Demystifying implementation of ePROs in oncology clinical care
Recorded on January 16, 2019 at 1pm EST
|Ethan Basch, MD, MSc
Director, Cancer Outcomes Research Program
Professor, Medicine and Public Health
UNC-Chapel Hill Cancer Prevention and Control
|Rev Diane Baldwin, RN, OCN, CBCN
Manager of Quality Assurance
USA Health Mitchel Cancer Institute
Integrating patient-reported outcomes (PROs) into clinical practice is an increasingly promising strategy for improving patient engagement, symptom control, and clinical outcomes, including reducing avoidable hospitalizations and emergency room visits. Furthermore, recent data also shows that PRO-based proactive symptom monitoring may increase cancer patient survival. Now is the time to engage in discussions on practical applications of ePRO and finding the right balance of people, process, and technology.
How to implement an ePRO strategy into routine practice of oncology providers?
Will the data and process feed into the EHR and current clinical workflow?
What are the desired clinical outcomes and financial outcomes?
In this webinar, you will hear from a panel of experts discuss:
Latest ePRO study data
Lessons learned from ePRO studies in oncology
Implementation science for ePROs
How a cancer center is innovating in its approach to proactive symptom monitoring
How Carevive technology can facilitate capturing ePROs by monitoring the symptoms patients experience and alerting providers when interventions are necessary for at-risk patients