The Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI®) is a quality program designed for outpatient-oncology practices to foster a culture of self-examination and improvement. Participating practices can report on over 190 evidence-based quality measures and receive individual performance scores by practice, site, and provider, as well as benchmarked scores aggregated from all participating practices.
Practices use this performance data to identify, develop and implement quality improvement initiatives leading to better care and better outcomes for their patients. Practices who participate in QOPI and who are QOPI Certified may also qualify for Improvement Activity points for 2017 Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) reporting.
QOPI is an ASCO member benefit available at no charge to oncology practices with at least one active ASCO member.
- US oncologists registered for QOPI
- 2016 US practice participation
- 2015 practice participation
- Registered Fellowship programs
- 50 international practices registered in QOPI
QOPI Task Force
The QOPI Task Force—consisting of practicing oncologists, health service researchers, nurses and other leaders in oncology—sets the strategic direction for and guides implementation of the QOPI program.
Founder and Original QOPI Alpha Group
This small group of volunteers committed to quality in oncology conceptualized and piloted the first outpatient oncology assessment program in 2002.
QOPI has accumulated data sets from 2008 through 2017 on over 180 quality measures with aggregate data from hundreds of oncology practices. This data can be used for your practice’s internal quality improvement projects, as well as for research studies and publications.
If you would like to request permission to use QOPI data, please complete and submit this form.