Sustainable Solutions to Achieve Therapeutic Goals for Patients with Myelofibrosis:

Expanding the Benefit of Quality Improvement Programs to Diverse Provider Types


You’ve taken the first step for you and your practice to achieve measurable changes that will improve outcomes in your with myelofibrosis.

Using this simple, systematic approach to quality improvement, intended for easy access and application in any practice setting, you will have the framework and tools you need to manage your patients’ myelofibrosis and ensure that they receive timely and guideline-recommended care. Let’s get started!

This digital QI is designed to be effective and as easy as 1-2-3



To assess your practice’s alignment to optimal, evidence-based care, you’ll complete a simple assessment that asks to what extent you have:

  • a process for risk assessment at diagnosis
  • processes to ensure that treatment decisions are aligned with NCCN guideline recommendations
  • a process for symptom assessment prior to initiating treatment
  • a process to ensure that patients have a symptom assessment performed every 3-6 months while receiving therapy
  • an established shared-care model

You will receive a report card that summarizes your practice’s performance relative to areas assessed. This serves as your baseline and guides development of your personalized goals and action items.


Implement in Practice

Working with our expert faculty, we created a Model for Improvement that outlines the aims of this program and its of success. We provide educational and practical interventions, but you can develop your own, including:

  • Enhanced training
  • Optimized workflows
  • Personalized action items to track change based on the nuanced needs of your practice


Once you’ve finished the interventions and have introduced the recommended process changes, it’s time to put them to the test!

  • Return to this digital QI portal after a minimum of
  • Re-assess your action plan to see what improvements were realized
  • Complete a personal reflection
  • Get your certificate

We recommend you share these findings with key stakeholders in your organization to reflect on ongoing improvements and/or future opportunities.

Obtain MOC Part IV Credit for You and Your Team


Brady Stein, MD, MHS Professor of Medicine
Department of Hematology/Oncology
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
Chicago, IL

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