How To Increase Cancer Screening Rates: A Quality Improvement Toolkit for Busy Office Practices

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How To Increase Cancer Screening Rates: A Quality Improvement Toolkit for Busy Office Practices

Description

This toolkit, for physicians and clinical staff, provides evidence-based action steps and tools to improve cancer screening rates in their practice. By increasing cancer screening rates, practices can improve quality performance measures.

The toolkit has three main components:

  1. The four essentials and related tools to improve cancer screening rates
  2. Clinic self-assessment using the four essentials
  3. Guidance and tips for effective office training

Developer:

American Cancer Society; Iowa Cancer Consortium; Iowa Get Screened; Upper Midwest Public Health Training Center

Funding Sources:

Iowa Cancer Consortium

History

Original Summary: January 2013
Last Updated: 02/13/13

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