2022 JUL 22 (NewsRx) — By a News Reporter – Staff News Editor at Daily Insurance News — Investigators release a new cancer report. According to reports from Nashville, TNby the editors of NewsRx, the research said: “While a wide range of data resources have been key to substantial achievements in cancer health economics research, there is now a need more comprehensive data that represents a more complete picture of the cancer care experience. ”
Financial support for this research includes National Cancer Institute.
Journalists got a citation from the research of Vanderbilt Medical Center“In particular, researchers need information that represents more diverse populations; includes more clinical details; and provides greater context on individual and neighborhood-level factors that may affect cancer prevention, detection, treatment and survival, including measures of financial health or toxicity, social needs related to health and social determinants of health. This article highlights 3 critical topics for cancer health economics research: the future of surveillance, epidemiology, and National Cancer Institute endpoints –Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Related Services data resources; using social media data for cancer outcomes research; and multi-site electronic health record data networks.
According to the reporters, the research concluded, “These 3 topics represent different approaches to improving data resources, linkages and infrastructure and are complementary strategies to provide more comprehensive information about the activities involved and the factors affecting the continuum of the fight against cancer. These and other data resources will help researchers examine the complex and nuanced questions that are currently at the forefront of cancer health economics research.
For more information on this research, see: New data resources, links and infrastructure for Cancer Health Economics Research: Main subjects of a round table. JNCI Monographs, 2022,2022(59). The publisher of JNCI Monographs is Oxford University Press (OUP).
A free version of this review article is available at https://doi.org/10.1093/jncimonographs/lgac016.
Our editors advise that additional information may be obtained by contacting Stacie B Dusetzina, PhD, Health Policy Department, Vanderbilt Medical Center, Nashville, TN, United States. Other authors of this research include Lindsey EnewoldMPH, PhD,, Danielle Gentiledoctorate, Scott D. RamseyMD, PhD, Michael T. Halpern.
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