Georgia navigator program leads to more colonoscopies

08/1/2011 | Albany Herald (Ga.), The

The Southwest Georgia Cancer Coalition's navigator program, which serves 18 counties, has led to 800 patient colonoscopies and the detection of six cancers. Three full-time navigators identify uninsured or under-insured patients who need cancer screenings; help them with paperwork, transportation and scheduling; and even educate them them about proper bowel preparation procedures.

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