Strategies for Lung Cancer Screening Implementation: Program Structure and Panel Profiles

Jennifer L. Logan, MD, MPH
Published: Wednesday, May 01, 2019
Kim L. Sandler, MD

Kim L. Sandler, MD

The structure of lung cancer screening (LCS) programs in the United States vary by resource availability, provider expertise, type of institution, and interests of the organization. Often these programs are developed through the reorganization of preexisting multidisciplinary models that have been providing services related to lung cancer. MD Magazine® contacted experts from several medical centers across the country for details on their programs’ approaches.
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