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Samuel Chao, MD, on Improving the Consistency of Radiation Oncology Processes

2015 ASTRO Annual Meeting

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Samuel Chao, MD, of Cleveland Clinic, discusses the QMAP program and data-driven management, which offer ways to improve consistency and drive quality in radiation oncology departments (Abstract 39).



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