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Do You Know the VALUE of Your Cancer Registry?

Wed, Jan 17, 2018  -  Comments (1)  -   Posted by Toni Hare

My marketing team is sick of hearing from me this month, I am sure of it. I’ve been stopping in, emailing and calling them non-stop as I put the finishing touches on my presentation for the 2018 ACE Annual Meeting in Portland, Oregon:

Oncology 101: Understanding the Value of YOUR Cancer Registry

With Marketing’s support (shout out to Julie Cox, in particular) I’ve put together a presentation I hope will help ACE attendees understand the role and responsibilities of their cancer registrars and the impact they can have on their cancer programs. I’ll be presenting on Sunday, January 28 at a pre-conference workshop, and I hope to see many of you there!

Workshop Objectives

There are three key objectives to my ACE workshop on understanding the value of your cancer registry:

1. Cancer Registrars
Understand the role and responsibilities of your cancer registrars and the impact they can have on your cancer program. 

2. Registry Operations
Recognize operational functions of your cancer registry, including casefinding, abstracting, follow-up and more. 

3. Cancer Registry Data
Understand the importance and value of your cancer registry data to support your cancer program’s care initiatives.

For 20 years ACE has been putting together excellent and informative annual meetings for the cancer industry. I feel honored to be one of their 2018 presenters, and in addition, will be attending and exhibiting with my colleagues on behalf of CHAMPS Oncology, an ACE Gold Sponsor.

Many of us will be tweeting during our time in Portland! So don’t forget to join us on social media using the hashtag #ACEPortland2018.

Will I see you at ACE? Leave a comment below to let me know if you’ll be there too!

Posted in Cancer Registry


Henry said:

1/27/2018 2:38 AM

Nice work Toni Hare.

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