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Aaron Lyss, MBA, on Getting the Highest-Value Quality Intervention

2018 ASCO Quality Care Symposium

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Aaron Lyss, MBA, of Tennessee Oncology, discusses ways that clinicians and patients can employ the most cost- and treatment-effective measures, clinical trials, and incident learning systems.



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