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Oncology Practice Changes During a Multistep Oncology Care Model Practice Transformation Project

Authors: Debra Wujcik, PhD, RN1 ; Susie Owenby, RN1 ; Moh’d Khushman MD2 ; Daniel Cameron, MD2; Thomas Butler, MD2; Cathy Tinnea RN2, Austin Cadden MPH2, Jennifer Pierce, MD2, Sachin Gopalkrishna Pai, MD2 1  Carevive Systems, Inc, Miami, FL 2 University of South Alabama Mitchell Cancer Institute Background Treatment of lung cancer has seen a paradigm shift in recent years.…
Carevive
May 1, 2020
In The News

Improving End-of-Life Care for Cancer Patients – An Advisory Board Company Profile on Carevive

Advisory Board Company includes Carevive in a report detailing four tactics to improve quality and patient experience while reducing costs As published in The Advisory Board Company website. Improving care at the end-of-ife is a prime opportunity for cancer programs to drive quality, decrease costs, and enhance the patient and family experience. Aggressive end-of-life care that provides no clinical benefit,…
Carevive
February 15, 2019
In The News

Creation of Institute of Medicine Care Plans With an Eye on Up-Front Care – Oncology Care Model

Carevive is honored to be mentioned in an article in the Journal of Oncology Practice authored by Gabrielle B. Rocque, MD of the University of Alabama (UAB) at Birmingham Comprehensive Cancer Center, Birmingham, AL, and Austin Cadden of the University of South Alabama Mitchell Cancer Institute, (MCI) Mobile, AL. The Oncology Care Model (OCM) is a payment model for physician practices administering chemotherapy to cancer…
Carevive
June 16, 2017
Events

ASCO Quality Care Symposium 2017

On March 3, 2017, Gabrielle Rocque, MD from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) will be presenting at ASCO Quality Care Symposium. Her talk is titled "The Creation of the IOM Care Plan with an Eye on Up-Front Care". Dr. Rocque and her team at UAB have been innovative in the planned use of Carevive by enhancing the initial treatment experience through care…
Carevive
February 28, 2017
Posters

Poster Presentation – Development of An Evidence-based Scorecard to Assess Provider Adherence to Gastrointestinal Toxicity Management

Development of An Evidence-based Scorecard to Assess Provider Adherence to Gastrointestinal Toxicity Management Carrie T Stricker, PhD, NP1; Karen Hammelef, DNP, RN1; June Eilers, PhD, RN, APRN-CNS2 ; Beth Faiman, PhD, NP3 ; Amy Goodrich, MSN, RN, CRNP-AC4 ; Mary Pat Lynch, CRNP, MSN, AOCN5; Beth Sandy, CRNP6; Susan Beck, PhD, RN7; Debra Wujcik, PhD, RN1 1Carevive Systems, Inc. (Miami,…
Carevive
November 9, 2016
Press Releases

Oncology Care Planning Cloud-Based Software Company Carevive Systems Raises $7.2M in Series B Round

Investment to accelerate SaaS company’s capabilities in care planning for cancer patients and collecting real-world experience data that will drive improved outcomes North Miami, FL 10/21/16 — Carevive Systems, a leading innovator in cancer care planning software with a deep Real World Evidence-based dataset, announced today that it has closed on a $7.2 million Series B round of funding. Less…
Carevive
October 21, 2016
CMEEvents

Carevive Advanced NSCLC Oncology Care Model Symposium at Jefferson University

The Oncology Care Model: Integrating the 13 Point IOM Care Management Plan for Patients With Advanced NSCLC Wednesday, October 26, 2016 8 am – 12 noon Solis Cohen Auditorium Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Philadelphia, PA 13 point care management plans ... 12 Key Performance Indicators... Improving navigation, care coordination, & guideline-adherent care... Reducing ED visits and hospitalizations and improving palliative care…
Carevive
August 24, 2016
In The News

Carevive to be Featured in Ethan Basch PCORI Patient-Reported Outcomes Grant

The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) has awarded Ethan Basch, MD, MSc, a $5.45 million grant to support research into whether there are clinical benefits of having people with cancer self-report their symptoms while undergoing treatment. The project, titled Electronic Patient Reporting of Symptoms during Outpatient Cancer Treatment: A US National Randomized Controlled Trial and will run for a span…
Carevive
August 24, 2016