CRCCP Evaluation Results and Publications

CDC is conducting a rigorous evaluation of the CRCCP. Evaluation results are published in academic journals. The CRCCP Manuscript Summary Series provides key findings for each CRCCP publication.

CRC Screening: Findings from the CRCCP: Effectiveness and Cost of a Mailed FIT Program

The Washington State Department of Health received CRCCP funds and partnered with a large federally qualified health center, HealthPoint, to implement a direct-mail FIT program. HealthPoint provided fecal immunochemical test (FIT) kits to patients who were overdue for colorectal cancer screening.

CRC Screening: Findings from the CRCCP: Cost-Effectiveness of Multiple Interventions

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) administered a Clinic Quality Improvement (CQI) initiative in two federally qualified health centers (FQHCs) serving low-income populations.

CRC Screening: Findings from the CRCCP: Results from Year One.

Clinic-level colorectal cancer screening rates increased by more than 4% after the first program year.

CRC Screening: Findings from the CRCCP: Evaluation Methods.

CDC is evaluating grantee management of the CRCCP, implementation and sustainability of evidence-based interventions, colorectal cancer screening rate changes over time, and the cost-effectiveness of different evidence-based interventions.

CRC Screening: Findings from the CRCCP: Measuring Outcomes.

CDC evaluators designed an outcome evaluation to measure changes in CRC screening rates over time.

Page last reviewed: February 11, 2020