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CTR Coding Break – Colon-Extent of Disease & Microsatellite Instability SSDI

The Registry Partners November 2020 CTR Coding Break reviews discusses extent of disease fields pertaining to colon, rectum, and rectosigmoid junction, as well as the site-specific data item, titled microsatellite instability (MSI). EOD Primary Tumor is used to code contiguous growth of the primary tumor, EOD Regional Nodes is used to code the regional lymph nodes involved, and EOD Mets is used to code the distant…

Posted on Nov. 23, 2020 in CTR Coding Break

Tips for Staying Safe During the Holiday’s

With both Thanksgiving and Christmas quickly approaching, this holiday season will be one that is probably pretty different from your traditional get-togethers. Cases from the pandemic are continuing to rise across the country and you may be rethinking your holiday plans. Below are some tips and ideas for things to keep in mind during this time.  Tips:  Travel: Airports, rest stops, gas stations, and others are…

Posted on Nov. 20, 2020 in From Our Perspective

Different Types of Interview Questions

Interviewing is no easy task. Asking the right type of interview questions can help you sort out the star candidates from the low performers. There are several different types of interview questions. Each type of question can help you get an in-depth understanding of your candidate. Below list several different types of interview questions. Skills-based interview questions: Questions that are directly related to experience with tools,…

Posted on Nov. 18, 2020 in Recruitment

Milestone Monday – Jennifer Huffman – 5 Year Anniversary

Jennifer Huffman, Accreditation Consultant for Registry Partners, celebrated her 5-Year Anniversary on October 28, 2020. When asked what it means to have reached this special milestone, Jennifer stated “Reaching a 5 year milestone with Registry Partners means a lot to me. It makes me proud to be part of such a wonderful company”. Jennifer believes her longevity with Registry Partners can be attributed to “working with…

Posted on Nov. 16, 2020 in News & Events