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Registry Partners “Commit to be Fit” Program – Quarterly Update

In January,  Registry Partners launched its first ever “Commit to be Fit” program. The purpose of the program was to encourage more physical activity since our careers require so many hours sitting at the computer. Commit to be Fit offers movement challenges and a weight loss challenge that team members can participate in. The movement challenges award prizes for participation each month and the weight loss…

Posted on Apr. 5, 2019 in News & Events

Consultant Spotlight: Heather Donohue, CTR, CCA – Quality Manager

Heather serves as a data abstraction subject matter expert, ensuring data accuracy through quality control oversight, while keeping abreast of industry specific data collection rules and specification changes and providing ongoing education to her assigned data abstraction teams. Prior to joining Registry Partners, Heather worked in the cancer registry field as a CTR II, Oncology Analytics Tumor Registrar II and Central Cancer Registry – Cancer Specialist…

Posted on Apr. 5, 2019 in Consultant Spotlight

Come See Us at the Arkansas Cancer Registrars Association Annual Educational Conference

Come See Us at the Arkansas Cancer Registrars Association Annual Educational Conference When:   April 11 & 12, 2019 Where: St. Mary’s Regional Hospital 1808 W. Main Street Russellville, Arkansas 72801 Stop by and learn more about job opportunities at Registry Partners or the services we offer – and be sure to sign up for our Raffle Prize. We look forward to seeing you in Russellville!

Posted on Apr. 4, 2019 in News & Events

National Youth Violence Prevention Week

Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) and Sandy Hook Promise started National Youth Violence Prevention Week back in 2011 in an effort to raise awareness and promote education surrounding youth violence and preventing it before it happens. The theme for this year’s prevention week is “Be a Superhero: Activate your SuperPowers!” April 8-12, 2019. It is important to be aware of warning signs so action can be…

Posted on Apr. 3, 2019 in From Our Perspective