The Value of Academic Cancer Centers

Journal article concludes academic cancer centers have shown superior survival outcomes compared with community settings, summarizes challenges of access, high costs, and defining and demonstrating value.


Cancer Patients on Medi-Cal Receive Subpar Care

UC Davis researchers find cancer patients with Medi-Cal receive poorer quality care and have lower survival rates than patients with employer-sponsored, Medicare, or other types of insurance.


Leveraging Cancer Registry to Measure and Improve Quality

Researchers argue legislative mandate for the California Cancer Registry (CCR) should be expanded to use registry data for quality measurement and public reporting, make case for linking registry data with health insurance claims data.