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Saturday, November 4 • 9:10am - 10:10am
Oncology Specialty Care: Using the Patient-Centered Care Model to Drive Transformation in Oncology

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NCQA’s Patient-Centered Specialty Practice Recognition provides a framework for specialty care practices to facilitate team-based care and coordination in the medical neighborhood, and to be better partners with patients and primary care in achieving the triple aim. The program addresses the foundational aspects of specialty care expectations, but does not fully incorporate the nuanced needs of specialties such as oncology, where the physician is principally responsible for patient care during active treatment. NCQA has been engaged in many efforts to improve the quality of oncology care, including measure development and a pilot study funded by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) in evaluating the impact of the PCSP model on quality, patient experience and cost in oncology practices. Most recently, NCQA launched an Oncology Medical Home Recognition program to address the provision of comprehensive, patient-centered and coordinated care to patients in active cancer treatment. This panel, facilitated by NCQA faculty and oncology experts, will discuss the results of the pilot study, highlight key aspects of the Oncology Medical Home Recognition program and share lessons learned and best practices to help oncology practices develop their own roadmap toward recognition. (UAN 0850-9999-17-021-L04-P)

Learning Objectives
  • Discuss how the Patient-Centered Specialty Practice Recognition model can be used to impact care for oncology patients
  • Highlight the Oncology Medical Home Recognition program
  • Use examples from the PCORI project to develop a roadmap towards recognition


Kashyap Patel, MD

Oncologist, Carolina Blood and Cancer Care
avatar for Patricia Barrett, MHSA

Patricia Barrett, MHSA

Vice President, Product Design and Support, National Committee for Quality Assurance
avatar for Manasi Tirodkar, PhD, MS

Manasi Tirodkar, PhD, MS

Research Scientist, National Committee for Quality Assurance

Saturday November 4, 2017 9:10am - 10:10am EDT

Attendees (4)