First up @ASCOPres announcing mCODE: open source, free data standards that will allow for easier collection of EHR data....the same language for EHRs and the ability to communicate between platforms. This is big for #interoperability #ASCO19 pic.twitter.com/NhNcvBH5Bu— Amanda Narod (@AmandaBinDC) June 1, 2019
Having read two books Dr Atul Gawande wrote, I was thrilled to be able to hear him in person.Thank you Dr Ang for your presentation “Chemoboy” and for thanking patients , caregivers, researchers and those who work behind the scenes. “what is the most important thing in the world -the people “ #gyncsm #ASC019 pic.twitter.com/XOPQsk5v4A— Dee Sparacio (@womenofteal) June 1, 2019
Yes patients have goals and priorities! #gncsm #ASCO19— Dee Sparacio (@womenofteal) June 1, 2019
Less then a quarter of the time physicians don’t ask! @Atul_Gawande
It was a privilege to speak at this year's ASCO meeting and Tweet from the meeting.Palliative care can make a difference . @DanaFarber study. @Atul_Gawande #ASCO19 pic.twitter.com/JsbSc8dce3— Dee Sparacio (@womenofteal) June 1, 2019
I was moved by the dedication of the over 40,000 health care providers -surgeons, oncologists, nurses, social workers, and researchers from around the globe who attended the meeting to learn how to improve cancer patient care. Thank you to each and every one of them.
Every Day is a Blessing!