Implementing a Viable Lung Cancer Screening Program – Part 4

by Cassling on Aug 17, 2016

Is your facility planning on implementing a low-dose CT (LDCT) lung cancer screening program? If so, you’ll want to hear these lessons learned from Leslie Ciancibello, RT, R, CT, from the University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center.

Lessons Learned From Implementing a LDCT Lung Cancer Screening Program

Implementing a successful lung cancer screening program is no simple task. All key stakeholders need to understand the program to make it successful. Learn why the Seidman Cancer Center found patient, physician and staff education to be the most important factor when implementing their screening program.

Looking for more information about low-dose CT lung cancer screenings? Download our trend report for five tips to create a positive and safe LDCT screening experience for patients. Or check out our Siemens CT solutions that can help make low-dose screening program possible.


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