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Carrie Tilley

Carrie Tilley, MS, ANP-BC, AOCNP is Carevive's Oncology Solution Expert. She currently practices in the Survivorship Program at the University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center’s Tate Cancer Center. Prior to joining Univ. Maryland she held a position as an oncology nurse practitioner and was a leader of the Cancer Survivorship Program at George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates in Washington, DC. She has spent her nursing career working oncology. Passionate about incorporating comprehensive survivorship care into cancer treatment, Carrie Tilley is an advocate of delivering meaningful survivorship careplans. She was a presenter in the online medical education course titled Cancer Survivorship E-learning Series for Primary Care Providers and speaks regularly about cancer survivorship throughout the DC and Baltimore area. She earned her undergraduate degree at Georgetown University and her Master's Degree the at University of Maryland. Outside of work she spends as much time as possible paddling, sailing, crabbing and birdwatching with her family on the Chesapeake Bay.

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Take Aways from CANCERSCAPE 2017

ACCC 43rd Annual Meeting, CANCERSCAPE It was an action packed 2 days at the ACCC 43rd Annual Meeting, CANCERSCAPE held in Washington, D.C.  Since I live in Maryland, it was less than an hour drive.  The sessions were extremely informative and it was a pleasure seeing colleagues and hearing top-notch presentations on value-based care and patient-centered care. Below are my take aways…
Carrie Tilley
April 17, 2017
Cerner Healthcare Conference
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5 Takeaways from the Cerner Healthcare Conference 2016

Cerner Healthcare Conference 2016 (CHC16), Kansas City , Kansas, November 14-17, 2016 Cerner, a leading health information technology (HIT) solutions, services, devices and hardware company,  organize their annual conference in Kansas City. I had never been to Kansas City and I have never used Cerner's in my clinical practice. I wondered what I could learn if I had not used…
Carrie Tilley
November 24, 2016
5 Steps to Meeting the CoC Survivorship Standard
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6 Steps to Meeting the CoC Survivorship Standard

The Commission on Cancer (CoC) Standard 3.3: Survivorship Care Plan became effective January 1, 2015. Like most cancer programs, your center may be working quickly to put a process in place to ensure that patients receive care plans after completing active cancer treatment. The CoC standard describes how survivorship care plans will, in the near future, be required for all…
Carrie Tilley
February 26, 2015