States can make important strides in eradicating cervical cancer deaths. This report features promising state and federally qualified health center policies that support high performance in cervical cancer screening within the context of the medical home. Drawing from Colorado, Maine, Maryland, New York, Texas, Vermont, and Virginia, this report summarizes innovative programs, practices, and partnerships that facilitate improvement in cervical cancer screening. Experiences in these states offer examples for adoption by others to ensure high-quality preventive care for women. This publication was made possible through the support of the Health Resources and Services Administration.
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