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NCCRT 80% by 2018 “mini webinar” on Exemplary Primary Care Practices

Tuesday, November 10th, 1:00pm EST — NCCRT 80% by 2018 “mini webinar” on Exemplary Primary Care Practices, featuring Dr. Jason Crawford of Community Health Alliance in Reno, Nevada

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 Description of Event:

During this webinar, Dr. Jason Crawford, Chief Medical Officer of Community Health Alliance in Reno, Nevada and winner of the Nevada Cancer Coalition 2015  “Innovation Award,” will share his experience implementing practice improvements to increase colon cancer screening rates, including work they have done to address disparities issues.  We will also highlight an NCCRT 80% by 2018 resource document, What can primary care doctors do to advance 80% by 2018?

This webinar, “80% by 2018:  Exemplary Primary Care Practices,” is a part of an 80% by 2018 “mini webinar” series that will profile different “best practices” around 80% by 2018 in different categories.  Each is designed to deliver the content in 30 minutes or less, though speakers will be available to answer questions after the formal part of the presentation is over.  These webinars will feature real life colorectal cancer screening success stories, coupled with a review of an 80% by 2018 backgrounder.


 Jason P. Crawford, MD, MPH

Chief Medical Officer

Community Health Alliance

Reno, Nevada

 Audience:  This webinar is open to NCCRT members, 80% by 2018 partners, CDC grantees and ACS Health Systems staff.

 Registration information:

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