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Data suggests many health care providers use fecal occult blood tests inaccurately.
CDC Vital Signs includes the latest findings regarding why colorectal cancer screenings are important.
Designed for primary care providers and their office managers, this toolbox and guide outlines various ways to set up an office policy, reminder system, and effective communication system aimed at increasing colorectal cancer screening rates.
Presented by: the American Cancer Society, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the National Colorectal Cancer Roundtable, and Thomas Jefferson University
Three CME opportunities on colorectal cancer screening guidelines, the colorectal cancer screening toolkit, and systems change.
Presented by: The Pennsylvania Governor's Office of Health Care Reform, Pennsylvania Department of Health Colorectal Cancer Control Program, and the Pennsylvania Academy of Family Physicians