Our Lung Cancer HRA can motivate lung screenings objectively, based on respected research. The recommendations are tailored to individuals based on personal risk factors and widely accepted guidelines.
Our Lung Cancer HRA can create internal, or intrinsic motivation for lung screenings by objectively quantifying whether or not someone should talk to a doctor about having a lung screening by delivering tailored advice based on personal risk factors and widely accepted guidelines.Ah-ha moments, health month, lung cancer, Lung Cancer Risk Assessment, lung screenings, motivate health behavior, population health, risk factors, save lives
In February 2015, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a final national coverage determination that provides for Medicare coverage of screening for lung cancer with low-dose computed tomography (LDCT). “This is the first time that Medicare has covered lung cancer screening. This is an important new Medicare preventive benefit, since lung cancer […]Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, lung cancer, Lung Cancer Risk Assessment, patient outcome, population health, risk factors