New Years Eve is an opportunity to reflect on the past year and apply all that has occurred for the new year. Our consultants enjoy sharing our favorite movies, books, new opportunities, recipes, accomplishments, and embarrassing moments amongst family and friends. Our answers bring laughter and learning and even soul-searching but it’s always a great opportunity to appreciate the year and all it had to offer….
Often a facility requests consultative services in anticipation of a CoC survey, a significant backlog in abstraction has been identified or the oncology team has participated in a disastrous CoC survey! A Registry Partners Incorporated Consultant is of value in any of these circumstances. It honestly does not take long to determine the root causes and develop an action plan for implementation. A brief Cancer Registry 101 or…
Our CTR teams took a few minutes to create a Cancer Data Management Wish list with the hopes Santa might be listening!
- Higher speed internet
- Package of Paper Mate Pencils
- Uninterrupted internet access
- Dual monitors […]
Dr. Takanishi Program Review Subcommittee Vice-Chair reported at the November 2014 Annual Surveyors and Consultants training the most common deficiencies in 2013 were related to NCDB submission and quality, abstracting timeliness, cancer liaison physician responsibilities, quality studies, and quality improvements. Keep in mind, the standards have been revised and abstracting timeliness is no longer included in the review. The Commission on Cancer released two communication this…