Marathon Man or Super Surveyor? -A One on One with Thomas L. Eisenhauer, MD, FACS

When Tom Eisenhauer was born, they simply “broke the mold,” there will never be another human being like him.  He is a mixture of intelligence, charisma, passion, reason, ingenuity and dedication in the war on cancer.  Whether he is in the operating room as a general surgeon, surveying a program for the Commission on Cancer (CoC), running a marathon for the American Cancer Society or presenting…

Posted on Jun. 4, 2015 in From Our Perspective

News from NCRA: Clinical Perspective- Data Enhancement

NCRA 2015 was filled with many afternoon plenary sessions to choose from including mentoring, recruiting, AJCC, COC survey and how to use social media professionally to name a few.  As we begin to wrap up the 2014 data year and begin 2015 cases, one presentation on “Data Enhancement” brought helpful reminders to registrars. The presenter discussed most coding errors could be attributed back to four specific…

Posted on Jun. 2, 2015 in From Our Perspective

RPI at NCRA

The RPI Booth set up and ready for visitors! RPI Consultants Beth Verrette, Erica Sabatini and Stacy Torrez preparing for a session! RPI Fearless Recruiter- Stacey Wertz Cari Vida, Stacey Wertz and LaKersha Jones from RPI man the booth Cari Vida presenting Ingrid Hawley with her IPad Mini and $50 I Tunes gift card from the exhibit booth raffle drawing. Congrats Ingrid! Part of the 2015 NCRA…

Posted on Jun. 2, 2015 in From Our Perspective

The Power of the Pause-Click

The average office worker in the United States clicks a mouse roughly 5,000 times per day, according to various non-scientific sources. This wouldn’t be something a healthcare worker would normally associate with computer security or care in dealing with Protected Health Information (PHI). Mouse clicks are routine ways of opening emails, navigating web pages, allowing program updates, and accessing the vast majority of interfaces on a…

Posted on May. 29, 2015 in Corporate Security