At Oklahoma Cancer Specialists and Research Institute, we are proud to be a leader in cancer treatment, research and patient care. Our practice has been recognized by some of the leading U.S. cancer research, technology and standards groups.
Oklahoma Cancer Specialists and Research Institute is a certified cancer center by the Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI), an affiliate of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO). QOPI certification is given to outpatient hematology-oncology practices that meet the highest standards for quality. OCSRI is only the second cancer center in Oklahoma to achieve this recognition.
The QOPI® Certification Program (QCPTM) was launched in January 2010, with more than 200 practices already certified. This certification for outpatient oncology practices is the first program of its kind for oncology in the United States. Oncologists can achieve certification by meeting the highest standards of care. The QCP seal designates those practices that not only scored high on the key QOPI quality measures, but meet rigorous chemotherapy safety standards established by ASCO and the Oncology Nursing Society (ONS). Learn More
Federally Funded Cancer Research
Oklahoma Cancer Specialists and Research Institute is proud to support the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) and their efforts to bring awareness to the importance of federal funding for cancer research. For more information on the importance of funding cancer research, please visit this link.
Accuray Luminary Site
Oklahoma Cancer Specialists and Research Institute is a designated Accuray Luminary Site, offering Accuray’s TomoTherapy technology. TomoTherapy is a fully integrated, 3DCRT (3D conformal radiation therapy) and IMRT system, designed to provide each patient with highly accurate, quality individualized treatment using daily CT imaging and optimized beamlet-based delivery. The system’s unique helical design enables it to treat a broader range of tumors, expanding radiation therapy options for more patients.
American College of Radiology
The American College of Radiology (ACR), founded in 1923, is a professional medical society representing more than 38,000 diagnostic radiologists, radiation oncologists, interventional radiologists, nuclear medicine physicians and medical physicists. ACR’s core purpose is to serve patients and society by empowering members to advance the practice, science and professions of radiological care.
Accreditation is a process of review that allows healthcare organizations to demonstrate their ability to meet regulatory requirements and standards established by a recognized accreditation organization such as ACHC. Accreditation reflects an agency’s dedication and commitment to meeting standards that demonstrate a higher level of performance and patient care. ACHC Accreditation Standards were created by industry experts with providers’ needs in mind.
On-site accreditation surveys are conducted every three years by ACHC Surveyors who possess industry-specific experience. They follow a comprehensive review process that looks at organizational structure, policies and procedures, and compliance with state and federal laws.