publication date: Apr. 21, 2017

In Brief NCCS announces Ellen Stovall Award for Innovation in Patient-Centered Cancer Care

The National Coalition for Cancer Survivorship launched a nationwide competition for the 2017 Ellen L. Stovall Award for Innovation in Patient-Centered Cancer Care, an opportunity for patients and survivors to recognize exceptional providers who are transforming cancer care.

NCCS seeks nominations for the Stovall Award from cancer survivors, health care professionals, third-party payers, and others who are engaged with the cancer care system.

Nominees for the award will be evaluated according to these criteria:

Honoring the principles of patient-centeredness, especially emphasizing access to care, respect for patient preferences, and coordination and integration of care.

Engaging patients, families, and caregivers in the design of quality cancer care systems.

Implementing a quality cancer care system for sustainability and for replication.

Collaborating with others in the cancer care system for ongoing quality improvement efforts.

In more than two decades of service and leadership at NCCS, Ellen Stovall focused on the delivery of quality cancer care.

As a cancer survivor of more than four decades, Ellen sought to design her own system of patient-centered care to address the serious late and long-term effects of her cancer treatment, including the treatment of a second cancer.

In pursuing her … Continue reading NCCS announces Ellen Stovall Award for Innovation in Patient-Centered Cancer Care

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