Care coordination increases surveillance colonoscopy for high-risk adenoma

Care coordination compared with usual care had a 20.4% higher completion of surveillance colonoscopy in primary care patients at a large health system with high-risk adenoma, according to data from Digestive Disease Week.“By employing a coordination care protocol, nonclinical patient navigators are effective in increasing the uptake of surveillance colonoscopy completion within 3.5 years of index colonoscopy and improve rates of surveillance colonoscopy order placement ,” Anthony Myint, MD, recent graduate from the UCLA Internal Medicine program, said during his virtualRead More

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