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Ethan M. Basch, MD, on Symptom Control and Quality: The Patient’s Voice

2017 Quality Care Symposium

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Ethan M. Basch, MD, of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, discusses programs—now rolling out at various institutions—that use direct patient reporting of symptoms as a part of quality assessment (Posters 61, 81; Abstract 218).



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