Does a Comprehensive Multidisciplinary Care Program Impact Utilization of Genetics in Breast Cancer Management?
ACOG ePoster. Doe S. Apr 27, 2018; 211738; 11L
Samfee Doe
Samfee Doe
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Introduction: To evaluate the utilization of genetic testing after the implementation of a comprehensive multidisciplinary breast cancer care (cMDC) program: ALL breast cancer cases undergo a mandated, standardized/structured review of treatment options and ongoing care (including clinical trial opportunities).

Methods: A retrospective chart review of 542 patients newly diagnosed with invasive breast cancer one year prior to and after the incorporation of a cMDC program was performed for primary outcome: rate of overall appropriate genetic referrals as defined by age, family history, triple negative status, and personal history. Secondary outcomes: compliance and equity in genetic referrals across demographics (race, insurance type and hospital site). SPSS was used for multivariate analysis, (p
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