Setting Quality Improvement Priorities for Women Receiving Systemic Therapy for Early-Stage Breast Cancer by Using Population-Level Administrative Data.

@article{Enright2016SettingQI,
  title={Setting Quality Improvement Priorities for Women Receiving Systemic Therapy for Early-Stage Breast Cancer by Using Population-Level Administrative Data.},
  author={Katherine A Enright and Nathan Asher Taback and Melanie Lynn Powis and Alejandro Bello Gonz{\'a}lez and Lingsong Yun and Rinku Sutradhar and Maureen Elizabeth Trudeau and Christopher M Booth and Monika K Krzyzanowska},
  journal={Journal of clinical oncology : official journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology},
  year={2016},
  volume={35 28},
  pages={
          3207-3214
        }
}
Purpose Routine evaluation of quality measures (QMs) can drive improvement in cancer systems by highlighting gaps in care. Targeting quality improvement at QMs that demonstrate substantial variation has the potential to make the largest impact at the population level. We developed an approach that uses both variation in performance and number of patients affected by the QM to set priorities for improving the quality of systemic therapy for women with early-stage breast cancer (EBC). Patients… CONTINUE READING
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