colorectal cancer specifications

colorectal cancer specifications

Measure Specs Colon - American College of Surgeons

Jun 30, 2019  2. Renour D, Kennecki H, Gill S. Trends in chemotherapy utilization for colorectal cancer. Clin Colorectal Cancer. 2008;7:386-389. 3. Hoffman LJ, Le S, Waddell B, Davis KG. Effect of race on colon cancer treatment and outcomes in the Department of Defense healthcare system. Dis Colon Rectum. 2010;53:9-15. 4.

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Colorectal Cancer Screening Measure Specification

Jan 01, 2020  50 years or older at the start of the measurement period AND less than 76 years at the end of the measurement period

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Quality ID #113 (NQF 0034): Colorectal Cancer Screening

Colorectal cancer represents eight percent of all new cancer cases and is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States. In 2018, an estimated 140,250 new cases of colorectal cancer and an estimated 50,630deaths ... measures and specifications must be approved by NCQA and are subject to a license at the discretion of NCQA.

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Colorectal Cancer Screening

An estimated 132,700 men and women were diagnosed with colon or rectal cancer in 2015. In the same year, 49,700 were estimated to have died from the disease, making colorectal cancer the third leading cause of cancer death in the United States (National Cancer Institute 2015, American Cancer Society 2015).

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Colorectal Cancer Screening 9.2.000 - eCQI Resource Center

Colorectal cancer represents eight percent of all new cancer cases and is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States. In 2019, an estimated 145,600 new cases of colorectal cancer and an estimated 51,020 deaths attributed to it.

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Quality ID #113 (NQF 0034): Colorectal Cancer Screening

diagnosed with colorectal cancer at some point during their lifetimes. For most adults, older age is the most important risk factor for colorectal cancer, although being male and black are also associated with higher incidence and mortality. Colorectal cancer is most frequently diagnosed among people 65 to 74 years old (Howlader et al. 2017).

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Colorectal Cancer Screening - NCQA

17 行  Assesses adults 50–75 who had appropriate screening for colorectal cancer with any

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Colorectal Cancer Screening - partnershiphp.org

• Colorectal Cancer Screening Measure - Clinical Significance and Specifications • Review/Share of Best and Promising Practices • Commitment - One Change to Make Screening an Easier Choice for Members/Patients • Resources/Offerings • Evaluation and CME/CE credit • Questions. Agenda

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HEDIS Measure: Colorectal Cancer Screening (COL)

1. A digital rectal exam (DRE) does not count as evidence of a colorectal cancer screening because it is not specific enough to screen for colorectal cancer. 2. FOBTs performed in an office setting or performed on a sample collected via DRE do not meet criteria. Exclusions

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2021 Quality Rating System Measure Technical Specifications

Breast Cancer Screening NCQA 2372 Cervical Cancer Screening NCQA 0032 Child and Adolescent Well Care Visits NCQA N/A Childhood Immunization Status (Combination 3) NCQA 0038 Chlamydia Screening in Women NCQA 0033 Colorectal Cancer Screening NCQA 0034 Comprehensive Diabetes Care: Eye Exam (Retinal) Performed NCQA 0055

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Colorectal Cancer Screening Measure Specification -

Jan 01, 2020  50 years or older at the start of the measurement period AND less than 76 years at the end of the measurement period

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Colorectal Cancer Screening Specifications 2011 2012 -

Colorectal Cancer Screening Measure Specifications 2011‐2012 Revised 05/16/2011 1 Summary of Changes Changes in Age Ranges The birthdate ranges were changed to include patients ages 51‐75 at the end of the measurement

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DOH COLORECTAL CANCER SCREENING PROGRAM

Document Title: DOH Colorectal Cancer Screening Program Specifications Document Ref. Number: DOH/ADCPH/CRCS/PS/1.0 Version: 1.0 Approval Date: 04 September 2019 Effective Date: 05 September 2019 Last Reviewed: August 2019 Next Review: October 2020 Revision History: Version 0.9 July, 2012 Document Owner: Public Health and Research Division

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Colorectal Cancer - CDISC

Nov 15, 2018  Version 1.0 of the Colorectal Cancer Therapeutic Area User Guide (TAUG-CrCa) was developed under the CDISC Standards Development Process and describes the most common biomedical concepts relevant to Colorectal Cancer, and the necessary metadata to represent data consistently with CDASH, SDTM, and ADaM.TA Standards extend the

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HEDIS SPECIFICATION OVERVIEW 2021 - Cigna

Colorectal Cancer Screening (COL) Eligible (denominator) CPT: Patients age 51–75 Compliant (numerator) To identify Flexible Sigmoidoscopy: Appropriate screening for colorectal cancer completed One or more of the following screenings: • FOBT during measurement year • Flexible sigmoidoscopy in measurement year or prior 4 years

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Colorectal Cancer Screening Tests CDC - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

A colonoscopy is one of several screening tests for colorectal cancer. Talk to your doctor about which test is right for you. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends. external icon. that adults age 45 to 75 be screened for colorectal cancer. The decision to be screened after age 75 should be made on an individual basis.

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Colorectal Cancer Screening - partnershiphp.org

• Colorectal Cancer Screening Measure - Clinical Significance and Specifications • Review/Share of Best and Promising Practices • Commitment - One Change to Make Screening an Easier Choice for Members/Patients • Resources/Offerings • Evaluation and CME/CE credit • Questions. Agenda

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Colorectal Cancer and Nutrition - PubMed Central (PMC)

Jan 14, 2019  Colorectal Cancer is the third most common cancer diagnosed in the US. While the incidence and the mortality rate of colorectal cancer has decreased due to effective cancer screening measures, there has been an increase in number of young patients diagnosed in colon cancer due to unclear reasons at this point of time.

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Vegetarian Dietary Patterns and the Risk of Colorectal Cancers

May 01, 2015  Colorectal cancer remains the second leading cause of cancer mortality in the United States. 1 Although much attention has focused on improving screening for and treatment of colorectal cancer, enhancing primary prevention through risk factor reduction remains an important objective. Dietary factors have been implicated as important sources of modifiable

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2021 Quality Rating System Measure Technical

Breast Cancer Screening NCQA 2372 Cervical Cancer Screening NCQA 0032 Child and Adolescent Well Care Visits NCQA N/A Childhood Immunization Status (Combination 3) NCQA 0038 Chlamydia Screening in Women NCQA 0033 Colorectal Cancer Screening NCQA 0034 Comprehensive Diabetes Care: Eye Exam (Retinal) Performed NCQA 0055

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Colorectal cancer - National Institutes of Health

Several decades ago, colorectal cancer was infrequently diagnosed. Nowadays, it is the world's fourth most deadly cancer with almost 900 000 deaths annually. Besides an ageing population and dietary habits of high-income countries, unfavourable risk factors such as obesity, lack of physical exercise

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What Is Colorectal Cancer? How Does Colorectal Cancer Start?

Colorectal cancer starts in the colon or the rectum. These cancers can also be called colon cancer or rectal cancer, depending on where they start. Colon cancer and rectal cancer are often grouped together because they have many features in common. Cancer starts when cells in the body start to grow out of control.

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Colorectal Cancer Screening - Oregon

note indicating colorectal cancer or total colectomy any time during the member’s history through December 31 of the measurement year. Deviations from cited specifications for numerator:None. What are the continuous enrollment criteria: The measurement year and the year prior to the measurement year . What are allowable gaps in enrollment:

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Colorectal Cancer Screening eCQI Resource Center - Office of

Numerator Statement. Patients with one or more screenings for colorectal cancer. Appropriate screenings are defined by any one of the following criteria: - Fecal occult blood test (FOBT) during the measurement period. - Flexible sigmoidoscopy during the measurement period or the four years prior to the measurement period.

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Colorectal cancer - National Institutes of Health

Several decades ago, colorectal cancer was infrequently diagnosed. Nowadays, it is the world's fourth most deadly cancer with almost 900 000 deaths annually. Besides an ageing population and dietary habits of high-income countries, unfavourable risk factors such as obesity, lack of physical exercise

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2021 Quality Measure Highlight Colorectal Cancer Screening

screened. Colorectal cancer screening in asymptomatic adults between the ages of 51 and 75 can catch polyps before they become cancerous and guide their removal or detect colorectal cancer in its early stages, when treatment is most effective. 1,2 _____ 1 American Cancer Society. 2020. “Colorectal Cancer Facts Figures 2020

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Colorectal Cancer—Patient Version - National Cancer Institute

Colorectal cancer often begins as a growth called a polyp inside the colon or rectum. Finding and removing polyps can prevent colorectal cancer. Start here to find information on colon and rectal cancer treatment, causes and prevention, screening, research, and statistics.

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Colorectal cancer - MedlinePlus

Oct 05, 2021  Colorectal cancer is cancer that starts in the large intestine (colon) or the rectum (end of the colon). Other types of cancer can affect the colon. These include lymphoma, carcinoid tumors, melanoma, and sarcomas. These are rare. In this article, colon cancer refers to colorectal cancer only.

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Colorectal Cancer Screening (COL) - Premera Blue Cross

Colorectal Cancer Screening (COL) Colorectal cancer is currently the second leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States. When detected and treated in the earliest stage, colorectal cancer has a five-year relative survival rate of 90%.

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Colorectal Cancer Research Articles - National Cancer Institute

Nov 05, 2020  Colorectal cancer screening reduces deaths from the disease, yet about one-third of Americans aren’t up to date with screening. Learn what happened when people waiting for routine checkups used an app that allowed them to order their own screening test.

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2021 Quality Rating System Measure Technical

Breast Cancer Screening NCQA 2372 Cervical Cancer Screening NCQA 0032 Child and Adolescent Well Care Visits NCQA N/A Childhood Immunization Status (Combination 3) NCQA 0038 Chlamydia Screening in Women NCQA 0033 Colorectal Cancer Screening NCQA 0034 Comprehensive Diabetes Care: Eye Exam (Retinal) Performed NCQA 0055

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2021 MIPS Measure #113: Colorectal Cancer Screening -

Colorectal cancer is most frequently diagnosed among people 65 to 74 years old (National Cancer Institute, 2019). Screening can be effective for finding precancerous lesions (polyps) that could later become malignant, and for detecting early cancers that can be more easily and effectively treated. Precancerous polyps usually take about 10 to 15 ...

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Vegetarian Dietary Patterns and the Risk of Colorectal Cancers

May 01, 2015  Colorectal cancer remains the second leading cause of cancer mortality in the United States. 1 Although much attention has focused on improving screening for and treatment of colorectal cancer, enhancing primary prevention through risk factor reduction remains an important objective. Dietary factors have been implicated as important sources of modifiable risk for colorectal cancer. 2

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9 Must-Know Facts About Colorectal Cancer - NFCR

Feb 28, 2017  Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer diagnosed in both men and women in the U.S. Although the death rate from colorectal cancer has been dropping for the past 30 years, it is still the second leading cause of cancer death in the U.S. The overall lifetime risk of developing colorectal cancer is: 1 in 21 for men and 1 in 23 for women.[i]

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Rapid Quality Report (RQRS) - American College of Surgeons

colorectal cancer in order to support ongoing quality assurance programs using the RQRS. 2.) ... reports information in a manner consistent with the design specifications and can be independently verified by external users of the system. ...

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Colorectal Cancer Screening: ACS Updates Guideline for Adults

Jan 15, 2019  Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the fourth most prevalent cancer in the United States and second leading cancer-related cause of death. More than one

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Colorectal Cancer - NFCR

Colorectal cancer is the term used to describe any cancer that begins in the colon or rectum. The colon and rectum are both part of the large intestine, and play an integral role in the body’s digestive system. Colorectal cancer often begins as a growth in the lining of the colon or rectum, known as a

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Types of Colorectal Cancer - Stanford Health Care

Up to 15% of colorectal cancer patients have family members with colorectal cancer, but do not have a known colorectal cancer syndrome such as familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP) or hereditary nonpolyposis colon cancer (HNPCC). Colon cancer in these families may appear to follow an autosomal dominant pattern of inheritance.

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