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Quality Measurement

Science of Quality

2017 ASCO Quality Care Symposium

ABSTRACT TITLE FIRST AUTHOR ABSTRACT NO.sort descending
Understanding the landscape and challenges of end-of-life measurement among comprehensive cancer centers. Denise Morse

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Reliability of administrative data for evaluating the quality of systemic treatment for cancer. Melanie Lynn Powis

208

PROMs and PREMs in Dutch integrated head and neck cancer care: Measurements and evaluation. Lydia Francisca Jacoba van Overveld

209

The use of real-world data to examine comparative effectiveness research (CER) and treatment patterns in HER2-negative and triple-negative metastatic breast cancer (MBC): A systematic literature review. Monika Parisi

210

Patient-reported outcomes for performance measurement: Multi-institution challenges. Constance Barysauskas

211

Real-world concordance of clinical practice with ASCO and NCCN guidelines for EGFR/ALK testing in aNSCLC. John E. Ruggiero

212

Identification of quality care indicators in prostate cancer. Vicente Guillem

213

The Quality Oncology Practice Initiative program: Experience in Spain. Carlos Camps

214

Delays in access to palliative care services among cancer patients in South Texas. Sherri L. Rauenzahn

215

Resource utilization and provider variation in the care of patients with stage IV non-small cell lung cancer six months before death. Erin Aakhus

216

Improving consistency of high quality diagnosis, staging, and treatment using measurement. Shaheena Mukhi

217

Improving the measurement of clinician response to symptom screening: Auditing the symptom management of cancer patients in Ontario. Gillian Hurwitz

218

Quality indicators for cervical cancer care in Japan. Tomone Watanabe

219

Referral to infertility counseling in cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. Amanda Redden Hathaway

220

Are we choosing wisely? Operationalizing Choosing Wisely in the Ontario cancer system. Simron Singh

221

Examining measurement properties of the consumer-based cancer care value index (CCCVI) survey: A measure to identify quality improvement priorities in cancer care. San Keller

222

Measurement of person-centered care delivery of adult oncology in Ontario, Canada. Lesley Moody

223

Site variation in assessment of biomarkers on biopsy specimens in patients with metastatic disease. Jennifer J. Griggs

224

Understanding the patient experience of cancer treatment in Ontario, Canada: A qualitative study. Erica Bridge

225

Clinic level variation in emergency department and inpatient utilization in a community setting. Laura Panattoni

226

CAHPS Cancer Care Survey: Development, testing, and final content of a survey of patient experience with cancer care. Christian Evensen

227

Chemotherapy use near end of life (EOL): Measuring real world benchmarks. Joshua Kraut

228

Implementing routine assessment of patient-reported outcomes in cancer care. Kathi Mooney

229

In hindsight if treatment had begun early: A study to determine the OS and PFS in patients with stage III lung carcinoma based on the time elapsed from the diagnosis to start of treatment. Jyothirmai Seepana

230

Lung cancer quality of care in Uruguay: First experience in a public hospital. Maria Clara Rodriguez Palleiro

231

A natural language processing algorithm to measure quality prostate cancer care. Tina Hernandez-Boussard

232

A retrospective analysis of the quality of care in patients with advanced malignancies who received nivolumab at an upstate NY tertiary referral center. Adam Zayac

233