Stakeholder engagement to initiate lung cancer screening in an urban safety-net health system

Simon J.Craddock Lee, Heidi A. Hamann, Travis G Browning, Noel O. Santini, Suhny Abbara, David S Balis, Hsienchang T Chiu, Brett A. Moran, Molly McGuire, David E Gerber

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Abstract

• Health systems, especially those caring for medically underserved populations, should consider a multi-level approach to patient and stakeholder engagement to advance adoption of population screening as guideline-based care. • Iterative engagement should inform design and activation of an electronic order set to (1) capture socio-demographic data to establish screening eligibility, and (2) provide CMS-mandated documentation of patient counseling, while minimizing order burden for referring clinicians. • Patients who most stand to benefit from guideline-based lung cancer screening may also be those least likely to complete the multi-step processes of screening.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number100370
JournalHealthcare
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StateAccepted/In press - Jan 1 2019

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Early Detection of Cancer
Lung Neoplasms
Guidelines
Safety
Patient Participation
Health
Vulnerable Populations
Documentation
Counseling
Demography
Population

Keywords

  • EHR
  • Lung cancer screening
  • Population-based program safety-net
  • Smoking cessation
  • Stakeholder engagement

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  • Health Policy

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Stakeholder engagement to initiate lung cancer screening in an urban safety-net health system. / Lee, Simon J.Craddock; Hamann, Heidi A.; Browning, Travis G; Santini, Noel O.; Abbara, Suhny; Balis, David S; Chiu, Hsienchang T; Moran, Brett A.; McGuire, Molly; Gerber, David E.

In: Healthcare, 01.01.2019.

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