Navigating the New NAPBC Standards: Enhancing Breast Cancer Care in 2024

As healthcare professionals committed to providing the best care for breast cancer patients, it’s crucial to stay informed about the latest guidelines and standards. Let’s explore the key changes and enhancements set forth by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC) in 2024, aimed at improving breast cancer care across the board. The NAPBC continuously evolves its standards to reflect advancements in research, technology, and…

Posted on Jun. 3, 2024 in From Our Perspective

Stroke Awareness Month: Supporting Stroke Registries and Promoting Health

May is Stroke Awareness Month, a time dedicated to spreading awareness about stroke prevention, treatment, and recovery. At Registry Partners, we are committed to supporting healthcare facilities nationwide in their efforts to improve patient outcomes and enhance the quality of stroke care through comprehensive data management and registry services. Stroke Registry Stroke registries play a critical role in understanding and managing acute stroke incidence and care…

Posted on May. 20, 2024 in From Our Perspective

A Mother-Daughter Journey in Cancer Registry

Who really knew what their parents did at their job growing up? All I knew was that my mom pushed a pedal on the floor, listened to a doctor talk and typed what they said. I have memories of hearing typing and hearing the very fast clickety clack of her keyboard. She was a Medical Transcriptionist and worked from home before it was the norm. In…

Posted on May. 13, 2024 in From Our Perspective

Embryonic Development of the Testes & Lymphatic Drainage

Testicular cancer is the leading cancer in men ages 15-44, but can affect a man at any time in his life. Risk factors for developing testicular cancer are family history of testicular cancer, abnormal development of the testicles, and being of caucasian race. This month’s blog will be dedicated to the anatomy of the testicles, with a special focus on the draining lymph nodes, in honor…

Posted on Apr. 8, 2024 in From Our Perspective