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NCRW: Some Words From Our Director, Richard Thompson.

NCRA established National Cancer Registrars Week to recognize the work CTRs perform for the cancer medical field and society in general. This year’s theme, Hidden Jewels of Cancer Care, truly characterizes the important and sometimes under-appreciated work each CTR performs. Along with the staff and management at C/NET Solutions, I want to express my appreciation to all CTRs for their...
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2018 Data Changes…Ready, Set, Wait!

C/NET Solutions is modifying our CNExT Call for Data release to include alternative screens that will be appropriate for coding cancer cases diagnosed in 2018. It will include the 2018 fields, draft codes and labels for the fields and draft Smart Help for most fields. Also, as soon as the NCDB finalizes the RQRS format for 2018 case submissions we will provide that format.  Edits are not...
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National Cancer Registrars Week, April 10 – 14, 2017

The staff and management at C/NET Solutions want to express our appreciation to all Certified Tumor Registrars for their dedication and diligence in collecting and coding essential information in the fight against cancer and the effort to improve treatment and patient outcomes.  While the National Cancer Registrars Week is officially April 10 through April 14, we recognize that you...
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C/NET Solutions at NCRA 43rd Annual Conference in Washington, DC

C/NET Solutions will be hosting an exhibitor booth at the NCRA 43rd Annual Conference, April 6-8, 2017.  Stop by booth number 4 to sign up for a demo of our great cancer registry software products. We’ll also be hosting a hospitality suite where customers can come by and talk to our friendly staff in a quiet environment and ask questions about CNExT software and future new...
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Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Check out the winning entries for the 2016 Pink Glove Dance video competition.  The first Pink Glove Dance debuted in 2009 when 200 people at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center in Portland, OR, donned pink gloves and danced to the tune “Down” by Jay Sean.  The video competition is now 6 years old and continues to bring about breast cancer awareness.
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