2014-2015 CoC Update for Massachusetts Cancer

Report
2014-2015
Commission on Cancer Update
for
Massachusetts Cancer Liaison Physicians
Massachusetts Chapter
American College Surgeons
Peter Hopewood MD FACS
CoC State Chair
Congratulations to the following Hospitals CoC accredited during 2014
St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center Brighton
Good Samaritan Medical Center Brockton
Mercy Medical Center Springfield
Signature Healthcare Brockton Hospital
Health Alliance Hospitals Leominster
Steward Carney Hospital Dorchester
Tufts Medical Center Boston
South Shore Hospital South Weymouth
Lahey Clinic Hospital Burlington
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Boston
Sturdy Memorial Hospital Attleboro
Falmouth Hospital Falmouth
Lowell General Hospital Lowell
Holyoke Medical Center Holyoke
Milford Regional Medical Center Milford
Noble Hospital Westfield
Cooley Dickinson Hospital Northampton
Metrowest Medical Center Framingham
Winchester Hospital Winchester
Dana Farber/Brigham & Women’s Cancer Center Boston
Lawrence General Hospital Lawrence
Boston Medical Center Boston
Mount Auburn Hospital Cambridge
Northeast Hospital Corporation Beverly
Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital Needham
SPECIAL RECOGNITION
COMMISSION ON CANCER
2013
OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
GOOD SAMARITAN
MEDICAL CENTER
BROCKTON, MASS
CANCER LIAISON PHYSICIAN
RICHARD SAMAHA MD
Cudos to these Hospitals
≥ 20% Referral rates to
American Cancer Society (ACS)
Lawrence General Hospital
Holy Family Medical Center
UMass Medical Center
St. Vincent Hospital
Mercy Medical Center
Falmouth Hospital
Cape Cod Hospital
Mass General Hospital
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
High 5↑ the Highest !!
UMass Medical Center 50%
Mercy Medical Center ≤ 50%
MGH ≈ 40%
HOW DID THEY DO IT ?
American Cancer Society (ACS) Patient Navigators
ACS Cancer Resource Volunteers
Contact your ACS representative for more information about
these programs
2014 Winner
CoC Paper Competition
Massachusetts Chapter ACS
Primary Retroperitoneal Sarcomas: Rate of Microscopic Organ
Invasion, Rationale, and Prognosis
Mark Fairweather, MD1, Jiping Wang, MD, PhD1, 4, Vickie Y Jo, MD 2,
4, Elizabeth H. Baldini, MD, MPH 3, 4, Monica M. Bertagnolli, MD1, 4,
Chandrajit P. Raut, MD, MSc1, 4
1Department of Surgery, Division of Surgical Oncology, Brigham and
Women’s Hospital and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA;
2Department of Pathology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA, 3Department of
Radiation Oncology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital and DanaFarber Cancer Institute, Boston, MA, 4Center for Sarcoma and Bone
Oncology, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston MA
This was presented at the annual meeting of the Massachusetts
Chapter of the American College of Surgeons December 6 at UMass
COLORECTAL CANCER UPDATE
using
NCDB, CDC and MA. DPH Data
EVERY MARCH IS
COLORECTAL CANCER AWARENESS MONTH
Take advantage of the National Buzz to market
your Screening and Treatment Programs
Public Opinion per CDC
80% CRC SCREENING BY 2018
“80 x 18”
America’s New Goal!

National Statistics
COLORECTAL CANCER
MASSACHUSETTS
Why is cancer prevention and control
important in Massachusetts?
Reason #1: Cancer is the leading cause of
death in Massachusetts, surpassing heart
disease and stroke.
Every year over 36,000 Massachusetts residents are
diagnosed with cancer and nearly 13,000 die from
cancer.
Massachusetts Comprehensive Cancer Prevention and Control Plan 2012-2016
www.macompcancer.org
16
Per 100,000
Age-Adjusted Incidence and Mortality Rates for Selected Cancers in
Massachusetts, 2004-2008
180
160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0
162.2
133.5
71.6
48.5
51.1
23.8
Lung
Prostate
22.2
Breast
Incidence
16.7
6 1.4
Colorectal
Cervical
Mortality
Massachusetts Comprehensive Cancer Prevention and Control Plan 2012-2016
www.macompcancer.org
17
Colorectal Ca Trends Massachusetts
Men
Women
Incidence 2000-2012 Massachusetts
Colon Cancer
Rectal Cancer
(note the different scales used)
0-750 scale
0-200 scale
DIFFERENCE IN AGE AT PRESENTATION
2011 Mass.
Colon Older Increases
Rectal  Older Decreases
Stage at Diagnosis 2011 Mass.
Colon  Bell Curve peak Stage II
Rectal Descending Peak Stage I
Observed Chart Colon 'C180','C181','C182','C183','C184','C185','C186','C187','C188','C189','C260' (C)2014 National Cancer
Data Base Generated on Nov-04-2014
s
Observed Chart Rectum 'C209' (C)2014 National Cancer Data Base Generated on Nov-04-2014
CRC 5 years Survival by Stage
All CoC cases from 2003-2006
Colon Cancer
Rectal Cancer
Observed Chart Colon 'C180','C181','C182','C183','C184','C185','C186','C187','C188','C189','C260' (C)2014 National Cancer
Data Base Generated on Nov-04-2014
Observed Chart Rectum 'C209' (C)2014 National Cancer Data Base Generated on Nov-04-2014
Mortality Colorectal Ca Massachusetts
RECTAL CANCER
CAN WE IMPROVE OUTCOMES?
The following proposal for
Rectal Cancer Centers of Excellence
was approved by the
American College of Surgeons
Here is What You Need to Know
NOV 2014
OVER 120
OSTRiCh
MEMBERS
MASSACHUSTTS
MEMBERS
BAYSTATE
CAPE COD HEALTH
LAHEY CLINIC
MGH
SOUTHCOAST
Bayfront Medical Center (St.
Petersburg, FL)
Baylor University Medical Center
(Dallas, TX)
Baystate Medical Center
Boca Raton Regional Hospital / FAU
School of Medicine
Boone Hospital Center (Columbia,
MO)
California Pacific Medical Center
Cape Cod Health
Carilion Clinic
Carle Foundation Hospital
Center for Digestive and Liver
Disease
Central Michigan University College
of Medicine (Mount Pleasant, MI)
Cleveland Clinic (Cleveland, OH)
Cleveland Clinic Florida (Westin, FL)
Coastal Carolina Hospital (S.C.)
Colorectal Surgery Associates
(Kansas City)
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
(Lebanon, NH)
Duke University Medical Center
(Durham, NC)
Emory University
Enloe Medical Center (Chico, CA)
Fairview Southdale Hospital (Edina,
MN)
Florida Hospital (Tampa, FL)
Geisinger Medical Center (Danville,
PA)
George Washington University
Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care
System
Hima Hospital Caguas (Caguas,
Puerto Rico)
Indiana University
Inova Fairfax Medical Campus (Falls
Church, VA)
Jersey Shore University Medical
Center (Neptune, NJ)
Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore,
MD)
John Muir Medical Center (Walnut
Creek, CA)
Kaiser Permanente (Houston, TX)
Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles
Medical Center
Lahey Clinic (Burlington, MA)
Lankenau Medical Center
Lovelace Medical Center
(Albuquerque, New Mexico)
Massachusetts General Hospital
(Boston, MA)
Mayo Clinic (Rochester, MN)
Mayo Clinic Florida (Jacksonville,
FL)
Mayo Clinic Scottsdale
MD Anderson Cancer Center
(Houston, TX)
Medical College of Wisconsin
(Milwaukee, WI)
Medstar Greater Baltimore Medical
Center
MedStar Health
Medstar Washington Hospital Center
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer
Center (New York, NY)
Mercy Medical Center (DesMoines,
IA)
Meridian Health
Methodist Dallas Medical Center
Moffitt Cancer Center
Montefiore medical center - Albert
Einstein College of Medicine
Mount Sinai Hospital/Manhattan
Surgical Associates
Mount Sinai Beth Israel
Monmouth Medical Center
(Monmouth, NJ)
Naval Medical Center Portsmouth
Northern Inyo Hospital (Bishop, CA)
Norwalk Hospital (Norwalk, CT)
Ochsner Clinic (New Orleans, LA)
Ohio State University
Oregon Health and Sciences
University (Portland, OR)
Parkview Health System (Ft. Wayne,
IN)
Peninsula Medical Clinic
Penn State/Milton Hershey Medical
Center
Presbyterian Hospital Dallas
ProMedica Health System (Toledo,
OH)
Roper Hospital
Roswell Park Cancer Institute
Shady Grove Adventist Hospital
Southcoast Health (Massachussetts)
Providence Cancer
Center/Providence Portland Medical
Center (Portland, OR)
Spectrum Health, Ferguson Clinic
(Grand Rapids, MI)
St Francis Hospital (Memphis, TN)
St. Clair HospitaLStanford University
School of Medicine
Summa Health System (Akron, OH)
Surgery Group of Los Angeles
Swedish Medical Center/Providence
Heath and Services
The Oregon Clinic
Union Hospital (Elkton,MD)
University Hospitals Case Medical
Center (Cleveland, OH)
University of Arkansas Medical
Center
University of Cincinnati
University of Illinois College of
Medicine at Peoria
University of Kentucky
University of Maryland (Baltimore,
MD)
University of Michigan (Ann Arbor,
MI)
University of Minnesota
(Minneapolis, MN)
University of Nebraska Medical
Center
University of Nevada School of
Medicine (Reno, NV)
University of North Carolina (Chapel
Hill, NC)
University of Oklahoma
University of Rochester (Rochester,
NY)
University of South Florida
University of Southern California
Keck School of Medicine
University of Texas Southwestern
Medical Center
University of Toronto (Toronto,
Canada)
University of Virginia Medical Center
(Charlottesville, VA)
University of Washington (Seattle,
WA)
University of Wisconsin
ValleyCare Health System (Canfield,
OH)
Valley Health, Winchester Medical
Center
Vanderbilt University
Virginia Hospital Center
Washington University in St. Louis
(St. Louis, MO)
Weill Cornell Medical College
Let’s Work Together
Make Colorectal Cancer a Disease of the Past !

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