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The Kelsey-Seybold Cancer Center Difference

At Kelsey-Seybold Clinic, our cancer treatment program serves as the foundation for the many levels of support that our patients experience. Patients are connected to their board-certified cancer team within days, not weeks.

Your physician will develop a personalized treatment program and introduce you to your treatment team. Your team of experts are connected to each other, and to you and will collaborate on your care. Our Cancer Center team includes:

  • Hematologists
  • Medical Oncologists
  • Radiologists
  • Pathologists
  • Radiation Oncologists
  • Oncology Surgeons
  • Reconstructive Surgeons
  • Formulating Pharmacists
  • Nurse Practitioners

Our Highly Coordinated Approach to Care

As a Kelsey-Seybold patient, our model of coordinated care means that your Kelsey-Seybold primary care physician, specialists, and cancer care team have complete access to your confidential medical records. This means your oncologist or hematologist can work collaboratively with your other physicians to organize and coordinate care and meet your specialized needs. It's this high level of coordination and collaboration that makes your experience at Kelsey-Seybold unique.

Nationally Recognized Cancer Care

The Kelsey-Seybold Cancer Center has received a prestigious national certification from the Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI®) Certification Program, an affiliate of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO). ASCO is the world’s leading professional organization for physicians and Oncology professionals caring for people with cancer.

The QOPI® Certification Program (QCP) certifies Hematology/Oncology practices that meet the highest quality criteria for cancer care. With this certification, Kelsey-Seybold joins an elite group of around 300 QOPI-certified practices across the United States, Brazil, Greece, and Spain.

QOPI: the Gold Standard

Considered the gold standard for oncology care, the QOPI aligns with many Joint Commission standards but is Oncology-specific.

Participating practices can report on over 190 evidence-based quality measures and receive individual performance scores aggregated from all participating practices. Each reporting practice uses this performance data to identify, develop, and implement quality improvement initiatives leading to better care and better outcomes for their patients.

Meeting QOPI Certification Standards

QCP awards QOPI Certification to outpatient practices (not individual office sites or physicians). To become certified, practices submit to an evaluation of their entire practice and documentation standards. The QCP staff and task force members then verify, through an on-site survey, that core treatment standards are being met, including:

  • Creating a safe environment – staffing, competencies, and general policy
  • Treatment planning, patient consent, and education
  • Ordering, preparing, dispensing, and administering chemotherapy
  • Monitoring after chemotherapy is administered, including for adherence, toxicity, and complications
  • Treatment planning
  • Staff training and education
  • Chemotherapy orders and drug preparations
  • Monitoring and assessment of patient well-being

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