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video iconVideos

Too Great a Cost

Dr. Lisa Richardson, Director of CDC’s Division of Cancer Prevention and Control, highlights evidence-based strategies to help you screen more people and save money for your health system in this video.

Reminders and Reducing Structural Barriers

The greatest effects come when these two strategies are used together with the strategy to increase provider delivery of services, as this video explains.

Patient and Provider Reminders

This video explains that you can increase community demand for cancer screening with patient reminders, and increase delivery of screening services with provider reminders.

Make It Easy

This video lists ways you can increase cancer screenings by making it easier and more convenient for people to get screened.

audio iconPodcasts

Too Great a Cost

Dr. Lisa Richardson, Director of CDC’s Division of Cancer Prevention and Control, highlights evidence-based strategies that can help you screen more people and save money for your health system.

Podcast media icon[MP3-1MB] | Transcript txt icon[TXT-2KB]

Reminders and Reducing Structural Barriers

The greatest effects come when these two strategies are used together with the strategy to increase provider delivery of services.

Podcast media icon[MP3-470KB] | Transcript txt icon[TXT-2KB]

Patient and Provider Reminders

Patient reminders increase community demand for cancer screening and provider reminders increase delivery of screening services.

Podcast media icon[MP3-470KB] | Transcript txt icon[TXT-2KB]

Make It Easy

This podcast lists ways you can increase cancer screenings by making it easier and more convenient for people to get screened.

Podcast media icon[MP3-470KB] | Transcript txt icon[TXT-2KB]

paper iconFact Sheets

Improving the Practice of Cancer Screening: How Your Public Health Agency Can Help pdf icon[PDF-95KB]

For decades, cancer prevention programs have provided screening to uninsured and hard-to-reach populations. With the increase in the number of insured Americans, programs can offer expertise to health systems on reaching various populations with the potential to multiply impact.

No Time for Guesswork pdf icon[PDF-171KB]

Public health agencies offer proven strategies for improving the quality and rate of cancer screening. Working with health systems and other partners to implement evidence-based interventions can significantly reduce health care costs and increase lives saved.
Page last reviewed: December 19, 2019