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The Garden of Edits

A slide presentation about the evolution of computerized edits and their application in cancer registry data quality.
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Alan Houser Appointed Project Director at C/NET Solutions

After 30 years with C/NET Solutions, Barry Gordon, founder and Project Director, retired on June 30, 2012. The last 30 years have been a wonderful success and all of us at C/NET Solutions wish Barry well as he spends more time with family and grandchildren and pursues his passion for photography. Alan Houser, our former manager for Special Projects, was selected to succeed Barry as Project...
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Site-Specific Data Collection in the West Indies

The UWI Colorectal Cancer and Intracranial Tumour Research Projects The Faculty of Medical Sciences of the University of the West Indies in Mona, Jamaica, was established in 1948 and is currently comprised of 10 medical departments, one of which is the Department of Surgery, Radiology, Anesthesia and Intensive Care. C/NET Solutions began a relationship with the University of West Indies in 2010...
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Nassau University Medical Center’s Call for Data Experience

Peggy McNamee’s Story The reference date for Nassau University Medical Center’s (NUMC) cancer registry is 1989, but they have a cancer registry history that dates back much farther than that. “I still have hand-written ledgers of cancer records dating back to the 1950’s stored in the closet here”, says Peggy McNamee, CTR. NUMC was also one of the first hospitals in New York state to...
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South Georgia Makes the Switch

Laquita Johnson’s Story Laquita Johnson had been working in cancer data management at the same hospital for almost 12 years. She knew the codes, she knew her hospital, her doctors, her software. She was prepared. But in November 2002, something happened that she hadn’t prepared for. As has happened to so many other registrars, the software she was familiar with was phased out and she...
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