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A Randomized Controlled Trial of Opt-in Versus Opt-Out Colorectal Cancer Screening Outreach.

Mehta, Shivan J; Khan, Tanya; Guerra, Carmen; Reitz, Catherine; McAuliffe, Timothy; Volpp, Kevin G; Asch, David A; Doubeni, Chyke A.
Am J Gastroenterol; 113(12): 1848-1854, 2018 12.
Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-29925915




Patients randomized to opt-in agreed to participate 23.1% of the time, and only 2.5% of those in opt-out chose not to participate. FIT kits were mailed to 22.4% and 93% of patients in opt-in and opt-out arms, respectively. In intention-to-screen analysis, patients in the opt-out arm had a higher FIT completion rate (29.1%) than in the opt-in arm (9.6%) (absolute difference 19.5%; 95% confidence interval, 10.9-27.9%; P < .001). Results were similar in subgroup analysis of those sent initial messaging through the EHR portal (9.5% opt-in versus 37.5% in opt-out).