Colorectal Cancer Screening Quick Guide

Colorectal cancer kills more than 50,000 people annually

Sadly, colorectal cancer is highly preventable but kills more than 50,000 people each year.  Colorectal cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the United States, and the second leading cause of death from cancer.

Colorectal cancer impacts both men and women, with risk increasing with age.  However, regular screenings support early detection and treatment.

Preventative screening for patients ages 50-75

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month – a great reminder to make sure your practice has tools in place to identify patients need to be screened, especially those between the ages of 50 and 75.  It’s also a good opportunity to make sure all members of the care team feel like they have the resources to support conversations with those patients about the importance of preventative colorectal care.

Arcadia Analytics can help identify and track patients

In the latest Quick Guide, our training team explains how Arcadia Analytics can help your practice identify patients that need a screening. Arcadia Analytics can also be used to monitor this important clinical quality measure across individual providers, and across your organization.

You can request the Quick Guide using the short form below.

Have questions about using Arcadia Analytics to support your clinical quality initiatives?  Contact

Jennifer Polello, MPHA, MCHES, PCMH CCE

Jennifer is the Director of Product Training at Arcadia Healthcare Solutions, with over 20 years of experience across the healthcare continuum in the areas of public health, chronic disease management, quality improvement, health policy, clinical informatics and project management.  Her extensive knowledge and leadership has enabled Arcadia client success on complex enterprise clinical transformation and care coordination projects.   She is an expert facilitator, leading teams of clinicians, nurses and physicians through the transformation and improvement process of patient care in the ambulatory setting through multiple projects throughout her career.

Jennifer has worked on regional health information exchange (HIE) projects and assisted in the design of a clinical decision support tool for patients with type 2 diabetes.  She has also created and implemented online learning modules for clinical transformation and adoption of electronic medical record systems.  Jennifer has a Master’s degree in Health Policy and Administration from Washington State University and is a PCMH Certified Content Expert.  She brings that knowledge and experience across multiple clinical settings to enhance the training and implementation of Arcadia’s core products.     Under Jennifer’s leadership, Arcadia Analytics clients have been able to use training as a way to move closer to their strategic goals.

March 16, 2017

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The Arcadia Training Team has many other quick guides, including two on identifying patients in need of cervical cancer screening and monitoring that quality improvement initiative.

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