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Julie Bryar Porter, MS, on Improving Care: One Center’s Experience

2017 Quality Care Symposium

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Julie Bryar Porter, MS, of Stanford Health Care, discusses an approach to improving patient care with physician-led quality measures from diagnosis through end of life implemented at her academic cancer center (Abstract 49).



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