New Initiative Offered To Improve Cancer Diagnosis in Primary Care
Applications are being accepted for a free 18-month patient safety program designed to address the challenges of cancer diagnosis in ambulatory and primary care practices. The program, which will begin in June, will emphasize strategies to improve diagnostic verification, timeliness and communication with patients. Participants will receive one-on-one expert coaching to help improve diagnoses of breast, colorectal and lung cancers. The training will support implementation of evidence-based strategies to “close the loop” at critical points in the diagnostic process via telemedicine.
The application deadline is May 25.
Learn more about the initiative and how to apply, register now for one of several webinars.