In 2020, the Consortium for Cancer Implementation Science (CCIS) featured “Technology and Health Communication in Implementation Science” as one of the seven action groups identified as priority areas for the field. Members of this action group identified a need to assess the state of the science and key knowledge gaps in the use of health information technologies (HIT) in implementation science and cancer prevention in primary care. This webinar will discuss insights from a scoping review on HIT targeting guideline-concordant secondary cancer prevention in primary care settings, current knowledge of the barriers and facilitators to their adoption, as well as reflections on the value of this public good for the field.
Kaiser Permanente Northwest Center for Health Research
University of Colorado School of Medicine
George Mason University