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Registry Partners is excited to bring data abstraction, registry management and consulting services to your facility through our experienced and professional staff. We are dedicating this page of our site to showcase our individual team members, and their most recent accomplishments, to celebrate their hard work in their respective fields both on the behalf of your facility and your patients.

Cindy Bartkus

Cindy Bartkus, RHIT, CPHQ

Senior Vice President

Registry Partners Quality

About Cindy

Cindy is tasked with overseeing and directing the Registry Partners Quality Division project management and validation teams for clinical registries/clinical data abstraction and quality core measures. Additionally, Cindy serves as a mentor and resource to both existing and new project directors, managers and specialists. She resides in Marseilles, IL, with husband Mike, daughter Lindsey, and sons Chris, Tom, and Steven.

Cindy began working for the Registry Partners Quality in January, 2013 as a Project Manager and was promoted to Project Director in June 2014 before rising to her current position as the Vice President of Operation in July of 2015. Prior to joining Registry Partners, Cindy attended Moraine Valley Community College where she earned her Associate of Applied Science Degree and began working toward her Bachelors of Science Degree at Illinois State University thereafter. In addition, she earned two national certifications: RHIT (Registered Health Information Technologist) and CPHQ (Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality).

Cindy began her career in the health information/healthcare quality field in 1985. She has worked in both HIM departments in both coding and Performance Improvement/Quality Management capacities serving as inpatient medical coder for Provena St. Joseph Medical Center in Joliet, IL and Performance Improvement/Quality Specialist for Advocate Chris Medical Center in Oak Lawn, IL and Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove, IL. She has also served as an Adjunct Instructor for the Health Information Management program through Joliet Junior College in Joliet, IL. Cindy is a member of the National Association for Healthcare Quality (NAHQ) and the Illinois Association for Healthcare Quality (IAHQ).

Carla Edwards

Carla Edwards, CTR

Senior Vice President of Registry Operations & Business Development

Registry Partners Oncology

About Carla

Carla Edwards serves in the position of Vice President of Registry Operations for the Oncology Division. Carla is tasked with directing and overseeing the daily operations of State Central Registry and State Report Only cancer registry projects. She provides direct support of State Report Only and State Central Registry Project Directors while overseeing the management of Project Managers, Specialists and Project CTRs working in this specialty area. Additionally, Carla is involved with overseeing and developing company processes for our mentoring program, providing sales support as needed and collaboration with the Vice President of Accreditation Services to work on projects that ensure efficient division-wide operations and overall division success. She presently resides in Texarkana, Arkansas with husband Don, daughters Allie, Addison and stepson Hunter.

Carla began working for Registry Partners in February 2006 as a project Certified Tumor Registrar. She was promoted to Quality Control Specialist in January, 2009 followed by Project Manager in August, 2009 where she has managed both accredited and non-accredited hospital based projects and project support staff.

Prior to joining Registry Partners, Carla attended University of Arkansas at Hope where she earned her Associate of Applied Science Degree in May of 2003 with an emphasis in Health Information Management prior to earning her national certification as a Certified Tumor Registrar (CTR), in 2004. She began her career in the Oncology field in 2001 at UAMS/AHECSW (University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Area Health Education Centers Southwest) in Texarkana, Arkansas as a cancer registry abstractor. She furthered her career as Cancer Registrar for Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, before accepting a cancer registry consulting/coordinator role with a cancer registry consulting firm.

Crystal McDaniel

Crystal McDaniel, CTR

Senior Vice President of Accreditation & Central Registry Services

Registry Partners Oncology

About Crystal

Crystal McDaniel, CTR serves as the Vice President of Accreditation Services for the Oncology Services Division, where she directly oversees the daily operations of the Oncology Services Division specific to Commission on Cancer Accreditation Services and Projects. Crystal is directly involved with Commission on Cancer program development and management and oversees the RPI’s team of Commission on Cancer Project Directors and Project Managers. Crystal presently resides in Cross Plains, TX, with her son Logan and daughter Jaci.

Crystal began working at Registry Partners in June of 2005 as a project Certified Tumor Registrar and Project Manager where she managed both accredited and non-accredited hospital based projects and project support staff. In January 2011, she was promoted to Project Director with expanded involvement with cancer program accreditation services and in the fall of 2011, she was selected by the American College of Surgeons, Commission on Cancer (COC), as a CoC-Trained consultant.

In 2013 she was promoted to Accreditation and Registry Operations Director where she provided consultative services to existing cancer programs and those seeking initial accreditation; provided oversight cancer registry project operations with a special focus on process improvement, standardization and streamlining to increase operational efficiencies. Additionally, she served as a mentor and resource to Commission on Cancer based project managers and project specialists.

Crystal attended Texarkana College in Texarkana, Texas prior to earning her national certification as a Certified Tumor Registrar (CTR), in 2004. She began her career in the Oncology field in 2001 at UAMS/AHECSW (University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Area Health Education Centers Southwest) in Texarkana, Arkansas where she served as lead abstractor and cancer program assistant before joining Registry Partners, Inc. in 2005.

She is a member of several professional organizations including the: National Cancer Registrars Association (NCRA), Texas Tumor Registrars Association (TxTRA) and the American Cancer Society where she has volunteered as chairperson for the Relay for Life and has also served as chairperson for the Cross Plains Cancer Walk.

Linda Reimers

Linda Reimers, CTR

Director of Business Development

Registry Partners Oncology

About Linda

Linda Reimers, CTR is the Corporate Director of Business Development for the Registry Partners Oncology Division. Linda is tasked with overseeing the daily operations of the Business Development Team and supporting the acquisition and maintenance of Oncology clients. Linda will be defining and managing the Oncology based sales and marketing programs and will participate in both state and national peer organizations. Linda will continue her role with the Registry Partners’ Oncology Division Executive Management Team.

Linda began working for Registry Partners Oncology Division in 2006 as Senior Project Manager, promoted to Clinical Services Director in April, 2008 and Vice President of Accreditation Services in 2012. Reimers presently resides in Cary, Illinois with her husband Pete.

Linda attended Illinois State University, graduating in 1980 with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree, majoring in Health Information Management. She has also earned two national certifications, Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) and Certified Tumor Registrar (CTR), and is also a Commission on Cancer- Trained Consultant for Oncology Cancer Programs nationwide, which further reflects her expertise in the health information and oncology fields.

Q&A With Linda:

Q: "What are some of your experiences as a CoC-trained consultant?"

A: "One of the best opportunities I have as a Commission on Cancer-Trained Consultant is meeting oncology leaders all over the country. They are all passionate about the work they do for oncology patients and are unceasingly supportive of the programs and opportunities available to their patients. A cancer patients’ diagnosis and treatment is multidisciplinary which requires cooperation and coordination to a higher degree than many diseases. That coordination requires an attitude of partnership that is always evident when I visit hospitals. Each facility has unique strengths and opportunities for growth, but their commitment to better outcomes for all of us is always the priority.

I enjoy learning about each of the facilities I visit, especially how the hospital came to be and the impact they have had on their community. All of my visits prove health care continues to be changing and healthcare providers are always busy people. Listening to patient navigators and community outreach coordinators allows me to see and understand the patient population and the barriers they may be experiencing. Every hospital is striving to achieve the best possible environment for quality care.

I always feel fortunate and honored to be considered part of a cancer program team."

Sheila Veuleman, RN, BSN, CPE, COS-C

Business Development Associate

Registry Partners Quality

About Sheila

Sheila began working for Registry Partners in May 2013 as a Project Manager followed by a promotion in June of 2014 to Project Director for the Quality Services Division. She was tasked with overseeing and directing VPS (Virtual Pediatric Intensive Care Unit) registry projects, quality core measures and other clinical registry projects. Additionally, Sheila served as a mentor and resource to both existing and new project managers and project specialists. Later, in September of 2015 Sheila was named Vice President of Operations for our Pediatric Clinical Registry service line.

Prior to joining Registry Partners, Sheila held various nursing and quality related positions some of which include: serving for 6 years as a hospital charge nurse/flight nurse for the neonatal intensive care unit at Willis Knighton Medical Center; working as the Director of Nursing for Amalgam Adolescent Psychiatric Hospital in Pleasant Hill, LA; serving as Administrator for Winward Hospital also in Pleasant Hill, LA; working as an Assistant Administrator and Director of Quality & Risk Management for Christus Coushatta Health Care Center in Coushatta, LA; serving as Quality Improvement Specialist for eQHealth Solutions (Medicare QIO); and finally, working as a Registered Nurse for Synergy Home Care. Sheila attended Northwestern State University in Shreveport, LA where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Additionally, she holds two national certifications: CPE (Certified Patient Educator) and COS-C (Certified Oasis Specialist-Clinical).

Sheila’s professional activities and memberships include serving as a board member and regional representative for the Louisiana Association for Health Quality and community advisory member for the University of Louisiana at Monroe Department of Health Studies. She is also a member of NAHQ (National Association for Healthcare Quality).

Sheila currently lives in Pelican, LA with her husband Jim. She has three sons Zach, Daniel and Sam and a Chihuahua named Trudy.

Amy Arnold, CTR

Accreditation Services Director

Registry Partners Oncology

About Amy

Amy began working for Registry Partners as a part-time Project CTR in June, 2015 before her promotion to full-time Project Manager in June, 2016 and on to Project Director in May, 2017. In her new role as Accreditation Services Director, she will assist the Vice President of Accreditation Services with the oversight of our CoC and NAPBC accredited cancer program projects. She will work one on one with her assigned team of CoC Project Directors and Managers to ensure our accredited cancer program projects have sound operations and efficient processes in place for long term success and client satisfaction. She will also be responsible for ongoing training and mentoring of her assigned CoC Project Director and Project Management teams which will foster the growth of a productive, operationally sound and accountable CoC management team.

Prior to joining Registry Partners, Amy worked as the Cancer Registry Coordinator for Onslow Memorial Hospital in Jacksonville, NC, where she was responsible for general registry operations functions, coordinating cancer committee and tumor board meetings, assisting with quality improvement studies and data analysis, working with the CoC cancer program standards and assisting with the survey accreditation process. Amy also served as Physician Services Coordinator for Onslow where she coordinated medical staff department meetings and medical staff functions, served as a physician liaison between hospital and community providers, and restructured the cancer committee meeting to meet the needs of the hospital and accreditation standards. Additionally, she served as an EDM Core Team Leader (Meditech) for the Emergency Department and Outpatient Rehab program at Onslow where she managed the implementation of Meditech’s Physician Documentation, CPOE and nursing documentation. This process required project management skills, evaluating current processes for efficiencies, streamlining planning and developing training plans and materials and has experience working as an Emergency Department Clinical Secretary.

Amy attended Ashford University in Clinton, Iowa, where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Health Informatics with a minor in Information Systems. She has also taken Health Information Technology courses at Coastal Carolina University and received her CTR certification in 2014. Amy is a member of the National Cancer Registrars Association and the Association of North Carolina Cancer Registrars.

Amy resides in Jacksonville, NC, with her husband James, sons Nathan (12), Aiden (10) and daughter Emma (2). In her spare time she enjoys sightseeing, playing games with her family, reading and crocheting.

Gloria Arnold, RN, MSN, CCRN-K

Pediatric Registry Director

Registry Partners Quality

About Gloria:

Gloria joined Registry Partners, Quality Services Division in August of 2016.

Prior to joining Registry Partners, Gloria worked as a VPS Site Coordinator at Miller Children’s and Women’s Hospital in Long Beach, California, where she performed data analysis, collection, and entry for Virtual PICU, a CCS requirement in California. During her tenure at Miller Children’s and Women’s Hospital besides working as a staff RN, preceptor, and middle manager, Gloria developed the hospital's data collection tools for Nursing Administration for the Clinical Productivity and Staffing Program and the Physician Crimson Advantage databases. Her responsibilities in quality and data analysis included research, comparative reporting, QA projects and involvement in LEAN and Value Stream projects hospital wide. Gloria has devoted much of her past work experience to the Pediatric ICU holding positions such as staff RN, preceptor, and middle management for Lafayette Home Hospital in Lafayette, IN, staff RN, preceptor, and middle management for Riley Children’s Hospital in Indianapolis, IN and Pediatric Transport Team Coordinator, and Supervisor of Pediatric Critical Care for Saint John’s Hospital in Springfield, IL.
Gloria earned both her Master’s Degree in Nursing Education and Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Western Governor’s University. Additionally, she received her Associates of Science in Nursing from Vincennes University. Gloria is certified as a Pediatric Critical Care RN, certified in Pediatric Advanced Life Support and is also a certified PALS instructor.

Gloria currently resides in St. George, Utah with her husband of 25 years, her younger daughter, and two lovable rescue dogs. She has two daughters, Erica (22) a recent graduate of NYU studying pre-med and Erin (17) a senior in high school. During her spare time, Gloria cherishes spending time with her family, camping, traveling and just being together. She also enjoys reading, shopping, going to the movies, and spending time with friends.


Vicky Ban

Vicky Ban, RHIA, CTR

Project Director

Registry Partners Oncology

About Vicky

Vicky Ban has worked with Registry Partners in a full time capacity since August of 2011. She began her employment as a Project CTR. She was promoted to a Project Specialist and continued her advancement to Project Management before transitioning to the role of Project Director. Vicky has worked on a variety of projects consisting of state report only and accredited cancer program projects. She has experience with facilities seeking and obtaining their initial CoC accreditation. Prior to her experience with RPI she worked for Butler Health System in Butler, Pennsylvania as the Cancer Registrar for almost 8 years. Vicky has a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Health Information Management from University of Pittsburgh. She became certified as an RHIA in 1994 and as a CTR in 2004.

Vicky lives in Butler, Pennsylvania with her husband Nick and two daughters Lauren and Katie ages 15 and 11. Vicky enjoys planting flowers, bike riding, and taking part in her step aerobics and Zumba classes.

Sandy Dalen, MPA, BSW

Core Measures Registry Services Director

Registry Partners Quality

About Sandy

Sandy began working with the Registry Partners Quality Division as a part-time Validation Specialist in April, 2014. In late November, 2015 Sandy was promoted to Senior Project Manager and transitioned to her current role as the Core Measures Registry Services Director in November of 2016.

As the Core Measures Registry Services Director, Sandy is responsible for defining, implementing, directing and overseeing Core Measures projects. She provides direct supervision of all assigned Project and Validation Managers and mentors new members of the Project/Validation team. Sandy ensures all corporate policies and procedures are implemented and followed on all Core Measures projects. She serves as a subject matter expert for her assigned specialty area and projects she is directly managing. Sandy’s ongoing dedication to quality, hard work and achieving excellence have contributed to her success.

Sandy earned her Masters of Public Administration degree from the University of Michigan and also holds a Bachelor of Social Work degree from Alma College, also in Michigan. She has completed certification as a Six Sigma Black Belt and has held positions as Quality Manager, Managed Care Coordinator, Project Manager for a home healthcare company where she developed and managed specialty programs, Dental Services Program Coordinator and Contracts Coordinator.

Sandy presently resides in Tawas City, MI with her husband. She has one daughter who lives in the Columbus, Ohio area. Sandy is active with her church and makes fish hats to raise funds for the local “Coats for Kids” organization. She enjoys reading mysteries, making quilts and helping others in her church family. She also enjoys cheering on her favorite baseball team, the Detroit Tigers.

Stacy Elliott

Stacy Elliott-Torrez, CTR

Project Director

Registry Partners Oncology

About Stacy

Stacy Elliott-Torrez is a Project Director with the Registry Partners, Oncology Services Division.

Stacy has worked with Registry Partners in both part-time and full-time capacities since 2007. She has worked on a variety of projects consisting of state report only, state central registry and accredited cancer program projects. Before transitioning to her current role, Stacy was a project manager working with CTR teams on numerous projects in addition to serving as a quality manager. Prior to her experience with Registry Partners she worked at Goldston Regional Hospital in Goldston, TX as a Cancer Registry Specialist.

Stacy lives in Amarillo, Texas with her husband Jaimy, who is a flight paramedic. She has a son- Christopher and a daughter- Ali, along with 4 dogs, 2 birds, 2 ferrets, 1 hamster and 2 salt water fish tanks. She enjoys volunteering with school PTA associations, loves going out to eat with family and enjoys watching Ali play club volleyball.

Cindy Erangey

Cindy Erangey, BA, CTR

Project Director

Registry Partners Oncology

About Cindy

Cindy Erangey, BA, CTR began working with Registry Partners in December 2014 as a CoC Project Manager. After demonstrating an in-depth understanding of the CoC standards, requirements and survey process she transitioned to her current role as Project Director. As Project Director, Cindy manages projects and provides assistance to the Vice President of Accreditation Services with the oversight of CoC projects and provide training, mentoring and ongoing support of the CoC management team.

Cindy earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago and has been certified as a CTR since March of 2007. Cindy has worked in the cancer registry field since March of 2000 when she began working for OSF Saint Francis Medical Center in Peoria, IL. She started out as a Data Entry Clerk completing follow-up, tumor boards, casefinding and abstracting. In August 2002 she took the Lead Senior Cancer Registrar position for the same facility. This position allowed her to become intimately involved with the CoC and NAPBC accreditation and survey process. She served on the Cancer Committee as Quality of Registry Data Coordinator and was also a member of the Breast Cancer Steering Committee. As Lead Senior Cancer Registrar, Cindy managed two abstractors, volunteers and departmental support staff.

Cindy presently resides in Peoria, Illinois, with her husband Tony. They have a son, Anthony and daughter, Bridget and a German Shepherd dog named Danke. She is very passionate about art and recycling and she frequently uses recycled products in her artwork creations, combining both passions together.

Cindy is a member of the Cancer Registrars of Illinois, National Cancer Registrars Association and American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network.



Stacy Gehm, MS RN

Pediatric Services Registry Director

Registry Partners Quality

About Stacy

Stacy has been a part of the Registry Partners pediatric abstraction team since March of 2013. Prior to being promoted to Pediatric Services Registry Director, she abstracted for Virtual PICU (VPS) and filled the role of Validation Manager for various VPS projects.
Prior to joining Registry Partners, Stacy worked as a Quality Specialist for Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Binghamton, New York, where she was involved with establishing ongoing goals and objectives for quality improvement. Some of the tasks she was involved with are: assisting departments with meeting regulatory agency requirements, coordinating review of serious safety events, analyzing findings and developing improvements and follow up processes, assisting with physician peer review in conjunction with the OPPE requirement, integrating Joint Commission and CMS outcomes, conducting medical case reviews and initiating the NSQIP program including processes, reports and data abstraction.
Stacy’s past work experience also includes serving as a Graduate Registered Nurse Anesthetist for Riverside Associates of Anesthesia, PC, in Binghamton, New York; working as a Registered Nurse in the Perioperative Department at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Binghamton, New York, and serving as an ICU Registered Nurse for Wilson Memorial Hospital in Binghamton, New York,
Stacy earned her Masters of Science degree from Albany Medical College in Albany, New York; her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from University of Delaware in Newark, Delaware; and her Associates in Applied Science in Nursing from Broome Community College in Binghamton, New York. Stacy is licensed as a Registered Nurse in New York and holds certifications in Basic Life Support, VPS Data Abstraction and Surgical Clinical Reviewer NSQIP.
Stacy currently resides in Binghamton, New York with her significant other, Brad. Stacy has one son, Stephen (age 16) and Brad has three children. Stacy has three dogs: Buddy a shit-zu, Loki an english bulldog and Gordon a yellow lab. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, watching movies, kayaking and hiking. She also enjoys sewing, crocheting, quilting and scrapbooking.

Nicole Housinger

Nicole Housinger, CTR

Project Director

Registry Partners Oncology

About Nicole

Nicole Housinger, CTR began serving as a Project Director for the Registry Partners Oncology Division in February of 2014. Nicole is tasked with overseeing and directing Commission on Cancer accredited cancer program projects as well as mentoring existing and new CoC-based project managers and project specialists. She presently resides in Winamac, Indiana with her husband Lance.

Housinger began working for Registry Partners in June 2011, as a Certified Tumor Registrar. She was later promoted to Project Specialist in May 2012 and then on to Project Manager in September 2012.

She has assisted various hospital cancer programs through the Commission on Cancer survey accreditation process and has been directly involved with the leadership and operational oversight of hospitals taking part in the QOPI program (Quality Oncology Practice Initiative) which is a quality assessment and improvement program led by the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) and RQRS (Rapid Quality Reporting System). QOPI is a reporting and quality improvement tool providing real time assessment of hospital adherence to NQF (National Quality Forum) endorsed quality of care measures, for breast and colorectal cancers.

Prior to joining Registry Partners, Nicole received her Associates Degree in Applied Science from Ivy Tech Community College in Lafayette, IN, in May of 2008. In January of 2009 she completed the American Health Information Management Associations Approved Coding program followed by the American Health Information Management Associations Cancer Registry Management Program in 2010 and also earned her national certification as a Certified Tumor Registrar (CTR), in 2010.

Housinger began her career in the Oncology field as Senior Cancer Registrar for the Charles A. Sammons Cancer Center at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, TX and Baylor Regional Medical Center in Plano, TX.

Donna Jenkins

Donna Jenkins, CTR, HT (ASCP)

Project Director

Registry Partners Oncology

About Donna

Donna Jenkins, CTR, HT (ASCP) is a Project Director for the Registry Partners Oncology Division. Donna is tasked with overseeing and directing state central registry based projects focusing her efforts on new project implementation as well as mentoring existing and new state central registry project managers and project specialists. She also serves as a sales associate for state central registry based clients. She presently resides in Summerville, SC with her husband Eddie. She has one son, Tighe and one daughter, Hali.

Jenkins began working for Registry Partners in 2003, as a Certified Tumor Registrar where she has specialized in state central registry, population-based cancer registries. She was later promoted to Project Manager where she managed state central registry based projects and project support staff before transitioning to her current role.

Prior to joining Registry Partners, Jenkins received her Certificate in Histologic Technic from the Medical Center of South Carolina in Charleston, her Associate Degree in Allied Health Sciences from Trident Technical College in Charleston, SC and her national certification as a Certified Tumor Registrar (CTR), in 2001. She began her career in the Oncology field in 1999 where she served as Data Coordinator for the South Carolina Central Cancer Registry before working as a certified traveling registrar for an oncology consulting firm and as an independent contractor.

Jenkins is a member of the National Cancer Registrars Association (NCRA), South Carolina Cancer Registrars Association (SCCRA) and the National Society of Histotechnology.

Mandi Kraushaar

Mandi Kraushaar, RHIA, CTR

Project Director

Registry Partners Oncology

About Mandi

Amanda “Mandi” Kraushaar has worked with the Oncology Division of Registry Partners since June 2014. She began her employment as a full-time Project CTR before transitioning to Project Manager in January of 2015 and ultimately to her current position as Project Director in June of 2016.

As Project Director, Mandi manages projects and assists the Vice President of Registry Operations with the oversight of state report only and state central registry projects as well as training, mentoring and ongoing support of our Oncology management team.

Prior to joining RP, Mandi worked for Franciscan Saint Francis Health Center in Indianapolis, IN, as Tumor Registry Quality Coordinator; she also served as Data Analyst for Community Health Network in Indianapolis and worked as a Technology Consultant for IUPUI University Information Technology Services in Indianapolis.

Mandi is a graduate of Indiana University in Indianapolis where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Health Information Administration and became certified as an RHIA in August 2011, and as a Certified Tumor Registrar in September 2013. She is a member of the American Health Information Management Association, National Cancer Registrars Association and the Indiana Cancer Registrars Association. She has been involved in various community projects including preparing for a local AIDS walk, raising money for the Children’s Miracle Network and Operation Hunger.

Mandi resides in Indianapolis with her husband, Matt, their cat, and two dogs, Bailey & Sam. In her free time she enjoys traveling to new places, reading, and spending time outside.

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Tracy Loar, CTR

Project Director

Registry Partners Oncology

About Tracy

Project Director Tracy Loar, CTR has worked with the Oncology Division of Registry Partners since April 2013. She started as a part-time project CTR and transitioned to full-time in May, 2014 before becoming a Project Manger in September of 2015. Tracy has worked on various CoC Accredited Cancer Program projects for the last few years and has demonstrated proficiency with various tasks and has displayed dynamic characteristics leading to her promotion as Project Director.

Tracy’s past work experience includes working as a Certified Tumor Registrar in an accredited cancer program for three years at Indiana University Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie, IN. Prior to working in the cancer registry profession, Tracy was a Veterinary Assistant for 10 years at Overmeyer Veterinary Center in Sylvania, OH.

Tracy has an Associate’s degree in Health Technology from Owens Community College in Perrysburg, OH. She is also an active member in the Indiana Cancer Registrars Association (ICRA) as well as the National Cancer Registrars Association (NCRA).

Tracy presently resides in Grand Rapids, OH. Last year she celebrated her10th wedding anniversary and has two sons ages 7 and 5. Tracy enjoys running and biking and is planning to take part in her first mini-triathlon this summer.

Nikki Maddox, RN

Registry Services Director

Registry Partners Quality

About Nikki:

Nicole "Nikki" Maddox started working with Registry Partners as a part-time Project Specialist in March of 2016 and transitioned to full-time Project Manager in June of 2016. She was then promoted to Senior Project Manager in November of 2016 and now on to Registry Services Director in June 2017.

Nikki will continue to work in the area of Core Measure and Trauma Registry in her new role. As Registry Services Director, she will provide direct supervision of all assigned Senior Project Managers and Validation Managers and will also mentor new members of the Project Management team. She will also ensure all corporate policies and procedures are implemented and followed for projects she is directing and will serve as a subject matter expert for her assigned specialty areas and projects she is directly managing.

Prior to joining Registry Partners, Nikki worked as a Core Measure Specialist and Emergency Room Nurse for Rio Grande Regional Hospital in Texas where she completed concurrent and retrospective reviews for various inpatient and outpatient core measure data sets. She has also served as a Trauma Analyst/Emergency Room Nurse for South Texas Health Systems where she was responsible for the Trauma Registry; additionally Nikki has worked as a Medical/Surgical & Emergency Room Nurse for St. Francis Medical Center (a Level III Trauma Center) in Texas.

Prior to entering into the healthcare field, Nikki served in the United States Marine Corp as a Non-Commissioned Officer in charge of Training where she designed databases for tracking and maintaining training needs, coordinated staff meetings and training areas, organized and compiled quarterly training statistics and provided education and training to new staff. In 2002 she received a Navy and Marine Corp Achievement Medal.

Nikki earned her Associates Degree in Nursing from the Community College of Baltimore County and is licensed as an RN in the state of Texas and she recently passed her Certified Specialist in Trauma Registry (CSTR) national certification exam.

Nikki resides in Mission, TX with her husband of 15 years who she met in the Marines. They have two children a daughter (15) and son (4). In Nikki’s spare time she enjoys reading, watching her daughter’s softball games, watching movies on Netflix and training for 5K runs.

Lynn Nobles, RN, SCR, BSN

Project Director

Registry Partners Quality

About Lynn

Lynn started with the Registry Partners Quality Division in a part-time capacity back in January of 2012 as a Core Measures Abstractor. In March of 2014, Lynn was promoted to Validation Specialist and worked in both capacities until her promotion to full time Project Specialist in January 2015 and then on to Project Manager in May of 2015.

In her role as Project Director, she oversees our NSQIP based projects, project operations and project teams (project specialists/managers, validation specialists/managers and abstraction staff) and ensures successful delivery of project services and high quality data abstraction. She assists with defining internal processes specific to NSQIP projects in order to streamline and ensure departmental efficiencies. Lynn is considered a subject matter expert and is committed to selecting a dynamic team of NSQIP experienced staff to assist her in building successful relationships with our clients.

Lynn’s past work experience includes working as an ER nurse, Critical Care nurse, Home Care Clinical Coordinator, Public Health Communicable Disease Coordinator and Surgical Clinical Reviewer (SCR) for Columbus Regional Healthcare System in Whiteville, NC. While at Columbus Regional, Lynn also worked as an informatics analyst for physicians assisting with building electronic physician order sets, trouble shooting, and EHR upgrade testing. She was also involved with collection of physician quality OPPE/FPPE data, facilitated the physician peer review process and assisted with providing physician training on CPOE.

Lynn received her Associate Degree in Nursing from Southeastern Community College in Whiteville, NC in May of 1997 followed by her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from East Carolina University in May of 2007. She has completed certifications in both ACLS and PALS, as well as Mobile Intensive Care Unit nurse, Trauma nurse core course and AHA CPR Instructor. In addition, Lynn became certified as a Surgical Clinical Reviewer (SCR) through the American College of Surgeons NSQIP program in the Fall of 2014.

Lynn is presently a member of the North Carolina Nurses Association and the National Association of Healthcare Quality (NAHQ) as well as Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing.

Lynn resides in Cerro Gordo, NC with her husband David. She has one daughter, Emily, who recently graduated from North Carolina State University. Lynn is looking forward to NC State tailgating this season with her family. She has also completed a half marathon and a personal endurance challenge in her local community called “Take the Lake” which is a 15 mile walk/run event around Lake Waccamaw. In her spare time she enjoys running, camping, white water rafting and bike riding.

Kim Rodriguez, AAS, RHIT, CTR

Project Director

Registry Partners Oncology

About Kim

Kim began working for Registry Partners in January 2017 as a Project Manager. Kim has many years of experience working in CoC accredited cancer programs with a special focus on NAPBC accreditation. As Project Director, Kim will continue to manage projects but also assist the Vice President of Accreditation Services with the oversight of CoC and NAPBC projects; providing training, mentoring and ongoing support to the CoC management team.

Prior to joining Registry Partners, Kim worked as a cancer registrar for Baylor All Saints Medical Center in Fort Worth, TX for two years before accepting a position with Texas Health Fort Worth in Fort Worth, TX, as cancer registrar/NAPBC accreditation specialist where she spent five years. She also spent two years serving as a cancer registry & NAPBC consultant for Methodist Dallas Medical Center. In 2016, she moved to Santa Maria, CA, and accepted a position with Marian Regional Medical Center as cancer registry services supervisor.

Kim attended Tarrant County Community College in Hurst, TX, where she received her Associates of Applied Science degree in Health Information Technology. She earned her RHIT and CTR certifications in 2011. She is a member of the National Cancer Registrars Association, Texas Tumor Registrars Association and the California Cancer Registrars Association.

On a personal note, Kim has been involved with mission work, serving as a translator for a surgical team completing a medical mission in the Dominican Republic and has also taken part in mission trips to Honduras and Belize. She has also volunteered for the Susan G. Komen organization and the American Cancer Society.

Kim presently resides in West Covina, CA, located in the greater Los Angeles area. She has two cats, Callie and Caiden; and a yellow lab, Koen. Kim is a proud Texan and loves to visit family and friends there as often as possible. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, baking, painting, cooking meals with her boyfriend, and spending time at the beach.

Erica Sabatini

Erica Sabatini, CTR

Senior Quality & Education Director

Registry Partners Oncology

About Erica

Erica serves as a QC manager and Project manager for the Oncology Division of Registry Partners. As a QC manager, she performs weekly quality control reviews on all her assigned projects in addition to providing guidance and support to the project CTRs in answering abstracting questions. Erica has been instrumental in project set up and defining the abstracting parameters of new projects. Recently, Erica began to mentor a on-site registrar in abstracting and general registry operations. Her experience allows her to apply her expertise and help a registrar to become a successful CTR. As a Project Manager, Erica has also worked with a CoC accredited program managing case abstraction.

Prior to working with Registry Partners, Erica worked for Augusta Health, a CoC accredited cancer program in Fishersville, VA, as the cancer registrar and IRB secretary. Prior to working at Augusta Health she also spent 4 years as a cancer registrar for Carilion Memorial Hospitals in Roanoke, VA. Additionally she has worked as a fitness instructor and an academic tutor for the Virginia Military Institute. Erica is a member of the Virginia Cancer Registrars Association (VCRA) as well as the National Cancer Registrars Association (NCRA). Erica received her Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry with a minor in Biology from Ohio University, Athens Campus.

Erica currently resides in Virginia Beach and has a 3 year daughter, Marielle and 1 year daughter Daniella as well as a beagle hound named Campbell. She enjoys traveling, exercising, hiking and spending time with her family.

Beth Verrette

Beth Verrette, RHIA, CTR

Staffing Project Implementation Director

Registry Partners Oncology

About Beth

Elizabeth “Beth” Verrette is a Staffing Project Implementation Director for the Registry Partners Oncology Division. Beth has worked with Registry Partners since April 2013. She started as a part-time Project CTR but transitioned to full-time in May 2014 before being promoted to Project Manager/QC Manager in February of 2015. Prior to joining RPI, she worked for Sparks Health System in Fort Smith, AR as Cancer Registrar. Before entering the cancer registry profession Beth held positions such as Director of Information Systems at a behavioral health residential and treatment center; Insurance Coordinator for a Pediatric/Adolescent Medicine physician’s office; and Accounts Receivable Specialist for a skilled nursing, rehabilitation and hospice center.

Beth is a graduate of Arkansas Tech University in Russellville, AR where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Health Information Management and became certified as an RHIA in September 2006, and a Certified Tumor Registrar in September 2011.

She is a member of the American Health Information Management Association, National Cancer Registrars Association and the Arkansas Cancer Registrars Association.

Beth resides in Greenwood, AR with her husband, Matt; daughter Naomi (4) and son Gavin (2). Her husband is a band director so she attends and enjoys many band events. In her free time she enjoys teaching colorguard to local schools, playing disc golf, running, bike riding and spending time with family.

Becky White, MSN, RN

Pediatric Services Registry Director

Registry Partners Quality

About Becky

Rebecca “Becky” White, MSN, RN, is a full-time Pediatric Services Registry Director with the Registry Partners, Quality Services Division.

Becky joined Registry Partners as a full-time Project Specialist before transitioning to her current position. Prior to joining Registry Partners, Becky worked as a Clinical Outcomes Coordinator at Children’s Hospital in New Orleans, Louisiana, where she coordinated participation in and data submission to several clinical outcomes databases and registries, including VPS, Congenital Society of Thoracic Surgeons, Congenital Cardiac Anesthesia Society, Vermont Oxford Network, National Trauma Data Bank, Pediatric Trauma Quality Improvement Program and Pediatric National Surgical Quality Improvement Program. She also provided training to staff including data collection and decision support, developed standards of performance and evaluated performance on an ongoing basis.

During her tenure at Children’s Hospital, Becky worked with Soarian Clinicals as a Project Team Lead where she planned, developed and distributed education to medical, nursing and ancillary departments as well as technical support staff. She worked directly with Nursing Informatics Specialists to produce systems design specifications suitable for software build.

Becky earned her Master’s Degree in Nursing, Health Care Systems Management from Loyola University in New Orleans and her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Our Lady of Holy Cross College in New Orleans.

Becky currently resides just outside of New Orleans in Harahan, Louisiana, with her husband of 7 years, Jared. She has two sons, Jackson (5) and Andrew (2), and a yellow lab named Lily. In her spare time, she enjoys playing trucks and trains with her boys, fishing, running, and reading.

Roberta Adams, CTR

Quality Control Manager

Registry Partners Oncology

About Roberta:

Roberta Adams, CTR is a Quality Control Manager with the Registry Partners Oncology Services Division. She began working with Registry Partners as a Project CTR in November of 2015 before transitioning to Project Manager in March, and subsequently her current role as Quality Control Manager in June of this year.

Roberta attended Arkansas Tech University – Ozark Campus where she received her Associate’s degree in Business Technology/Medical Transcription in May of 2009. She completed an internship at St. Edward Mercy Medical Center in Fort Smith, AR from January to May of 2009 where she worked in the Health Information Department completing various tasks and responsibilities including cancer registry, coding, medical transcription, filing and chart analysis/assembly. She earned her CTR certification in 2012 and is a member of the National Cancer Registrars Association and Arkansas Cancer Registrars Association.

Roberta began her cancer registry career in 2010 as the Cancer Registrar for Mercy Hospital Fort Smith in Fort Smith, Arkansas. She has also worked as Cancer Registrar for Saint Francis, Warren Clinic in Tulsa, OK. In 2013 she accepted a position working for the Arkansas Central Cancer Registry as a Health Program Specialist/Cancer Registrar before joining RPI full time in November 2015.

Roberta resides in Charleston, Arkansas with her husband Jonathan. They have two daughters, Briana who is in college and Micayla who is a senior in high school, and a dog named Ellie, who is a 1 year old boxer. She enjoys spending time with family and friends and outdoor activities such as hiking and biking. She has found a new passion for running and has participated in multiple 5 k’s in the last couple years and completed a ladies duathlon (bike and run event) in May, 2016.

Shirley Arnall, RN, BSN

Validation Manager

Registry Partners Quality

About Shirley

Shirley began working with Registry Partners, Quality Services Division, as a full-time Clinical Data Abstractor and Validation Specialist in February 2012. In November of 2013 she accepted the role of Validation Manager for core measures and Get With The Guidelines (GWTG) clinical data registries.

Prior to joining Registry Partners, Shirley worked for five years as an Outcomes Specialist/Clinical Reviewer for HCA Lee’s Summit Medical Center in Missouri and has held positions as Quality Assessment Analyst and Quality Improvement Specialist for Menorah Medical Center in Missouri and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas City. She also served as an Executive Staff Assistant for Cleveland Chiropractic College and as an Administrative Assistant for the University of Kansas Medical Center.

Shirley is a Registered Nurse, presently licensed in the state of Missouri, and earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from Wichita State University, Kansas. She also has a Bachelor of Science in Medical Records Administration degree from the University of Kansas Medical Center.

Joanne Boxall, RN

Validation Manager

Registry Partners Quality

About Joanne

Joanne "Jo" Boxall began working with Registry Partners Incorporated, Quality Services Division, as a part-time abstractor in May of 2013. She was later promoted to Validation Specialist in January of 2015. She has experience with all core measure sets as well as clinical registry experience. She has assisted the project management team with various tasks and functions over the last year and has done an exceptional job. She is an expert abstractor with outstanding work ethic and reliability.

Prior to joining Registry Partners, Jo worked for six years as a Clinical Specialist II for Orlando Health, abstracting data for all core measure modules and served as a back-up supervisor. Prior to that she served as a Home Care Nurse for 5 years with Senior Home Care in Orlando, and also worked as a HEDIS Medical Records Reviewer for Managed Access Inc. in Tampa, FL.

Jo completed her nursing degree at Sussex Downs School of Nursing in the United Kingdom in 1992 and became a Registered General Nurse (R.G.N) in the U.K. She then became an RN in the U.S. in 1993 and is presently licensed in the state of Florida. In addition she has completed Basic Life Support (B.L.S.) certification.

Jo is originally from Bexhill-on-sea, a small town in the South East part of England in the county of East Sussex which is known as the sunniest county in the U.K. Her family and relatives still live in the U.K. so she visits there regularly. She presently resides in Orlando, FL with her husband who is also an RN and she has one daughter, Katie, who is 11.

In her spare time she enjoys going to Disney with her family (they have annual passes since they live in Orlando) and they also enjoy Sea World. They like to go camping, visit the beach, enjoy swimming, movies and exploring new places. She also loves to read when time allows.

Patricia Fordham

Patricia Fordham, CTR

Quality Control Manager

Registry Partners Oncology

About Patricia

Patricia "Tricia" Fordham has worked as a Project Manager/QC Manager for the Oncology Division of Registry Partners since 2012. She has worked on a variety of projects consisting of state report only and accredited cancer program projects. Patricia performs weekly quality control reviews on all her assigned projects. She provides guidance and support to the project CTRs in answering abstracting questions and is involved with project set up and defining the abstracting parameters. Patricia has been instrumental in our mentoring program this past year providing mentoring for onsite registrars. Patricia’s experience, consistent patience and follow through has allowed her to successfully apply her expertise and share her knowledge in mentoring.

Prior to her experience with Registry Partners, she worked for the Medical Center of Central Georgia in Macon, GA as well as Coliseum Medical Center in Macon, GA as a cancer registrar. Tricia has an Associate’s Degree in Health Information Technology since 1999 and earned her CTR certification in September of 2000.

Tricia lives in Gray, Georgia which is south of Atlanta, with her husband Jeff. She has two children, Shannon and Stephen as well as three beautiful grandchildren, Kaitlyn, D.J. and Aubrie. She also has a dog named Penny.

Tricia enjoys gardening, cooking, going to the beach and spending time with family.

Kellie Garland

Kellie Garland, CTR

Project & Quality Control Manager

Registry Partners Oncology

About Kellie

Kellie Garland, CTR serves as a Project and Quality Control Manager for the Oncology Services Division of Registry Partners. Kellie is tasked with overseeing and directing state incidence reporting projects, focusing her efforts on new project implementation as well as mentoring existing and new state incidence reporting project managers and project specialists. She presently resides in Franklin, PA and has a daughter, Meagan, a son, Nathaniel, and three grandchildren.

Garland began working for Registry Partners in 2008, as a Certified Tumor Registrar where she has specialized in state incidence reporting and accredited cancer program projects. She was promoted to Project Manager in April 2009, focusing on managing state incidence reporting projects and project support staff.

Prior to joining Registry Partners, Garland received her Associates Degree in Business Science from Robert Morris University in Coraopolis, PA and earned her national certification as a Certified Tumor Registrar (CTR), in 2005. She began her career in the Oncology field in 1997 where she worked in the cancer registry at UPMC Northwest Medical Center in Seneca, PA until 2005 when she accepted a position as data abstractor for Watson Clinic & Center for Cancer Care & Research in Lakeland, FL, and then on to Potomac Hospital in Woodbridge, VA until 2008. Garland is a member of the National Cancer Registrars Association (NCRA) and the Florida Cancer Registrars Association.

Heather Geiger, CTR

Quality Control Manager

Registry Partners Oncology

About Heather:

Heather started working with Registry Partners in July 2012 as a part time Project CTR until May of 2014 when she transitioned into a full time Project CTR position. Heather has worked on a variety of projects consisting of state report only and accredited cancer program projects. Her abstracting and registry operations skills have been a tremendous asset to each project she has worked on and she has received various QC Excellence Certificates over the years.

Prior to working with Registry Partners, Heather worked for as a Cancer Registry Abstractor for Memorial Health University Medical Center in Savannah, GA for 4 years. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Armstrong Atlantic State University in Savannah, GA. Additionally, Heather received her Tumor Registry Specialist Certificate in 2009 from Ogeechee Technical College in Statesboro, GA. She became certified as a CTR in 2011 and is a member of the National Cancer Registrars Association as well as the Georgia Tumor Registrars Association.

Heather presently resides in Savannah, GA. She has a dog named Ella and she enjoys going to the beach and spending time with her niece and nephews.

Suzanne Gomez

Suzzane Gomez, RRT, RCP, CTR

Project & Quality Control Manager

Registry Partners Oncology

About Suzzane

Suzzane currently serves as a Project and Quality Control Manager for the Oncology Division of Registry Partners. Suzzane began working for Registry Partners in July 2013 as a part time project CTR and transitioned to a full-time project specialist in September of 2014 before being promoted to her current position. Prior to joining Registry Partners, Suzzane worked for BSA Health System in Amarillo, TX as a Registry Specialist II for four years and a Senior Respiratory Therapist for five years.

Suzzane is a graduate of Amarillo College where she received her Associate of Applied Science Degree in Respiratory Care in 2006. She received her Certified Respiratory Therapist credential in 2006, her Respiratory Care Practitioner credential also in 2006, and her Registered Respiratory Therapist credential in 2007 and became a CTR in March, 2013.

Suzzane is a member of the National Cancer Registrars Association, Texas Tumor Registrars Association where she presently serves on the Website and Finance Committees, American Association of Respiratory Care and Texas Society of Respiratory Care.

She resides in Amarillo, TX with her husband Alvin. She has two sons: Ryan who is currently at the University of North Texas and Cristian who is in 3rd grade. She enjoys spending time with family, attending church, traveling, reading, writing, crafting, watching movies and football.

Amy Goss, RHIT, CTR

Project Manager

Registry Partners Oncology

About Amy

Amy Goss, was promoted to her current position of Project Manager in August of 2016.

Amy attended the South Hills School of Business and Technology in State College, PA, where she earned her Associate’s Degree in Health Information Technology. She became certified as a Registered Health Information Technologist (RHIT) in October 1998 and Certified Tumor Registrar (CTR) in 2007. She is a member of the National Cancer Registrars Association and Pennsylvania Cancer Registrars Association.

Amy began her HIM career in 1998 as a Medical Records Team Leader for Geisinger Medical Group in State College, PA, where she pulled, filed, organized and maintained medical records for clinical office appointments and served as manager for three staff members. In 1999 she accepted a position with ChartOne in Baltimore, MD, and after one year of employment was promoted to Area Manager. At ChartOne, Amy was involved with hiring, training and managing eighteen Release of Information employees in four states. She performed quarterly quality control audits and worked with HIM directors to customize service contracts and ensure ChartOne was fulfilling contract specifications successfully.

In 2002, Amy accepted a position as HIM Specialist for Ohesson Manor in Lewistown, PA, working in various HIM capacities including: quality audits, release of information, coordinating clinical documentation compliance with physicians and other healthcare providers, maintaining the security of HIM systems and clinical records and providing training and support as needed.

In 2006, Amy accepted her first position in the Cancer Registry profession working as Tumor Registrar for Geisinger-Lewistown Hospital in Lewistown, PA, where she has spent the last 10 years. She has been involved with all aspects of the cancer registry and cancer program management for this CoC Accredited facility.
Amy resides in McClure, PA, with her husband, Scott, 7-year old son, Jacob, and family dog, Ellie. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, gardening and spending time with family and friends around their swimming pool during the summer months.

Cathy Haynes

Cathy Haynes, BS, RHIT, CTR

Project Manager

Registry Partners Oncology

About Cathy

Cathy Haynes is a Project Manager with the Oncology Division of Registry Partners. Cathy has worked in the cancer registry field in various capacities since 2009. She began her cancer registry career working as Cancer Conference and Follow-Up Coordinator for Provena St. Joseph Medical Center in Joliet, IL where she worked until June of 2012. From there she held the position of Cancer Registrar/Coordinator for a Cancer Registry outsourcing company where she worked with CoC accredited cancer program clients and managed project abstraction teams before coming on board with Registry Partners as a Project Manager in 2015.

Cathy earned her Bachelor’s degree in Health Information Management from Devry University in Chicago, IL in 2013. She also earned her Associate’s in Applied Science Degree from Rasmussen College in Romeoville, IL in 2011 and completed the AHIMA Distance Education, Cancer Registry Management Program in April, 2011. She is a member of the National Cancer Registrars Association, Cancer Registrars of Illinois and Chicago Area Cancer Registrars Association.

Cathy resides in Plainfield, IL and has been married for 28 years. She has four daughters ranging in age from 18-27, and has been blessed with 3 grandchildren, ages 1, 2 and 3 who she truly believes are the reward for all of life’s hard work.

Donna Huff, CTR

Quality Control Manager

Registry Partners Oncology

About Donna

Donna has worked with Registry Partners, Inc. as a part-time Project CTR since June of 2013. Donna is a true asset to the QC Manager position.

Donna’s experience in the cancer registry field has primarily been for Western Maryland Regional Medical Center, a CoC Accredited cancer program, in Cumberland, MD.

Donna has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Frostburg Stage University in Frostburg, MD and an Associates of Applied Science degree in Business Administration from Allegany College of Maryland in Cumberland, MD. She is a member of the National Cancer Registrars Association (NCRA), as well as the Tumor Registrars Association of Maryland (TRAM). She has also served as team captain for the Relay for Life for many years and serves on the Service Excellence Recognition Committee at Western Maryland Regional Medical Center.

Donna presently resides in Cumberland, MD. She enjoys spending time with her two grandchildren Ari and Hayden and she loves to travel and discover new restaurants and specialty shops.

Jennifer Huffman, BS, CTR

Project & Quality Control Manager

Registry Partners Oncology

About Jennifer:

Jennifer attended Missouri Western State University where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice in 1999. Additionally, she has completed the Cancer Registry coursework through Santa Barbara Community College in 2012. She earned her CTR certification in 2012 and is a member of the National Cancer Registrars Association and Missouri Tumor Registrars Association.

Jennifer began her cancer registry career in 2009 working 6 years as a Certified Tumor Registrar with Mosaic Life Care (a member of the Mayo Clinic care network) where she completed general registry operations tasks, participated in tumor boards, assisted with the CoC survey process, served as the prostate cancer screening coordinator, assisted with Quality Improvement projects and assisted the medical oncology unit with QOPI certification.

Jennifer has a variety of past experience in the healthcare field working for Heartland Regional Medical Center in St. Joseph, MO. The positions she held for Heartland include, Recreation Therapy Aide where she held group sessions with elderly patients in long term care and rehab obtaining her chauffer license in order to take patients on outings; Access Representative where she was responsible for medical record assembly, tracking, release of information, insurance pre-certifications, scheduling procedures, etc., she received the Award of Excellence in both 2006 and 2008; she then moved on to serve as Institutional Review Board Coordinator where she supported the functions of the IRB and the IRB Chairman, coordinated mandatory record keeping, recruited and oriented new members, handled complaints, questions and allegations from patients on research studies and was involved with various additional IRB related responsibilities. She has also held positions in the Criminal Justice field including: Truancy Tracker for the Buchanan County Juvenile office where she tracked elementary school student absenteeism, conducting home visits for students missing too much school and turning truancy cases over to the prosecuting attorney; additionally she has worked as a CASA Assistant Coordinator (Court Appointed Special Advocate) for the Buchanan County Juvenile Office where she was responsible for recruiting and training CASA volunteers for abused and neglected children, provided administrative support typing CASA reports, filing court papers and attending court hearings, serving as Secretary for the CASA board;

Jennifer resides in St. Joseph, Missouri, with her husband of 25 years, Jeff, son Jaired who will be a senior in high school and her English bulldogs, Daisy May and Marley. In Jennifer’s spare time she enjoys watching her son play football, soccer, basketball and baseball. She also enjoys painting windows and old barn wood.

Courtney Jagneaux, RHIA, CTR

Project Manager

Registry Partners Oncology

About Courtney:

Courtney Jagneaux, RHIA, CTR serves as Project Manager for Registry Partners Incorporated. As a project manager Courtney primarily works with CoC accredited cancer programs.

Prior to joining RPI, Courtney worked in the Oncology Registry for Lafayette General Medical Center in Lafayette, Louisiana where she coordinated the registry and CoC accreditation, leading her program to earning the CoC Outstanding Achievement Award. In her last year with Lafayette General, she also served as a Survey Readiness Consultant for the Lafayette General Health System, providing support and knowledge to other CoC accredited cancer programs within the health system. In this role she assisted with survey prep and attended CoC surveys, reviewed the SAR for concordance with the CoC standards, provided guidance in the deficiency appeals process and assisted with resolving deficiencies.

Courtney is a graduate of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Health Information Management. She became certified as a RHIA in May 2012 and a Certified Tumor Registrar in September 2013.

She is a member of the National Cancer Registrars Association, Louisiana Cancer Registrars Association where she has served on the Annual Conference Planning Committee, and presently serves on the Executive Board as Secretary, American Health Information Management Association and Louisiana Health Information Management Association.

Courtney resides in Lafayette, Louisiana with her husband, Kyle, and two children, Aubrey, age 10, and Colin, age 1. In her spare time, she enjoys baking, spending time with her family, and watching New Orleans Saints football.

Pamela Marshall

Senior Project Manager

Registry Partners Quality

About Pamela:

Prior to joining Registry Partners, Pamela served as the VPS Site Coordinator at Texas Children’s Hospital for two and a half years managing the VPS data collection process for PICU and CVICU, training new VPS data collectors and serving as a member of the Critical Care Quality Team. Prior to serving as Site Coordinator at Texas Children’s she served as a PICU RN and VPS Data Collector for five years. She has also worked as a PICU nurse at Dell Children’s Hospital and has held positions as Software Integrator and Documentation Manager at NASA Johnson Space Center.

Pamela completed her BSN degree through Texas Woman’s University in Houston, TX, is licensed registered nurse in the state of TX and has PALS and BLS certification.

Pamela resides in Missouri City, TX with her two pugs, Luna and Dobby. She enjoys baking, crafting and loves traveling – especially on Disney cruises.

Holly Miller

Holly Miller, CTR

Project & Quality Control Manager

Registry Partners Oncology

About Holly

Project Manager Holly Miller has worked for the Oncology Division of Registry Partners since 2004. She has been in the registry profession since 1991 becoming a CTR in 2000. Since that time Holly has worked for both hospital accredited cancer programs and state central registries. Her experience has included a variety of registry related positions some of which include: assisting with starting a cancer registry in a community hospital, serving as a cancer registry supervisor at a teaching hospital as well as the regional quality control editor for a state central registry where she was also involved in case consolidation, death clearance, pathology lab reporting, and many other central registry functions.

Holly lives in beautiful Mt. Pleasant, SC with her husband and their Jack Russell terrier. She has two sons, one of which is a missionary and the other is a sous chef. She enjoys art (drawing/painting), kayaking, interior design, cooking and taking walks on the beach with her husband. As time allows, she also volunteers for her church.

Jessica Miller, RHIT, CTR

Quality Control Manager

Registry Partners Oncology

About Jessica

Jessica has worked with Registry Partners as a full-time Project CTR since August of 2011 and has demonstrated abstracting excellence over the last 4 years in her position as a Project CTR before her promotion to QC Manager in January of this year.

Prior to joining Registry Partners, Jessica began working in the cancer registry field as a Tumor Registrar at Northside Hospital in Atlanta, GA for a year before accepting a position with Piedmont Hospital in Atlanta, GA as Cancer Data Registrar; both facilities were CoC accredited cancer programs. Other experience that helped prepare her for her cancer registry career included a Research Technician position with Emory University in Atlanta, GA and a Lab Analyst with Analytical Services, Inc. in Norcross, GA.

Jessica earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Clayton State University in Morrow, GA and her Associate of Applied Science degree in Health Information Technology from DeVry University in Decatur, GA.

Jessica is a member of the National Cancer Registrars Association (NCRA), presently serving as a mentor for the association as well as the Georgia Tumor Registrars Association (GATRA) and the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).

Jessica presently resides in McDonough, GA. She enjoys music, reading, ballet, painting, photography and spending time with her parents, two sisters and nephew.

Susanna Mitchell

Susanna Mitchell, CTR

Quality Control Manager

Registry Partners Oncology

About Susanna

Susanna L. Mitchell, CTR, serves as the Vice President of Quality, Education & Mentoring for the Oncology Division of Registry Partners. Susanna directs and oversees the overall operations of the Quality Control and Mentoring Program, providing direct supervision oversight and support of the Quality Control Director, Quality Control Manager and team members that provide direct supervision and mentoring of on-site client staff. She presently resides in Callaway, Virginia with her husband Glen and daughter Hannah.

Mitchell began working for Registry Partners in 2011, as a project Certified Tumor Registrar where she has worked on both accredited and non-accredited hospital based projects. She was later promoted to Quality Control Specialist in May of 2011 and to Quality Control Manager in January 2013 where she has since contributed to corporate-wide quality control & mentoring efforts.

Prior to joining Registry Partners, Mitchell received her Bachelors of Science Degree at The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, VA in 1995 with a major in biology and minor in chemistry. Later in 2007 she achieved her Certified Tumor Registrar (CTR) certification.

She began her career in the Oncology field in 2005 where she served as the cancer registrar for Maine General Medical Center in Waterville, Maine. In 2008 she accepted a cancer registrar position for Carilion Clinic in Roanoke, Virginia where she also served as the Quality Coordinator for the Oncology Committee. In addition, Mitchell has experience in Health Information Management where she has held positions as Correspondence Coordinator and Team Leader.

Mitchell is a member of the National Cancer Registrars Association (NCRA) where she presently serves on the Education Committee as well as the Virginia Cancer Registrars Association (VCRA) where she serves as Vice President.

Anna Muza

Anna Muza, CTR

Project Manager

Registry Partners Oncology

About Anna

Anna has worked with the Oncology Division of Registry Partners since June 2013, starting as a project CTR. In December 2014 she was promoted to Project Specialist before her promotion to her current position as Project Manager in June 2015.

Anna’s past work experience includes working as a Cancer Cytogenetic Technologist for the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, where she prepared and analyzed chromosomes from bone marrow and blood specimens to aid in the prognosis for hematologic malignancies. She then took a position for University Hospital in Augusta, GA, as a Cancer Registrar where she worked for twenty-two years before joining RPI.

Anna has a BA degree in Biology from Wesleyan College in Macon, GA. She is also an active member in her state cancer registry association (GATRA) and has presented sessions on anatomy and physiology and ICD-O-3 at several CTR workshops. She has held positions such as nominations chair, treasurer, audit chair, public relations chair and vice president. She is also a member of the National Cancer Registrars Association (NCRA) and has served as NCRW chair.

Currently Anna resides in Martinez, GA with her husband Stephen. She has three children: a son, Drew, who recently graduated from Georgia Regents University; a son, Kyle, who is a server at Craft and Vine – one of the highest rated restaurants in Augusta, and a beautiful daughter, Hannah, who is in the 8th grade and likes anime.

Outside of work Anna enjoys yoga and is involved with her church. She has two dogs, Rose, a German Shepherd and Eva, a Corgi.

Margaret Padgett

Margaret Padgett, CTR

Project Manager

Registry Partners Oncology

About Margaret

Margaret Padgett started with the Oncology Division of Registry Partners as a project CTR and has worked on various projects over the years (state report only, accredited program, state central registry). She is someone always willing to take on new adventures and projects that require travel. In May of 2010, Margaret was promoted to Project Manager and has since managed state central registry and state report only projects. She is an excellent abstractor and manager.

Eva Pierce, RHIT

Senior Project Manager

Registry Partners Quality

About Eva

Eva Pierce has been a Senior Project Manager with the Registry Partners, Quality Services Division since January of 2017.

Prior to joining Registry Partners, Eva served as Quality Coordinator for Kaweah Delta Medical Center in Visalia, CA, where she was responsible for Inpatient and Outpatient Core Measures and Inpatient Psychiatric measures. She also has eight years of experience serving as Chief Information Officer for Corcoran District Hospital in Corcoran, CA, where she was in charge of revenue cycle management including: patient financial services, admissions department, information systems and health information and also oversaw the Hospital Based Rural Health Clinic.

Eva earned her Associates of Science degree in Health Information Technology and is certified as a Registered Health Information Technician. She has extensive knowledge regarding the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and The Joint Commission Quality Reporting Programs as well as licensing, reimbursement and accreditation.

Eva presently resides in Visalia, CA with her husband, Tim and 2 dogs, Mya and Lil Miss. She has one son, Jason and 2 daughters, Rebekah and Hannah with 2 son in laws, Anthony and Evan. She also has 2 granddaughters named Jamie Lynn and Rosemarie and a grandson named Warren who are their Grandma’s joy. She loves to read and spend time with her family.

Heather Price, CTR

Quality Control Manager

Registry Partners Oncology

About Heather:

Heather Price, CTR has worked with Registry Partners in a full time capacity for the last four years. She started out as a full time project CTR in May of 2012 and in January 2014 was promoted to Project Specialist/QC Specialist before transitioning to Quality Control Manager in September of last year. She has worked on a variety of projects consisting of state report only, state central registry and accredited cancer program projects. Her abstracting and registration operations skills have been a tremendous asset to each project. She has also been a key team member on the Indiana Central Cancer Registry and Sarcoma Foundation of America projects.

Prior to working with Registry Partners, Heather worked for Carilion Clinic in Roanoke, VA for 4 years. She earned her Bachelor of Science Degree from Longwood University and Masters of Criminal Justice degree from the University of Cincinnati. She became certified as a CTR in 2012 and is a member of the National Cancer Registrars Association as well as the Virginia Cancer Registrars Association.

Heather lives with her husband, Lance, and their four furbabies in Goodview, VA. During her spare time she enjoys baking, practicing yoga, hiking, and working closely with the River City Bulldog Rescue.




Janet Raleigh

Janet Raleigh, BS, RHIA, CTR

Project & Quality Control Manager

Registry Partners Oncology

About Janet

Janet Raleigh, RHIA, CTR, has worked with the Oncology Division of Registry Partners since May of 2009. She began her employment as a Project CTR and was promoted to Project Manager in April 2011. Janet has worked on a variety of projects consisting of state report only and accredited cancer program projects and has experience with facilities seeking their initial CoC accreditation. Janet is also a QC Manager. She performs weekly quality control reviews on all of her assigned projects and provides guidance and support to the project CTRs in answering abstracting questions. Janet has been involved in project set up both as a QC Manager and a Project Manager. As a QC Manager, Janet is responsible for defining the abstracting parameters of new projects and providing project training.

She began her cancer registry career working for Saginaw General Hospital in Saginaw, Michigan as a Tumor Registrar where she started the facilities cancer registry and defined the cancer registry operations and pertinent cancer program activities. Later she accepted a position with St. Mary’s Medical Center, Seton Cancer Institute, in Saginaw, Michigan where she held the position of Cancer Registry Coordinator/Office Manager for eight years. Janet has an Associate of Applied Science degree in Health Information Technology and a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Information Management, both from Baker College in Michigan. She became certified as an RHIA in 1995 and as a CTR in 1997.

Janet resides in Millington, Michigan and has three children. Twin teenage sons Justin and Kendrick and daughter, Nicole. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with and watching her children play sports, flower gardening, biking, walking, baking, traveling and photography.

Theresa Real

Theresa Real, RHIT, CTR

Project Manager

Registry Partners Oncology

About Theresa

Theresa has worked with Registry Partners since November 2010. She began her employment as a Project CTR and was promoted to Quality Control Specialist in April 2012 and Quality Control Manager in January 2013. Theresa has worked on a variety of projects including state report only and accredited cancer program projects. She serves as a QC expert and is an excellent mentor and educator to client staff members.

Prior to joining Registry Partners, Theresa’s work experience included medical transcription and medical secretary work prior to becoming a CTR where she has held positions at Susquehanna Health in Williamsport, PA and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York, NY. Theresa earned her Associate of Applied Science degree with a focus in computer programming, from Pennsylvania College of Technology and her Associate of Applied Science in Health Information Technology from Rochester Community and Technical College. She earned her CTR credential in 2004 and her RHIT in 2008.

Theresa is a member of the National Cancer Registrars Association, Pennsylvania Association of Cancer Registrars and the American Health Information Management Association. She resides in Cogan Station, PA, with her husband Bill. They have 3 children, Denise, Robert & Laura and 4 grandsons, Trey, Nathaniel, Lucas and Dylan. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her grandsons, reading and traveling.

Donna Renaue

Donna Renaue, CTR

Project Manager

Registry Partners Oncology

About Donna

Donna Renaue has been with the Oncology Division of Registry Partners since 2007. In her role as Project Manager, she manages both accredited and non-accredited hospital based projects and project support staff. She presently resides in Albany, Georgia with her husband David. She has one son Andrew, and one grandson, David.

Prior to joining Registry Partners, Renaue received her national certification as a Certified Tumor Registrar (CTR), in 1999. She began her career in the Oncology field in 1996 where she served as the tumor registrar for Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany, GA. In 1999 she continued expanding her career at Sumter Regional Hospital in Americus, GA where she served as an Oncology Data Specialist before returning to Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital/Phoebe Cancer Center as Coordinator of the Tumor Registry department.

Renaue is a member of the National Cancer Registrars Association (NCRA) and Georgia Tumor Registrars Association (GATRA), where she has served as Historian and a member of the education committee.

Jackie Ruby, BA, CTR

Quality Control Manager

Registry Partners Oncology

About Jackie:

Jackie has worked with Registry Partners since September 2016 where she started as a full time Project CTR. We learned very quickly that she was a top notch abstractor and dedicated to quality ... both which have provided her a solid foundation for her new QC Manager role.

Prior to working with Registry Partners, Jackie spent 4 years as a Cancer Data Specialist and 5 years as a Certified Tumor Registrar for Mercy Medical Center in Iowa. Jackie has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Iowa and she became certified as a CTR in 2011. She is a member of the National Cancer Registrars Association as well as the Iowa Cancer Registrars Association.

Jackie presently resides in Des Moines, IA with her husband, Joe and their 4 children, Kain, Maddox, Stella and Soren, as well as 2 dogs, Sophie and Chance! She enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, camping, fishing, sports, family game nights, and interior decorating.

Nancy Sansone

Nancy Sansone, BA, CTR

Project Manager

Registry Partners Oncology

About Nancy

Nancy began working with the Oncology Division of Registry Partners as a Project Specialist in 2013 and was promoted to a Project Manager in December of 2014. Nancy works with Commission on Cancer accredited programs managing a team of CTRs onsite and working remotely. She is dedicated to her projects and works both remotely and onsite.

Prior to working with Registry Partners, Nancy worked for Clarion Hospital in Clarion, PA as a cancer registrar where she was tasked with all aspects of cancer registry operations and in a program working towards accreditation. She organized cancer conferences, cancer committee meetings, prepared for survey, etc.

Prior to becoming involved in the cancer registry, Nancy’s work history has included various areas of the healthcare field. Nancy was a volunteer for a Crisis Intervention/Information and referral hotline in Massachusetts and then in Washington DC as her assignment with the Jesuit Volunteer Corps.

Nancy has a BA degree in Psychology Pre-Med, and has taken additional coursework in Physical Therapy. She became certified as a CTR in September 2009 and is a member of the National Cancer Registrars Association as well as the Pennsylvania Association of Cancer Registrars.

Nancy resides in Shippenville, PA with her husband. She has two sons, one of which has recently completed his BA degree and another who is a senior in high school. In her spare time she enjoys singing in the choir, reading, and trying to guess crossword clues before her husband .

Stephanie Scruggs

Validation Manager

Registry Partners Quality

About Stephanie:

Stephanie has worked with Registry Partners as a part-time NSQIP abstractor since November of 2014 and has been a valuable resource and expert within the NSQIP service area. She was promoted to Validation Specialist in August, 2015 and has been serving in this capacity ever since. Stephanie has mastered the Validation Specialist position and will now assume the Validation Manager title.

Stephanie continues to be extremely dedicated to quality abstractions, is reliable and a true asset to our NSQIP team.

Stephanie earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from the University of North Alabama in Florence, AL . She is certified in Adult and Pediatric Life Support since 1993 and is a Certified Surgical Clinical Reviewer (SCR) through the American College of Surgeons NSQIP program since 2013.

She presently works as a NSQIP Surgical Clinical Reviewer for North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo, MS where she started the first NSQIP site in the state of Mississippi four years ago. She also implemented the Enhanced Recovery After Surgery(ERAS) Program at her facility. Stephanie has 24 years of nursing experience including positions such as: PACU Nurse, Pre/Post-Op Nurse, OR/Circulating Nurse and Nurse Manager-Short Stay Surgery.

Stephanie presently resides in Saltillo, Mississippi and has two children, Alex (18) and Emma (11).
Please join me in congratulating Stephanie on her promotion to Validation Manager.

Christina Seminara, CTR

Quality Control Manager

Registry Partners Oncology

About Christina

Christina "Chris" Seminara started with Registry Partners as a part-time Project CTR in 2011 before transitioning to a full-time Project CTR in 2013. Because of her remarkable work as a Project CTR, consistently producing high quality abstracts, being incredibly reliable and showing great work ethic, Chris was promoted to her current role of Quality Control Manager in the fall of 2016.

Prior to joining Registry Partners, Chris worked for Elmhurst Hospital a CoC accredited cancer program in Elmhurst, IL, as a Cancer Registrar for seventeen years. Chris received her Associates in Science Degree from the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, IL, and earned her CTR certification in 2005. Chris is a member of the Cancer Registrars of Illinois (CRI), Chicago Area Cancer Registrars Association (CACRA) and the National Cancer Registrars Association (NCRA).

Chris resides in Romeoville, IL and has three children; Michael, Dominic and Nicole, and 2 four-legged children named Vinnie and Gino. In her spare time, Chris enjoys spending time with her two grandsons, Brandon (8), Jordan (1) and family. She loves being outdoors, taking hikes/walks, fishing and camping.

Taylor Stortz

Taylor Stortz, BS, BA, RHIA, CTR

Project & Quality Control Manager

Registry Partners Oncology

About Taylor

Taylor Stortz started working with the Oncology Division of Registry Partners as a part-time project CTR in May of 2013. A year later, in May of 2014, she accepted a full-time project CTR/QC Specialist position, where she worked on a complex CoC project. Due to her excellent abstracting skills, she quickly adapted to the QC process and the QC oversight of her assigned CTRs and was promoted to Quality Control Manager and Project Manager.

Prior to working with Registry Partners, Taylor spent 2 years as a Certified Tumor Registrar in an accredited cancer program environment and also worked as a Medical Records Inpatient Coder at Franciscan St. Francis Health in Indianapolis, IN. In her role as Certified Tumor Registrar she abstracted, served as the reporting and quality liaison for RQRS, participated in quality improvement studies and assisted with cancer conferences. As a coder, she achieved 100% on her quarterly coding audits and she personally conducted audits on 100% of Radiation Oncology charts. Taylor also served as the ICD-10-CM/PCS super user for her coding department and is fully trained in ICD-10.

Taylor earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in 2007 from St. Joseph’s College in Rensselaer, Indiana and her Bachelor of Science degree in Health Information Administration in 2011 at Indiana University School of Informatics in Indianapolis, IN. She is certified as an RHIA, CTR and Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt in addition to being a member of the National Cancer Registrars Association and Indiana Cancer Registrars Association.

She resides in Indianapolis, IN with her 25 lb. Shih Tzu named Peyton and her new Shih Tzu, Leia. She is a die-hard sports fan and enjoys attending Indianapolis Colts, Indiana Pacers and Indiana Hoosiers games with her fiancé Brett. She also enjoys reading, traveling, attending concerts, gardening, going to the gym and spending free time with her niece. She has a special love for marching band and has played the flute and piccolo for 20 years and the piano for 23 years. She has taught numerous high school marching bands.

Patricia Thompson

Project Manager

Registry Partners Oncology

About Patricia

Patricia Thompson MPH, RHIT, CTR, serves as Project Manager for the Registry Partners Oncology Division.

Prior to joining Registry Partners, Patricia worked as the Cancer Program and Cancer Registry Manager for Brooke Army Medical Center in Fort Sam in Houston, TX for 10 ½ years where she managed a team of eleven cancer registry staff members, volunteers and students. She was responsible for training and mentoring her team as well as assigning workload, monitoring productivity and conducting quality reviews. She worked with researchers develop or refine study ideas and study protocol approval through the Institutional Review Board at the hospital and Department of Defense levels. She also worked extensively with physicians and the administrative staff to provide oversight and management of all aspects of the CoC accredited cancer program. Additionally, Patricia was the US Army Medical Command’s Cancer Program Manager providing oversight, guidance and training for all cancer registry activities at Army medical facilities around the world.

Patricia attended Capella University in Minneapolis, MN where she obtained her Masters of Public Health Degree in 2013. She also attended Excelsior College in Albany, NY where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in 2009. She has been certified as a CTR and RHIT since 1997. She is presently a member of the Texas Tumor Registrars Association, the National Cancer Registrars Association, American Health Information Management Association, Texas Health Information Management Association and Alamo Area Health Information Management Association.

Patricia presently resides in San Antonio, TX with her husband, two dogs and two cats and is active in a local feral cat coalition. She has a son, a stepdaughter, a stepson and five grandchildren. In her spare time, Patricia enjoys helping her husband work on their ranch in Southwest Texas, reading Janet Evanovich novels and watching Dancing with the Stars and Queen of the South.

Cari Vida

Cari Vida, BS, RHIA, CTR

Quality Control Manager

Registry Partners Oncology

About Cari

Cari Vida, BS, RHIA, CTR serves as the Senior Vice President of the Oncology Services Division of Registry Partners. Cari provides direct supervision of the division Vice Presidents and the overall operations of the Oncology Division. As Senior Vice President, Cari evaluates operational efficiencies within the division and makes recommendations for changes and improvements, leads the Oncology Executive Management Team to complete defined corporate initiatives, defines and conducts division specific education and training, assists with sales and project support, and supports industry specific professional organizations through development of educational content/materials to national, regional and local associations. Cari presently resides in Bay City, Michigan with her husband Jeremy, daughter Kyla and son Colton.

Cari began working at Registry Partners in October of 2008 as Project Manager and Quality Control Coordinator and later assumed the role of QC Director where she oversaw the daily operations and management of the Registry Partners Incorporated `internal quality control program.

Cari attended Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan, graduating in 1995 with a Bachelors of Science Degree, majoring in Health Information Management. She has also earned two national certifications, Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) and Certified Tumor Registrar (CTR), which further reflects her expertise in the health information and oncology fields.

Cari worked at St. Mary’s of Michigan in Saginaw, for 10 years as a Cancer Registrar where she took part in three successful Commission on Cancer, Cancer Program Surveys earning commendations, before accepting her Quality Control/Project Manager position with Registry Partners.

Sue VonBosse, RN, BSN

Senior Project Manager

Registry Partners Quality

About Sue

Sue VonBosse is a Senior Project Manager with the Registry Partners, Quality Services Division.

Sue began working for Registry Partners as a part-time core measures abstractor in January of 2014 and was promoted to Validation Specialist in June, 2016 and promoted again in November, 2016 to Validation Manager. Sue has done an exceptional job as both an abstractor and Validation Manager and is well suited for her new role as Senior Project Manager. She will be involved with Core Measures projects initially and other Clinical Registry projects as needed moving forward.

Prior to joining Registry Partners, Sue worked as Manager of the Hospital Quality Program for Parkland Medical Center in Derry, New Hampshire. She has also served in capacities such as: Healthcare Quality & Patient Safety Specialist/Patient Advocate for Carney Hospital in Dorchester, MA; Administrative Clinical Advisor/Operating Room for BIDMC in Boston, MA; Registered Nurse Auditor/Program Manager for Nurse Audit, Inc. in Portsmouth, NH; Operating Room Manager & Surgical Services Staff Nurse for Anna Jaques Hospital in Newbury Port, MA; and Surgical Services Nurse for North Shore Medical Center in Salem, MA.

Sue completed her BSN degree at Austin Peay State University where she graduated Summa Cum Laude and she is licensed as an RN in the State of Oregon.

Sue lives in Lake Oswego, Oregon, with her husband of 33 years, Eric, and 2 Australian Shepherds. She has a son, daughter in-law and two grandchildren who live in North Carolina.
She enjoys showing her dogs in agility trials and rally/obedience. She enjoys hiking, paddle boarding, weekend camping trips, and taking jeep excursions to remote areas in search for hidden lakes.

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