Study: Reminders can help raise mammography screening rates

06/30/2010 | HealthDay News

A study of more than 2,300 low-income women with health insurance found higher screening rates among women who received reminders from their managed care organizations and primary care physicians as well as personal counseling from health workers compared with those who did not get any reminders. "Health insurance is a necessary condition for screening, but it is apparently not a sufficient condition," the lead researcher said.

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