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Smoking Cessation Quality Improvement Implementation Program

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Electronic Health Record-Enabled Evidence-Based Smoking Cessation Quality Improvement Implementation Program

The goal of this quality improvement program is to implement, evaluate, and sustain an evidence-based smoking cessation treatment program with a population-based approach so that all patients at the Siteman Cancer Center, Washington University, Barnes-Jewish Hospital, BJC Healthcare, and satellite locations receive assessment of smoking and all smokers receive treatment support.

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Behavioral - ELEVATE enhancement to electronic health record (EHR) to improve cessation counseling offer

Brief advise to quit smoking Referral to Missouri/Illinois Quitlines, Smokefree.TXT, or smokefree.gov

Behavioral - ELEVATE enhancement to electronic health record (EHR) to improve smoking cessation medication offer

-Nicotine replacement therapy, varenicline, bupropion, or combination therapy (not provided by study)

Behavioral - Data Driven Feedback reports

-Feedback reports will be based on data

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Electronic Health Record-Enabled Evidence-based Smoking Cessation Quality Improvement Program

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NCT04107857

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e73Rje