Clinical Data Can Mislead Without Meaningful Analysis

Tony Hagen @oncobiz
Published: Tuesday, Jun 27, 2017
Bobby Green, MD

Bobby Green, MD

Good data and data analysis can tell doctors a lot about their performance that they may have overlooked, said Bobby Green, MD, senior vice president for clinical oncology at Flatiron Health in New York City. Without careful analysis, doctors may assume they’re doing the right thing even though the truth may be different. “I think I’m a good oncologist,” he said. “I know my patients think I’m a good oncologist. My referring docs think I’m a good oncologist, but the reality is I don’t really have any idea whether I’m a good oncologist.” The difference is being able to prove it by the numbers, he said.
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