Colorectal cancer detection increases with notification to nonadherent patients

The number of colorectal cancer cases detected showed a modest increase in 1 year after general practitioners were provided with a list of their nonadherent patients, according to results published in JAMA.“Providing general practitioners with a list of their nonadherent patients led to a modest increase in the number of cases of colorectal cancer detected after 1 year compared with usual care,” Héloïse Schmeltz, MD,MSc, and colleagues wrote.Researchers performed a randomized clinical trial between July 2015 and 2016 of 1,446 general practitioners form 801 practices and 31,229Read More

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