With this project ACCC seeks to gain deeper insight on the impact variations in dispensing models within hospitals, health systems, or practice groups has on patient-centered cancer care delivery, coordination of care as patients transition between care settings, and optimal pharmacy operations. Important components of coordinated, patient-focused care delivery may be affected by decisions related to adoption of particular dispensing models in oncology. These decisions, in turn, may be influenced by multiple factors including:
[PODCAST] Episode 27: Tracking Patient Adherence to Oral Anti-Cancer Medication
January 26, 2021
On this episode of CANCER BUZZ, learn how the entire cancer care team can help in promoting safe oral anti-cancer medication adherence by bridging gaps in patient education, management, and monitoring
Emily Hajjar, PharmD, MS, BCPS, BCACP, BCGP, Program Director, Population Health Pharmacy Program, Jefferson College of Pharmacy
[PODCAST] Episode 24: Managing Oral Anti-Cancer Medications
November 10, 2020
On this episode of CANCER BUZZ, learn about the role of the interdisciplinary cancer team in managing oral chemotherapy for patients with cancer. Discover how one cancer program has transformed their care model, improving their workflow while keeping the patient at the center of the process.
Marnee Lieberman, CPhT, Oncology Liaison, Masonic Cancer Center
Jeff Engle, PharmD, MS, Hematology/Oncology Clinical Pharmacist, Fairview Specialty Pharmacy & Masonic Cancer Center
Funding and support provided by Pfizer Oncology.