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Arizona Oncology Praises New Guidelines for Patient Care
Date:3/1/2010

STUDY METHODS

Patient Identification and Characterization

  • From July 1, 2006 through December 31, 2007, all NSCLC patients initiating a chemotherapy regimen at eight practices within the US Oncology Network were identified.
    • Of a total 1,409 NSCLC patients; 1,095 (78%) were treated 'On-Pathway' while 314 (22%) were treated 'Off-Pathway.'
  • Patients were classified as being treated: 1) 'On Pathway' if they received care according to Level I Pathways treatment recommendations over the entire study time period; 2) 'Off Pathway' if they were treated with any regimens not included Level I Pathways.


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