Models of cancer survivorship health care: moving forward

Kevin C. Oeffinger, Keith E. Argenbright, Gill A. Levitt, Mary S. McCabe, Paula R. Anderson, Emily Berry, Jane Maher, Janette Merrill, Dana S. Wollins

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Abstract

The population of cancer survivors in the United States and worldwide is rapidly increasing. Many survivors will develop health conditions as a direct or indirect consequence of their cancer therapy. Thus, models to deliver high-quality care for cancer survivors are evolving. We provide examples of three different models of survivorship care from a cancer center, a community setting, and a country-wide health care system, followed by a description of the ASCO Cancer Survivorship Compendium, a tool to help providers understand the various models of survivorship care available and integrate survivorship care into their practices in a way that fits their unique needs.

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Models of cancer survivorship health care : moving forward. / Oeffinger, Kevin C.; Argenbright, Keith E.; Levitt, Gill A.; McCabe, Mary S.; Anderson, Paula R.; Berry, Emily; Maher, Jane; Merrill, Janette; Wollins, Dana S.

In: American Society of Clinical Oncology educational book / ASCO. American Society of Clinical Oncology. Meeting, 2014, p. 205-213.

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Oeffinger, Kevin C. ; Argenbright, Keith E. ; Levitt, Gill A. ; McCabe, Mary S. ; Anderson, Paula R. ; Berry, Emily ; Maher, Jane ; Merrill, Janette ; Wollins, Dana S. / Models of cancer survivorship health care : moving forward. In: American Society of Clinical Oncology educational book / ASCO. American Society of Clinical Oncology. Meeting. 2014 ; pp. 205-213.
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