Colorectal Cancer Screening Data Sets Webinar
Description of Event:
This webinar will review key colorectal cancer screening data sets, including BRFSS, NHIS, HEDIS and UDS, and will address the following topics:
• What does each data set measure?
• How frequently are the data collected, and what is the data lag for each?
• What are the advantages and disadvantages of each data set?
• Which health systems do they inform?
• What is the cost of accessing the data?
• What is the right data set for my purpose?
Cheryl Holm Hansen, PhD , Wilder Research
Djenaba Joseph, MD, MPH, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Carrie Klabunde, PhD, National Cancer Institute
Mary Barton, MD, MPP, Nat’l Committee for Quality Assurance
Laura Makaroff, DO, Health Resources & Services Administration
This webinar is open to NCCRT members, 80% by 2018 partners, CDC grantees and ACS Health Systems staff.
Save the Dates!
This webinar is a part of a webinar series on key topics related to colorectal cancer that the NCCRT is hosting this summer. Please hold the follow dates for the other webinars in the series:
Tuesday, August 11th 2:30pm EST — Evaluating Social Media and Colorectal Cancer Screening Messages
Monday, August, 17th at 3:00pm EST – Links of Care: Improving Access to Specialists for Community Health Center Patients in the Delivery of Colorectal Cancer Screening
Monday, September 21st 1:00pm EST – Evaluating Systems Change focused on Colorectal Cancer Screening
Finally, if you need a 101 on evaluation, last summer’s three part evaluation 101 webinar series is still available at:
Many thanks, and we hope you will be able to join! If not, a replay will be made available shortly after the webinar.
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