From The Field

The Levine Cancer Institute of the Carolinas HealthCare System has had a large impact on hematopoietic cell transplant outcomes.
Since 2015, the Levine Cancer Institute, Atrium Health, has created and utilized the Electronically Accessible Pathways, which has helped drive standardization and enhance provider and patient diagnostic and treatment knowledge across its regional network.
Through implementing processes set forth by OCM practice requirements and analyzing beneficiary claims data made available through participation in the program, Clearview Cancer Institute has successfully identified eligible patients, completed required documentation points, and increased awareness and outcomes for patients related to depression screening, hospitalizations, emergency room use, and hospice use.
The simulation provided an opportunity for meeting attendees to observe the process by which oncologists determine initial diagnostic tests critical to treatment selection, the most appropriate treatment for each line of therapy, and criteria for subsequent treatment selection.
The Levine Cancer Institute of the Carolinas HealthCare System has had a large impact on hematopoietic cell transplant outcomes.
The authors used an indirect approach to deriving health state utilities for patients with MBC by mapping HRQOL data using a published regression algorithm
A mock clinical pathway development simulation was conducted to make transparent the process of developing consensus-driven, evidence-based clinical pathways in oncology. 
The authors detail the development of a set of decision support rules for application within a major academic medical center and across its affiliated community satellite sites.
The authors discuss tactics for ensuring appropriate compliance with clinical pathways among health care providers in large-scale health networks.