This editorial discusses the US Preventive Services Task Force Recommendation on Colorectal Cancer Screening.
This randomized clinical trial investigates participation rate, adenoma yield, performance, and adverse events of population-based colonoscopy screening in several European countries.
This randomised clinical trial examines the effect of patient navigation on breast, cervical, and colorectal cancer screening levels in low-income and racial/ethnic minority populations.
This clinical trial examines the effect of 3 different presentations of benefits and harms on patients’ intentions to accept low-value or potentially low-value screening services.
This Research Letter examines the costs and potential benefits of Medicare coverage of anesthesia services during screening colonoscopies for patients at low risk of sedation-related complications.
This study investigated changes in colonoscopy-related spending and complications before and after institution of an insurer policy that forced cost sharing for use of higher-priced services.
This dynamic cohort study suggests that increased implementation of the patient-centered medical home model has significantly greater potential to increase cancer screening in lower socioeconomic status settings.
Royce and coauthors examine the patterns of prostate, breast, cervical, and colorectal cancer screening in the United States in individuals with different life expectancies.
Baker and colleagues set out to determine whether a multifaceted intervention increases adherence to annual fecal occult blood testing compared with usual care. In their Invited Commentary, Green and Coronado further explore the topic of increased testing adherence among priority populations.
Gupta and colleagues investigate methods of colorectal cancer screening outreach to the underserved.