Colorectal Cancer

In the U.S., colorectal cancer (CRC) is the third most common cancer diagnosed among men and women and the second leading cause of death from cancer. CRC largely can be prevented by the detection and removal of adenomatous polyps. Talk to average risk patients beginning at of 50 and identify high risk patients (such as those with Lynch syndrome or IBD) to encourage screening and reduce deaths from CRC.


Through the Colorectal Cancer Clinical Service Line, AGA offers tools to help you become more efficient, understand quality standards and improve the process of care for patients. 


Educate your patients

Patients can visit for more information on CRC and when to get tested.


preparing for a colonoscopy?

View AGA's poster on the importance of bowel prep. AGA members: you should have received a copy in the mail to hang in your office.

If not, please email to have a poster mailed to you.

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Educate Yourself


Practice Resources


Manage Your Practice

Manage your practice with useful resources and practice improvement tools including CPT, HCPCS, ICD-9 and ICD-10 codes that are commonly used for GI procedures.

AGA Screening Colonoscopy Bundled Payment Model

Lower GI Endoscopy Quick Reference & Crosswalk Chart

G-Codes for Lower GI Endoscopy Procedures Coding FAQ

Screening Colonoscopy Coding FAQs


CRC ICD-9 Codes

ICD-10 Resource Center 

Measure Your quality

Several mechanisms are available for capturing quality data related to the screening and care of patients.

AGA Digestive Health Recognition Program™

PCPI Measures for Endoscopy and Polyp Surveillance

Choosing Wisely®