Giving elderly cancer patients a screening assessment printed on yellow paper helped them to recognize it quickly when care coordinators brought it up during a phone conversation, Australian researchers told a geriatric oncology conference. The resulting screenings led to a significant number of referrals to agencies that provide supportive services.
Cancer screening tool on yellow paper improves care coordination
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