We were very pleased that the New York Times recognized the groundbreaking working accomplished by New Mexico Cancer Center with our COME HOME Project.
Barbara McAneny, chief executive of the New Mexico Cancer Center, said, “We need as many doctors’ thinking about what they can do better for their patients as they possibly can… “We treat a lot of poor people,” McAneny said. “Their biggest co-pay was when patients went into the hospital. And even if they didn’t get one of the bad infections or blood clots, every hospitalization resulted in lowered quality of life. There’s a lot we can’t control. But we could control whether we aggressively managed side effects of cancer and its treatment to keep people out of the hospital.”
Here is the full article from the NY Times: