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Survivorship Care Plans

Care Coordination and Financial Implications

2017 Cancer Survivorship Symposium

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Survivorship care plans: Processes, effective strategies, and challenges in a rural state. Mary Isaacson

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Is survivorship care plan discussion important to patients? Amy Eiko Leatherwood

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Cancer Survivorship Care in Rural Community: Provider Perspective. Katia Noyes

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Survivorship care plan: Use of the ‘Oncology History’ (OncHx) feature of the Epic electronic health record (EHR). Kelly Bugos

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Experience with a nurse navigator-led, risk-based breast cancer survivorship care clinic. Julie Ellis

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Use of a best-practice advisory to increase survivorship clinic referrals. Sheetal Mehta Kircher

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Identifying critical data elements for a provincial transition plan from a primary care perspective. Stacey Hunter

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Relationship of age and cancer treatment to receiving treatment summaries and survivorship care plans in female young adult cancer survivors. Ksenya Shliakhtsitsava

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The use of electronic health record systems to create treatment summaries and survivorship care plans. Katherine Ramsey Gilmore

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What do social media savvy cancer survivors tell us about the state of survivorship programs? Diane Mary Radford

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Growing a Cancer Survivorship Care Plan Program. Claire Michelle Sutherby (Bennett)

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Living with and beyond cancer: What can be achieved by multi-organization collaboration. Nicola Cunningham

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Development of phase-specific breast cancer survivorship care plans (SCPs). Susan K. Parsons

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An evaluation of survivorship care plan program. Debra Spoljaric

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A study to identify subjective gaps in survivorship knowledge of health care professionals in London. Susannah Jane Stanway

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Addressing survivorship challenges using a collective impact approach. Patti Migliore Santiago

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Piloting breast cancer survivorship care planning in a safety net hospital. Sofia F. Garcia

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Development and Implementation of an Electronic Measurement Process for Survivorship Care Plan Dissemination and Compliance. Patricia Leighton

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Survivorship care plan utilization and challenges. Patti Migliore Santiago

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A primary care education program regarding cancer survivorship care plans at the University of Wisconsin (UW). James Edward Haine

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Integration of Survivorship Care Plans into Standard Care: A Quality Improvement Project. Patricia Deslauriers

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Attendance to Hodgkin lymphoma survivorship care clinics in the Netherlands. Annelies Nijdam

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The Commission on Cancer’s survivorship care plan standard: Implementation is underway. Nina S. Miller

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Do patients learn from survivorship care plans? Joanna Bodmann

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Using a mobile app to enhance the uptake of survivorship care plans (SCP) for adolescent and young adult survivors of childhood cancer. Lisa Schwartz

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Survivorship care plans: Strategies to enhance patient utility and value. Diana Harris

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From common sense to evidence-based: An evaluation of survivorship planning. Sam Gaster

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Use of telemedicine in the delivery of survivorship care plans among breast cancer survivors: Lessons learned at Kaiser Permanente East Bay. Pamela Kim Washington

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