Too Many People and Not Enough Screenings–Here’s How Maine Primary Care Association and the Maine CDC Tackled It

In Maine, where distances are vast and the weather is extreme, too few people were getting mammograms, pap smears and colonoscopies. Plus, it was tough to train the people who could help. Here’s how they made a difference in health outcomes with patient navigator training.

What You Can Learn from Susan G. Komen’s Online Patient Navigator Training Program

Timing is everything when it comes to breast cancer. Early screening and detection can save a life, and dealing with a diagnosis requires knowing what to expect and when. Susan G. Komen knows all this, and they also know that patient navigator training for breast cancer is the key to improving outcomes in detection and treatment.