Colonoscopy 'potentially inappropriate' for 30 percent of seniors
from HealthLeaders Media
During the year after an influential U.S. task force advised providers to stop routine screening colonoscopies in seniors over age 75 because risks of harm outweigh benefits, as many as 30 percent of these "potentially or probably inappropriate" procedures were still being performed, with huge pattern variation across the nation, especially in Texas.
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