Gastroenterology of Southern Indiana to Take Part in Mayo Clinic Endoscopic Quality Improvement Project
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The Endoscopic Quality Improvement Project includes 10 GI practices across the country. Through the trial, Mayo Clinic provides the participating practices with training and education targeted for improved adenoma detection rates.
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