New Connections to Colorectal Growth Counteractive action.


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Procedure to increment colorectal disease screening by human services suppliers ... Distinguishes and instructs families at high danger of colon tumor because of hereditary transformations ...
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New Links to Colorectal Cancer Prevention American Cancer Society Wellmark Foundation

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Program Goal Increase age suitable colorectal disease screenings through coordinated effort with therapeutic suppliers. Our essential consideration practices are situated in 15 provinces in Iowa and South Dakota. These provinces surpass state and national rate for colorectal tumor.

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Colorectal Cancer Incidence Age-balanced rates per 100,000 Iowa Incidence Rate: 62.9 S Dakota Incidence Rate: 61.9 U.S. Rate: 53.1 Source: CDC National Program of Cancer Registries Cancer Surveillance System (NPCR-CSS) 2006 information and SEER United States Cancer Statistics 2003.

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Project Plan Education Health experts Patients Public Awareness Increase age and hazard suitable colorectal disease screening by medicinal services suppliers in focused practices

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Process to increment colorectal growth screening by human services suppliers Query programming programs for patients ages 50-85 Audit records to decide screening status of every patient. Send letter from essential consideration doctor asking for patients call their office to plan an arrangement for screening.

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Process to increment colorectal growth screening by human services suppliers Identify patients requiring prior colorectal malignancy screening because of family medicinal history. Send high hazard letter to persistent ; ask for family wellbeing history. Place screening status update on patient record for every patient without screening. Place American Cancer Society/Clinic promotions in the neighborhood daily papers.

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Reporting Measures Increased colorectal malignancy screening rates over gauge rates by no less than 10% for every supplier Numbers of patients recognized and letters sent from essential consideration rehearse Number of colonoscopies booked Results from colonoscopy reports Number of patients at high hazard for hereditary colorectal tumor distinguished

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Process Results: Akron Mercy Medical Clinic Number of letters sent: 736 Number of extra colonoscopies since undertaking started: 276 Increase over standard: 92%

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Colonoscopy Results: Akron Mercy Medical Clinic Number of irregular colonoscopies: 66 Number of colon growths identified: 0 Number of high hazard studies: 19

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Akron (Plymouth County)Results to date: Program-Initiated Colonoscopies Based on 175 colonoscopy reports got to date

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Process Results: Primghar Mercy Medical Clinic Number of letters sent: 214 Number of extra colonoscopies since venture started: 148 Percent expansion over benchmark: 80%

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Colonoscopy Results: Primghar Mercy Medical Clinic Number of anomalous colonoscopies: 67 Number of colon diseases distinguished: 3 Number of high hazard reviews: 2

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Primghar (O\'Brien County)Results to date: Program-Initiated Colonoscopies Based on 129 colonoscopy reports got to date

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Process Results: Hartley Mercy Medical Clinic Number of letters sent: 300 Number of extra colonoscopies since task started: 59 Percent expansion over pattern: 30%

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Colonoscopy Results: Hartley Mercy Medical Clinic Number of unusual colonoscopies: 20 Number of colon tumors recognized: 0 Number of high hazard studies: 0

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Results to date: Program-Initiated Colonoscopies Based on 52 colonoscopy reports got to date

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Benefits Early screening Reduces occurrence Detects colon growth at a prior, more treatable stage Identifies and teach s families at high danger of colon growth because of hereditary transformations

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Increase in Colonoscopy Screens Goal: 10% over gauge

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Results to date: Program-Initiated Colonoscopies Based on 391 colonoscopy reports got to date

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Barriers to Colorectal Screening Anxiety Lack of training No protection High deductibles

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The Colossal Colon: Seeing is Believing

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