2015 Value in Cancer Care Summit

Hutchinson Institute for Cancer Outcomes Research

2015 Value in Cancer Care Summit


Participants at the 2015 Value in Cancer Care Summit review metrics during a poster session.

Photo by Robert Hood / Fred Hutch News Service

During the second VCC Summit on March 30, 2015, HICOR reported on adherence to regional performance metrics, convened working groups to design targeted interventions to improve care, and provided a demonstration of HICOR IQ — an informatics platform designed to share results with partners.

To review some of the results reported at the 2015 Summit, please see our Value Measures page.

News about the Summit:

Easing cancer's heavy financial burden
Fred Hutch News | By Diane Mapes | April 1, 2015

Guiding Framework

Value Measures

Our guiding framework is that value measures must be meaningful, feasible to collect and actionable.



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You may submit your questions or comments to us via our form or send us an email at valuesummit@fredhutch.org.