Improving value, decreasing human and financial costs of cancer are the focus of Palliative Care Quality Measurement Summit
May 19, 2015
| By Diane Mapes / Fred Hutch News Service
Cancer patients were the star participants at a palliative care summit held May 15 in Seattle. The Palliative Care Quality Measurement Summit, co-sponsored by Fred Hutch and the University of Washington, was the latest in a series of community meetings designed to increase value and decrease the human and financial cost of cancer care.
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