing treatment planning workflow in radiation oncology. Arpine Khudanyan

84

Creating a radiation oncology oriented safety culture within a large oncology practice: Lessons learned. Ajay Dubey

85

Stakeholder perspectives on the use of telehealth to improve ambulatory care for chemotherapy patients in a large urban cancer centre. Samik Doshi

86

Feasibility of lay cancer patient navigation in an academic medical center on unmet needs of cancer patients. William Allen Wood

87

Inpatient 100% mortality review at a NCI Comprehensive Cancer Center Hospital. Angela Jain

88