The Virtual Open House: Treatment Planning

Our last Virtual Open House of the year will showcase our treatment planning software. We will show you a live demo and provide insights on how actual practices, hospitals, clinical teams are using our treatment planning solutions. Our tool is the 1st rules engine technology to auto-populate the 13 elements of the IOM care management plan required for OCM.

Thursday, December 17, 2015 – 1 pm – 1:30 pm EST

This is the version 2.0 pre-release of this platform that has many new upgrades and we are excited to rollout the feature that assists with ASCO QOPI certification measures for treatment, pain, advanced directives, goals of care, fertility preservation and genetic counseling referrals.

This platform is also valuable for meeting new value-based reimbursement models such as the Oncology Care Model because our system generates draft versions of personalized treatment plans that are consistent with the IOM Care Management Plan.

Finally, we have worked with leading geriatric oncologists to include a modified comprehensive geriatric assessment as additional information for the treatment planning process.

In the webinar we will provide a live demo of our tool and feature two panelists, who are currently using our software in their institutions, that will share their experiences.

Below is a summary of what we’ll cover and why its important for cancer centers to take note.

UNIQUE FEATURES

  • First rules engine technology to auto-populate the 13 elements of the IOM care management plan required for OCM Content written by respective oncology subject matter experts
  • Includes content for over 400 cancer drugs
  • Clinical trial screening of high level eligibility criteria and matching of trials within a network to a patient
  • Copywritten Geriatric Assessment to determine patient “fitness” for treatment
  • Copywritten patient shared decision making tools to inform treatment planning process

CLINICAL BENEFITS

  • Patient receives a clear and concise treatment plan including targeted education and reinforcement of the treatment plan and costs or care
  • Assurance that patient receives required supportive care referrals
  • Automated patient education about clinical trial opportunities they are likely eligible for within their network

MEETS NATIONAL MANDATES

  • CoC Accreditation, QOPI Certification for distress screening
  • Care plan meets MU requirements

REGULATORY MANDATES

  • Oncology Care Model requirements for a IOM Care Management Plan
  • Care plan meets MU requirements
  • ASCO QOPI certification measures for treatment, pain, advanced directives, goals of care, fertility preservation and genetic counseling referrals
  • CoC Clinical Trial Participation

PANELISTS

Gabrielle Rocque, MD

Gabrielle Rocque, MD
Assistant Professor, Hematology/Oncology
University of Alabama at Birmingham

Kathryn A. Thomas, RN BSN OCN CCRP

Kathryn A. Thomas, RN BSN OCN CCRP
Oncology Clinical Research Coordinator
AtlantiCare Cancer Care Institute

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