AbstractBySubCategory

Use of IT/Analytics to Improve Quality

Practice of Quality

2017 ASCO Quality Care Symposium

ABSTRACT TITLE FIRST AUTHOR ABSTRACT NO.sort descending
ONCOPRE: A new chemotherapy benefit prediction model to assist treatment decision making. Dimas Yusuf

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Using cancer registry data to improve adherence with breast cancer pathways. Karen K. Fields

127

Quality, clinician and information technology (IT) partnership for metric reporting. Andrea Segura Smith

128

Harmonization of patient-reported outcomes into EHRs at four cancer hospital outpatient clinics for patient care and quality assessment. Arlene Chung

129

Cancer patients' answers to surveys: Incorporation into the electronic health record (EHR) can decrease manual data entry and increase patient-centered information. Katy E. French

130

Use of a comparative database to identify excessive hematology/medical oncology hospital days and readmissions. Brian Halbert

131

Monitoring inbaskets with feedback to providers enhances the timeliness of patient care. Kerin B. Adelson

132

An EPIC electronic decision support tool to identify percentage of patients with stage IV thoracic or gastrointestinal malignancy who would benefit from concurrent palliative care but do not currently receive it. Kerin B. Adelson

133

Use of a secure mobile application to inform clinicians on adverse event management and drug-drug interactions for ribociclib: Experiences with CT scholar in ribociclib clinical trials. Tania Small

134

Quality of information addressing treatment options for women with breast cancer on NCI cancer center websites. Caleb Dulaney

135

Routine physical function assessment through a Branching Logic Electronic Symptom Survey (BLESS) vs. the 32-combined item HAQ-DI + WHODAS (HW) survey: A quality improvement controlled trial. Emily Tam

136

Developing and piloting an electronic telephone triage application. Peter G. Ellis

137

Creating a multi-payer provider database for cancer outcomes research. Anne-Marie Meyer

138

Improving cancer treatment handoffs: Wilmot Cancer Institute’s (WCI) ASCO Quality Training Program experience. David W. Dougherty

139

Quantifying the electronic medical record implementation to stabilization curve. Sarah Kadish

140

Effect of physician-level performance feedback on pattern of structured cancer stage entry. Chintan Pandya

141

Leveraging a software application to prepare for regulatory inspection within a hematopoietic cellular therapy program. Betsy Blunk

142