AbstractBySubCategory

Quality Improvement

Science of Quality

2017 ASCO Quality Care Symposium

ABSTRACT TITLE FIRST AUTHOR ABSTRACT NO.sort descending
Pregnancy screening prior to chemotherapy initiation: A retrospective review. Brittany Kayla Rogers

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Implementation of surgeon-initiated Oncotype DX ordering among patients with breast cancer to reduce chemotherapy wait times. Katya Losk

166

Feasibility of collecting routine information for clinical and research purposes via electronic format questionnaire. Yuchen Li

167

Prediction of factors affecting clinical trial accrual at the Cancer Therapy and Research Center in San Antonio. Praveena Iruku

168

Timeliness to treatment in patients with lung cancer at UVA Cancer Center. Geda Tola

169

Investigating associations between health-related quality of life and endocrine therapy under-utilization in women with early-stage breast cancer. Laura C Pinheiro

170

How well is interdependent care managed across specialties in breast cancer? Metrics and pre-implementation data from the 4R in Oncology Project. Christine B. Weldon

171

Measuring quality in cancer care: Utilizing a clinical decision support system to assess pathway adherence. Debra A. Patt

172

Quality of Dutch integrated head and neck cancer care: Measurement and evaluation. Lydia Francisca Jacoba van Overveld

173

Oncology pharmacist opportunities: Closing the gap in quality care. Shannon Hough

174

The challenges of improving peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) care instructions at hospital discharge. Kerry L. Kilbridge

175

Improving hepatitis B screening prior to rituximab at a multispecialty urban hospital. Lakshminarayanan Nandagopal

176

Evaluating the efficacy of an advanced practice provider symptom management telephone triage program in reducing ED visits and “avoidable” admissions of oncology patients. Jorge Hirigoyen

177

Delays in treatment for colorectal cancer patients in an NCI-designated cancer center serving a Hispanic majority community. Tamna Wangjam

178

The implementation of a streamlined process for biomarker testing in medical oncology. Laavanya Dharmakulaseelan

179

Evidence-based guidance for peer review “best practices” in radiation oncology. Michael Donald Brundage

180

Breast conserving surgery and re-excision rates: A single-institution’s experience. Esther Dubrovsky

181

A person-centered e-proms multi-faceted intervention to improve patient experience and health outcomes: A multi-site implementation study in diverse ambulatory oncology practices. Doris Howell

182

Feasibility of a clinic-based central line care teach-back program for pediatric oncology families. Chris Ivette Wong Quiles

183

Implementation of a systematic method for the identification, tracking, and treatment of malnutrition in pediatric patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Jennifer Mangino

184

Cancer services phone triage center: Using live operators and state-of-the-art communication technology to improve the patient care experience. Michelle Carpentier

185

Clinical trials in Ontario’s quality-based funding model. Leta Forbes

186

Providing consistent patient education across the continuum of cancer care. Becky Hoff

187

Driving quality improvements of radiation treatment services through a centralized performance management approach. Victoria Karuna Hagens

188

A priority educational program at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre. Jasmine Grant

189

Utilizing patient reported outcomes for patients recieving oral chemotherapy. Emily R. Mackler

190

Risk factors for adverse outcomes in solid tumor interhospital transfer patients. Christopher Wee

191

Decreasing wait times for endobronchial ultrasound (EBUS). Karen L. Mackenney

192

Driving quality improvement with public reporting: Use of imaging tests outside guidelines for early-stage breast cancer in Ontario. Colleen Bedford

193

Increase in the patient wait-time and delays in the clinic workflow post-implementation of the electronic health record. Meyyammai Narayanan

194

Leveraging technology to facilitate distress screening. Susan Franco

195

Multidisciplinary cancer conferences as a forum for early identification of patients who can benefit from a palliative approach to care: INTEGRATE quality improvement project. Frances Catriona Wright

196

Improving patient care through implementation of a QOPI-focused interactive patient note template. Andrew Shaw

197

Educational program for medical residents in cancer pain management. Shyam Ravisankar

198

Impact of universal screening of colorectal cancer (CRC) for detection of Lynch syndrome (LS) at a Hispanic-predominant county hospital. Tyler William Snedden

199

Improving patient wait time by implementing visual management tools in an outpatient oncology infusion unit. Kit Yu Lu

200

The impact of interruptions on physician workflow, productivity, and delivery of care. Matthew C. Cheung

201

Development and pilot of brief surveys to evaluate the quality of patient-centered cancer care. Marcy Winget

202

Nutritional intervention in high-risk patients receiving radiation for a broad spectrum of tumor types. Chelsea Hertel

203

Timely antibiotic administration in febrile neutropenia. Ignatius Nyatsanza

204

Hepatitis B virus screening in patients receiving intravenous chemotherapy. Mylene Hernandez Remo

205

Association of surgical quality metrics and hospital-level overall survival for patients with head and neck squamous cell carcinoma. David W. Schoppy

206