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Hospital Tumor Board

Ospital ng Maynila Medical Center

 

1st Cancer Registry Reporting

October 17, 2002

8-10 am

 

Presiding Officer: Dr. Reynaldo O. Joson

 

Members present:

Representatives from

ENT

IM

OPHTHA

PATHO

PEDIA

RADIOLOGY

RADIOTx (X)

SURGERY

OB-GYN

ANES (X)

 

 

 

Agenda:

  1. Approval of minutes of August 22, 2002 meeting
  2. Cancer Registry Reporting (January – June, 2002)
  3. Management action plan for 2003
  4. Plan for next meeting
  5. Other matters

 

Output of meeting:

Agenda

Output

1.      Approval of minutes of  August 22, 2002 meeting

Approved with no correction

Minutes and Organizational Primer of Hospital Tumor Board of OMMC

2.      Cancer Registry

All clinical departments reported on cancer registry from January to June, 2002 

*See also resolutions on Cancer Registry

3.      Management action plan for 2003

Management action plan for 2003 finalized

4.      Resolutions

Department of Dermatology will be invited to be member of the Hospital Tumor Board

5.      Plans for next meeting

December (3rd Thursday, 8-10 am), 2002

Agenda: Unified concept on cancer cause, prevention, cure, and palliation

 

See attached:

Cancer Registry of all clinical departments from January to June, 2002

Management action plan for 2003

 

Prepared by:

Reviewed by:

Approved by:

 

 

 

 

Nolim’t Raquel, MD

Sonia Comia, MD

Reynaldo Joson, MD

Cancer Registry Report

January to June, 2002

Summary of information gotten that can be used for planning purposes

 

Department

Approximate cancer load per year

More common cancers

Stage seen

Ophthalmology

2

Retinoblastoma

Advanced

 

 

 

 

ENT

40

Nasopharynx

Larynx

Advanced

 

 

 

 

GYNE

15

Cervix

Endometrium

Ovary

Advanced

 

 

 

 

Surgery

125

Breast

Colorectum

Advanced

 

 

 

 

Pediatrics

4

Blood cancers

Advanced

 

 

 

 

Internal Medicine

6

Blood cancers

Advanced

 

192

 

 

 

 

 

Issues and consensus related to Cancer Registry

 

Issues

Consensus

Underreporting vs overreporting (duplication)

Prefer overreporting

Have to accept reporting will never be 100% accurate

Use the registry as a guide to planning and decision-making in  cancer program

All departments are requested to submit their registries to the Department of Pathology one month before the reporting for sorting to minimize overreporting

Reporting in Hospital Tumor Board

Twice a year – February (prior year) and August (Jan-June of current year)

Format

Present format acceptable

Classify mortalities/morbidities into hospice and nonhospice

 

Hospital Tumor Board

Management Action Plan 2003

 Based on Performance Parameters and Standards

 

 

Objectives

Target Output -2003

Persons Responsible

To formulate integrated, coordinated, and comprehensive hospital-wide policies on the management of patients with cancer in the hospital.

Unified concept on cancer cause, prevention, cure, and palliation

 

Clinical practical guidelines on

-         palliative management of cancer patients

-         cancer discomfort/pain control

All members of the Hospital Tumor Board

To monitor and continually improve the quality of care to patients with cancers.

Morbidity and mortality rates (<5% for nonhospice patients)

Complaints of patients

(<5/year)

Cancer Registry report – February and August

All members of the Hospital Tumor Board

To conduct educational and training programs for concerned staff so as to facilitate implementation of hospital policies on management of cancer patients.

Hospital tumor board meeting once every 2 months (6x/year)

 

Public health education on cancer and OMMC’s cancer program

All members of the Hospital Tumor Board

To promote research on oncology that will continually improve the quality of care for cancer patients.

Research output

At least 4

As much as possible one/department

All members of the Hospital Tumor Board