volume 16, issue 9, Pe912-e921 2020
DOI: 10.1200/jop.19.00726
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Maria Pisu, Matthew P. Banegas, Margaret I. Liang, Leah Tuzzio, Nora B. Henrikson

Abstract: PURPOSE: Cost of care (CoC) conversations should occur routinely in oncology practice. However, patient preferences about with whom, when, and how to have these conversations are missing and preferences may vary across patient populations. METHODS: We performed a secondary qualitative analysis of quotes from interviews with 28 cancer survivors from two health care settings (Kaiser Permanente Washington and O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center at University of Alabama at Birmingham [UABCCC]). A targeted approach …

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