Advertisement


Anne M. Barry-Weers, RN, on Decreasing Hospitalizations for Patients Receiving IV Chemotherapy

2020 ASCO Quality Care Symposium

Advertisement

Anne M. Barry-Weers, RN, of Aurora Health Care/Aurora Cancer Care in Milwaukee, discusses strategies that helped patients with cancer to better manage their chemotherapy-related symptoms at home, thus reducing visits to the emergency department and inpatient admissions, and improving treatment costs (Abstract 11).



Related Videos

Issues in Oncology

Joseph M. Unger, PhD, on Patient Interest in Clinical Trial Enrollment: A New Analysis

Joseph M. Unger, PhD, of Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, discusses study results showing that more than half of all patients with cancer, regardless of race or ethnic...

Colorectal Cancer
Cost of Care

Veena Shankaran, MD, on Colorectal Cancer: Cumulative Financial Hardship of Treatment

Veena Shankaran, MD, of the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, discusses study findings from a national sample of patients with metastatic colorectal cancer who are on systemic th...

Geriatric Oncology
Symptom Management

Marie A. Flannery, PhD, and Eva Culakova, PhD, on Managing Symptoms in Older Adults With Advanced Cancer

Marie A. Flannery, PhD, and Eva Culakova, PhD, both of the University of Rochester, discuss a geriatric assessment tool that helped reduce symptomatic toxici...

Breast Cancer
COVID-19

Melissa K. Accordino, MD, on Breast Cancer Care Delivery: Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Melissa K. Accordino, MD, of Columbia University Medical Center, discusses findings showing nearly half of the patients with breast cancer treated at an academic center in Ne...

Issues in Oncology

Katherine Enright, MD, MPH, on Improving the Quality of Oral Cancer Drug Delivery

Katherine Enright, MD, MPH, of Trillium Health Partners in Ontario, discusses a model of quality improvement, which potentially could be adapted across health systems to impr...

Advertisement

Advertisement



Advertisement