Award Recipient Highlights
Learn about some of the innovative ways in which current and former CRCCP award recipients have increased colorectal cancer screening in their communities.
Maryland, South Carolina, Alabama, and New Hampshire get more of their patients screened for colorectal cancer by reminding their health care providers when their patients are due for screenings.
Finding several ways to make improvements has a big impact in clinics in Iowa, Illinois, Montana, Rhode Island, California, and Arkansas.
Kentucky, South Dakota, and Virginia got results when health care providers talked to patients about the different colorectal cancer tests available.
Using patient navigators to help patients overcome barriers and understand the medical system helps patients in Kentucky and Florida get the screening and follow-up care they need.
The Eastern Iowa Health Center’s patient navigation process, staff teamwork, and free transportation helped patients with low incomes get screened for colorectal cancer.
Calling patients to remind them about appointments and tests can increase screening. See how West Virginia’s program worked with one clinic to increase screening.