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November 03, 2016
Can care delivery and payment reform in healthcare help tide us over the existing gaps in cancer care?
How can care providers ensure cancer survivors continue to receive adequate follow-up care post treatment?
How can discussions on advance care planning and end-of-life care be successfully broached with patients and their family members?
Panelists discussed how patient-centered care can be valuated in the changing healthcare climate.
Is there anything like an ideal patient portal that can cater to a broad range of patients? According to Rebekkah Schear, MIA, what patient portals lack is a holistic approach toward the patient.
How can we create more standardized health information platforms that can easily exchange patient information?
Cancer is a complex disease to treat an patients can be overwhelmed by the number of care providers that they have to consult with. In this scenario, care navigators can provide significant support to patients and their family members.
Panelists discuss the need for documenting a treatment plan early in patient care.
Joseph Alvarnas, MD, editor-in-chief of Evidence-Based-OncologyTM spoke with Rebekkah Schear, MIA, and Michael Kolodziej, MD, to discuss the progress and challenges in oncology care.
June 29, 2016
Jennifer Malin, MD, staff vice president, Clinical Strategy, Anthem, said that while there are a lot of quality measures being developed by several organizations, care gaps persist.