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Cancer Care for the Whole Patient: Meeting Psychosocial Health Needs
instruments, such as AHRQ’s CAHPS Clinician and Group Survey questions, could also be used to obtain information from patients about the extent to which they were linked to needed psychosocial services and received education and training in managing their illness. Thus, the expert organizations to be encompassed by and consulted in this planning process would be diverse, including government agencies such as AHRQ; private-sector accreditation bodies such as the Commission on Cancer, NCQA, and the Joint Commission; and performance measurement bodies such as the National Quality Forum.
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