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Quality improvement in NSW cancer care

The Cancer Institute NSW is committed to continually improving cancer treatment across the state.

The Reporting for Better Cancer Outcomes program works with 17 Local Health Districts and 10 Primary Health Networks across NSW.

See how we are using an online questionnaire to capture patients’ perspectives to monitor patient progress, facilitate communication between professionals and patients, and help to improve the quality of health services

Hospital staff speaking together

Learn more about Reporting for Better Cancer Outcomes (RBCO) program at the Cancer Institute NSW and how it works to lessen the impact of cancer across the state.

woman undergoing treatment

Cancer Institute NSW works collaboratively across the health system to support improvements in cancer care, by using data to drive positive change.

eviQ helps deliver quality cancer treatment by providing health professionals with online protocols and information.

Clinician talking to person with cancer in a hospital

Helping people to give direct and timely feedback about their cancer experience and outcomes means they can receive more personalised care.

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