From Our Perspective: Musings from a Registry Partners Consultant

Welcome to a glimpse into our Consultants’ lives. As we thought about the inaugural article for our blog, we tried to find that one strength that makes Registry Partners Incorporated special, and it didn’t take long for us to find the answer. Registry Partners has an amazing staff of CTRs who have incredible insight into the world of cancer registries and cancer programs. Like all CTRs,…

Posted on Nov. 4, 2014 in From Our Perspective

Ask the recruiter Q&A: RPI Skills Assessment

Sometimes we don’t know what questions to ask when applying for a new job especially if it is a remote position when we are used to working in an office or a hospital. Stacey, the talented Registry Partners Incorporated Corporate recruiter, would like to take a few moments to share some questions she often receives from her recruits.   Q: What is the RPI Skills assessment…

Posted on Nov. 3, 2014 in Recruitment

Consultant Spotlight: Nicole Housinger, CTR

Nicole Housinger

Nicole Housinger, CTR began serving as a Project Director for the Oncology Services 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…

Posted on Oct. 29, 2014 in Spotlight

Creating the Annual Audit Report for the Breast Leadership Committee (NAPBC)

Standard 1.1 for the NAPBC Accreditation requires the Breast Program Leadership (BPL) Committee to review and analyze data for the breast conservation rate, sentinel lymph node biopsy rate, needle biopsy rate and breast cancer staging. What our Consultants find is that the fact that the NAPBC surveyors review class of case 10-14 cases only is confusing to almost everyone.   That does not indicate the Breast Program…

Posted on Oct. 27, 2014 in From Our Perspective