|This document describes the Integrated Trial Matching for Cancer Patients and Providers use case and details for Phase 1. This includes the technical approach, key measures, and the ask for partnerships.||Final|
|The document describes the different stakeholder groups relevant to the Integrated Trial Matching for Cancer Patients and Providers project and the value they add and gain from joining the project. Additionally, this document captures current partners working on this project, potential partners in the future, and necessary questions to determine how an organization may best fit in this project.||Final|
|"Basic Few" Eligibility Criteria|
This list was created by ACS-CAN and its partners. It is meant to be a minimal number of eligibility criteria that can provide clinical trial matches of valuable quality. The list is below:
|ACS CAN Patient-Facing Clinical Trial Matching Summit Report||This report describes what was discussed during a summit aimed to identify policy and infrastructure recommendations to improve Patient-Facing Clinical Trial Matching. This summit was sponsored by the American Cancer Society and the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN).||Final|
|Patient Story||This news article documents the story of a woman who was diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer who then searched on her own to find a clinical trial that ended up saving her life.||Final|
|GitHub Code Repository for the User Interface|
Link to the GitHub Code Repository for the User Interface.
|GitHub Repository for the Generic Trial Matching Service Wrapper||Link to the GitHub Code Repository for the Generic Trial Matching Service Wrapper.||In Progress|
|GitHub Repository for the BreastCancerTrials.org Wrapper||Link to the GitHub Repository for the BreastCacnerTrials.org Wrapper||Final|
|GitHub Repository for the TrialScope Wrapper||Link to the GitHub Repository for the TrialScope Wrapper.||Final|
|GitHub Repository for the TrialJectory Wrapper||Link to the GitHub Repository for the TrialJectory Wrapper.||In Progress|
|GitHub Wiki for the mCODE Matching Service API||Link to the GitHub Wiki for the mCODE Matching Service API.||In Progress|
|General Workflow Diagram|
Picture of the general workflow diagram.
|Slides for the Integrated Trial Matching for Cancer Patients and Providers use case public call on September 16th.|
|Demo of Phase 0.||Final|
Study protocol for the Cancer Insights Phase 1 pilot.
Document targeted towards potential patient recruits for the Cancer Insights Phase 1 pilot
|Informed consent document for the Cancer Insights Phase 1 Pilot.||Final|
PowerPoint describing the different scenarios created for the May 2021 HL7 FHIR Connectathon. Interested developers can use this deck to test our implementation.
|Video describing the UI for a provider.||Draft|
|https://www.fightcancer.org/policy-resources/survivor-views-telehealth-and-clinical-trials-0||Results from a survey of 1,344 patients that explores their interest and willingness to participate in clinical trials.||Final|
|One-pager describing how matching services can become mCODE-enabled.||Final|